Pedro Pascal On “Hot Ones”: Actor Discusses “The Last Of Us” And “Game Of Thrones” Roles
Claded in a hot red casual suit, Pedro Pascal feasted on a bunch of spicy chicken wings as he answered questions about the process of making TV shows like The Last of Us, Game of Thrones, and The Mandalorian. The Chile-born actor awed fans on Hot Ones, expressing composure as though he wasn’t devouring fiery food. Sean Evans, the show’s host firstly began by welcoming the 47-year-old actor on the show. His guest replied, “Thank you for having me. I’m so glad for the opportunity to finally be taken seriously for once.”
As he spoke about some of his most recent acting projects, Pascal described his creative sci-fi partner, Grogu, aka Baby Yoda in Disney’s original Star Wars series as a very cooperative and fulfilling partner. He went on to admit that it was pretty crazy having to say goodbye to his friend in season two. Elsewhere in the interview, we heard about the beloved actor’s childhood and his love for the theater.
Pedro Pascal’s Childhood and the Theater
Brushing through his family’s relocation to California at a young age, the actor talked about his time at the South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, There, his mother enrolled him in the community theater. Clearly, this push from his family matriarch lead Pascal down the right path, as he’s now one of Hollywood’s most beloved heroes.
Talking a bit about his knowledge of the making of heavily costumed movie scenes, Pascal mentioned the disdain he feels while watching a movie where he can pinpoint some excesses. He additionally described the infamous bloody scenes from Game of Thrones in which his eyes were brutally gouged out. Elsewhere, he shared that the final laps of Equalizer were the most relaxing, and he was able to catch up on some quality sleep.
On social media so far, fans of the foreign star are commending his composure while chowing down on hot wings with Sean Evans. Which of Pedro Pascal’s previous roles has been your favourite? Let us know in the comments below, and make sure to check in with HNHH later for more pop culture news updates.