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Actor Robert LaSardo, who has starred in such shows as Nip/Tuck, CSI Miami, General Hospital & tons more was a guest Totally Driven Radio, where a very in depth interview with Robert was conducted, and you truly get to know the man behind all those tattoos by discussing a ton of topics like……
**How he would escape in his younger days into a movie theater which made him feel safe, and at peace.
**How he got started in acting in school.
**How a teacher in high school suggested to him to try out for the High School of Performing Arts in NY.
**After going into the Navy for 4 years after High School, and still had the passion to want to be an actor.
**Getting his first tattoo at 17, whether or not he expected to be covered the way he is now.
**Getting tattooed is very spiritual for him, and is also a way of having a symbol of something that no one can take from him
**Related getting a tattoo to a spiritual experience
**If he feels he gets stereotyped into roles because of his tattoos
**How the difference in society now with Tattoos being more mainstream has actually taken a burden off of him, and feels almost normal now.
**What it was like to work with Steven Seagal in “Out for Justice”
**What it was like working on the movie “Death Race”
**His “Death Race” co-star Tyrese and the loss of his friend “Fast &Furious” star Paul Walker
**About his time he spent on “General Hospital”
**Working with Pam Anderson on “VIP” it was “Visibly Wonderful”, and being able to hang out with Tommy Lee
**If he was ever asked to be on the HBO Show “OZ” or as of late, “Sons of Anarchy”
**His thoughts about being in the “Human Centipede 3”
**How he got into a physical altercation one time at an audition, and still got the part
**We talked about him being a poet, and his poetry
**How his poetry, has helped him get through dark times, and very therapeutic for him.
Robert joins Totally Driven Radio at the 63 minute mark, and hangs out for over 60 minutes to discuss these topics and more.
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