Sunday, May 28, 2023

Pedro Pascal’s Career Had A Bad Time But Sarah Paulson Helped Him Out

There is no one in the world now who does not know Pedro Pascal, we saw him in big successes like ‘The Last of Us’, ‘Game of Thrones’ or ‘The Mandalorian’ but his professional life was not always like that. The Chilean actor had a rough time in his career, but he was accompanied by a very good friend, Sarah Paulson.

Pedro Pascal and Sarah Paulson have good friendships even in Hollywood

Sarah Paulson helped Pedro Pascal when he was going through one of the worst moments of his career. The two met in 1993 at the Tisch School of the Arts in New York. During this decade he began appearing in audiovisual projects with very small roles in the case of Paulson in ‘Law & Order’ and Pascal in ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’.

The ‘American Horror Story’ and ‘Ratched’ star actress recalled how when she started her journey as actors, she had to help her friend by giving money from her allowances so that he could make ends meet.

The actor spoke publicly about this on more than one occasion, where he highlighted the time when Sara gave him an allowance from one of his jobs so that he would have enough money to eat. Pascal also commented on how he lived that time of his life, in which he was very grateful to have the support of the Paulsons, whom he considers “his New York family”:

Pascal said “I died twice. At that time I thought that if I turned 29 it didn’t make a big impact, then it was over. So I was constantly trying to dedicate my life to this profession and leave it.” was adjusting to the idea of ​​giving in as I had imagined it was as a child. He had many reasons for abandoning that illusion.

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