Julio Pena was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Pena landed roles in various films, including the biopic "Alexander the Great" (1956) with Richard Burton, the historical film "Solomon and Sheba" (1959) with Yul Brynner and the historical drama "The Revolt of the Slaves" (1961) with Rhonda Fleming. He also appeared in "The Happy Thieves" (1962) with Rex Harrison and "The Castilian" (1963) with Cesar Romero. He continued to act in productions like "Kid Rodelo" (1966), the Joseph Cotten western "The Hellbenders" (1966) and the Jim Brown western adventure "El Condor" (1970). Pena was most recently credited in "Zombies A Living History" (History, 2011-12). Pena passed away in July 1972 at the age of 60.