The actor Danny Trejo filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, this decision would be because it is reorganizing its assets to be able to deal with a debt of about two million dollars in taxes.
The Californian confirmed that he has a debt with the tax authorities, because he made erroneous reductions in his taxes for several years and that currently he can only file for bankruptcy.
Also, he said in his statements to TMZ that this decision does not affect any of your businessas is its record label, its cafeterias/donut shops and its famous ‘Trejo’s Tacos’.
The outlet explained that these companies are owned by corporations and LLCs that founded them to manage them and therefore Trejo’s personal finances do not impact them. On the contrary, these businesses are very well established in the market.
Danny Trejo He has been shot, stabbed, crushed, eaten, and tortured…numerous times.
With air, Zombie Hunter and “The Three-Headed Shark” are just three of the movies in which he ended up dead.
If you are a fan of Breaking Bad, he’s the guy whose head ends up on top of a turtle.
According to a study, this 76-year-old man has died on screen more times than any other actor.
“That shows that I have been working,” he jokes.
And even if you didn’t know his name before reading this, there’s no doubt you’ll be familiar with his face from the hundreds of movies and TV shows he’s appeared in.
In the movies, he usually shows off his long hair tied up, shows the tattoo on his chest, and more than likely carries a gun with him.
“When I was starting to get famous, a good friend of mine told me, ‘Everybody can think you’re a movie star, but you can’t.’ I don’t want to be a movie star. I want to be a good actor,” he points out.
He jokes that when he started acting he was always cast as “inmate number one” because of his physical appearance and attitude.
But many don’t know that before his film career will starthe was a high profile prisoner
It’s the backstory that many of his fans will now discover in his new documentary. Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo (“Inmate Number 1: The Rise of Danny Trejo”).
“It’s a miracle, because I wasn’t supposed to have lived past the 1960s.he tells the BBC’s Newsbeat radio show.
Source: La Opinion