May 27, 1984
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Salomon Passariello Solorzano was born on May 27 from an artist family in Queens, New York. He was the son of star dancer Macarena Solorzano. Salomon's mother was a close friend of director/writer/producer Fina Torres.
His step-mother, Dominique Passariello Cuisine, and his uncle, Vicente Passariello, invited Salomon to be present on TV sets. Salomon spent countless weekends next to his grandmother actress Gladys Cáceres.
Salomon relocated himself to Venezuela in the early 1990s. He lived in Caracas near La Carlota military airport, where he witnessed Chavez first MBR-200 coup on February 4, 1992. Several army units under Chavez's command barreled into urban Caracas assaulting and overwhelming key military and communications installations. On 27 November 1992, a second coup attempt was launched in Caracas, led by officers from the air force and navy. Salomon's apartment was damaged by both of the airstrikes.
On December 1992, Salomon moved to France and returned to Venezuela in 1993. At some point, he met Venezuelan actor Wilmer Valderrama in 1994, with whom he would cross paths again later. Salomon returned to Caracas in 1994 until Chavez went on to win the 1998 presidential election on December 6, 1998. Salomon would live in France from 1998 to 2002, and Greece from 2002 to 2004. He would finally go back to Miami, Florida on Halloween 2004.
Upon enrolling in Los Angeles Pierce College, Salomon Passariello decided to focus on acting. He would become an aspiring actor with the versatility to perform in different languages, such as English, French and Spanish. Salomon's earlier film roles include stunts in films such as Inception. He appeared as a Queen Anne's Pirate in 2011's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, directed by Rob Marshall. It was in this production that he became very close friends with Lejon Stewart, who appeared in 2006's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, directed by Gore Verbinski.
His other roles include appearing as in The Muppets, Ben Affleck's Argo, as well as Iyad Hajjaj's The Rifleman. Salomon will next appear in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, as a prisoner who breaks out of prison. Plus a role in The Amazing Spiderman.