Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy (2018 Video)
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Trejo will give a a firsthand account of everything he faced in his past, to getting a second chance and changing his life, to becoming a movie star and giving back to the community.
“Today, Danny Trejo is temperate, benevolent and likely one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. But he wasn’t always this way”, said producer Adam Scorgie in a statement. “Growing up in the mean streets of Pacoima, California, he was raised and mentored by his uncle, a drug addict and armed robber. By the age of 12, he had tried heroin. By age 15, he was
From an early life of drugs, armed robbery and hard prison time, to the red carpets of Hollywood blockbusters all the way to helping troubled addicts; Trejo gives a firsthand account of one of the greatest transformations of human character ever put to film. Adam Scorgie, whose credits include recent success Ice Guardians and upcoming Chasing Evel: The Robbie Knievel Story, shed some light on the actor's amazing story in a statement.
Not to be confused with Roger Corman’s own remake of Death Race, entitled Death Race 2050 (which actually comes from the same production company, Universal 1440 Entertainment), Death Race: Anarchy sees the return of Danny Trejo as Goldberg and Frederick Koehler as Lists – both of whom appeared in Death Race 2 and Death Race: Inferno.
Joining the Death Race family are Black Sails’ Zach McGowan, Christine Marzano, Danny Glover, Lorina Kamburova and a number of homegrown talent from here in the UK: Cassie Clare, Nicholas Aaron, Lucy Aarden, Julian Seager, Lee Shone, Kellie Blaise and Cameron Jack as The Warden…
Trejo, whose myriad of TV and motion picture work includes Desperado, Machete, Sin City, Predators and Sons of Anarchy, executive produces alongside proficient producing team Adam Scorgie, Rocky Mudaliar, Iliana Nikolic and Craig Balkam.
From an early life of drugs, armed robbery and hard prison time, to the red carpets of Hollywood blockbusters all the way to helping troubled addicts; Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo gives a firsthand account of one of the greatest transformations of human character ever put to film.
Upon his release from prison in 1969, Danny’s life took a turn for the better.
Now his life story will be seen in a documentary Inmate #1: The Rise Of Danny Trejo.
Award-winning filmmaker Bretty Harvey (Ice Guardians, The Culture High) has teamed up with the actor to tell his personal story.
The film is currently in production in California.
Fans know Trejo from his various roles that includes Desperado, Machete, Sin City, Predators and Sons Of Anarchy. And that’s the tip of the iceberg of hundreds of roles he had played in the past.
The untold story is Trejo’s life. He entered an early life of drugs by the age of 12, in which he tried heroin. By 15-years-old, he was in jail for the first time. At 23, he was sentenced at San Quentin for selling $30,000 bag of heroin to an undercover agent.
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