Giancarlo Esposito who is best known for his acting role as Gus Fring in the AMC series “Breaking Bad” reveals that he is working on some struggles on his humanity as he engages in many healing methods. You can understand how Esposito sees acting as one way of pulling together may threads of humanity together, beginning with his own humanity. Even if he is very busy with all the work, he still finds time to relax and internalize.
Giancarlo Esposito is the Copenhagen-born son of an Italian father and African-American mother. His character in Breaking Bad, being the meth kingpin Gustavo Fring, is a Chilean by way of Mexico, hiding in plain sight as the owner of a Southwestern fast-food chain.
When he was asked on how he is doing and what makes him divert his attention from the busy work these days, he instantly answered, “I’m working on a deeper spiritual level to sort of heal parts of my personality. For me, what I try to heal is the major thing that I think all of us go through, where we came from. From our family of origin. I came from a divorced mother and father, obviously mixed race… all the stuff that my mother put on me about what it was going to be like to be black in America, and my father who was very, very specifically Italian. So for me, I heal what they couldn’t heal in their relationship, which was how to understand each other.”
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