Adan Canto, the versatile Mexican actor celebrated for his roles in 'X-Men' and 'Designated Survivor,' passed away at 42. Let's reminisce about his remarkable journey through iconic roles.

Adan Canto's journey began at 16, leaving Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, to pursue his dream of being a singer-songwriter. This marked the start of an extraordinary career that transitioned him into acting.

From his TV debut in 2009 on "Estado de Gracia" to the international acclaim in Kevin Williamson’s "The Following," Adan's talent shone through, captivating audiences worldwide.

Explore Adan Canto's memorable roles, including Vice President-elect Aaron Shore in "Designated Survivor" and the mutant Sunspot in "X-Men: Days of Future Past."

Beyond acting, Adan contributed to Halle Berry’s directorial debut, "Bruised," and "Agent Game." His directorial talents were showcased in two short films.

At the time of his passing, Adan was playing Armand Morales in Fox’s "The Cleaning Lady," showcasing his dedication to his craft.

Colleagues, including Kiefer Sutherland, express heartfelt tributes, lamenting the loss of a wonderful spirit and a dedicated actor.

Warner Bros. Television and Fox Entertainment express deep sorrow at the loss, acknowledging Adan Canto's immeasurable impact on both Mexican and American entertainment.

As we bid farewell to Adan Canto, let us remember the joy, passion, and inspiration he brought to the world of entertainment. May he rest in peace.