We know and love him most as George “Pornstache” Mendez in acclaimed Netflix Series Orange is the new Black, but would you recognize the handsome star of the screen and stage if he walked by you? We almost didn’t!
Vancouver-born Pablo Schreiber makes it back to his land of birth, in Toronto today promoting Michael Bay‘s latest effort 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. The Drama based on true events is set one year after 9/11, centering on six soldiers who attempt to make sense of the chaos which ensues after a U.S. Ambassador is assasinated in Libya. James Badge Dale and John Krasinski also are among the talented Cast.
Schreiber was caught in traffic earlier making it just in-time to his KISS 92.5 appearance on The Roz & Mocha Show, surprised he had a dozen fans in-waiting. In a rush, he apologized to fans as he made his way to his next appearance at CBC on Q. The Actor, who once had basketball aspirations before changing his major thankfully to Theatre in college, promised fans he’s stop for photos later in the day and he did exactly as promised.
He also surprised fans appearing unannounced at a Toronto screening of the Film last night too, introducing it to fans!
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Although the Los Angeles resident was taken aback by the cold weather and snowy conditions here in Toronto yesterday, the half-brother to Ray Donovan‘s Liev was determined not to let this get in the way of an amazing Press Day!
See the Trailer for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi: