The Chilean Peter Pascal He surprised us tonight by showing his skills as a presenter on Saturday Night Live where he had a more than great intervention, because he not only talked about his origins, but also about his family in Chile, and the courage of his parents to leave the Pinochet dictatorship behind so that he could have a better life in the United States..
The famous protagonist “The Mandalorian” from the Star Wars saga literally showed off in the presentation of the famous night show. Well, it began with a speech in English giving details of his origin.
“I came to the United States when I was little because I was born in Chile. And my 34 cousins are still there. And I know that my family in Chile is very proud of me because if they weren’t they wouldn’t give my phone number to every person they meet. Which means that every day from Santiago de Chile someone texts me to invite me to go to their wedding, sing “Happy Birthday” to them, or ask me if Baby Yoda is from real life. To which I answer, NO, NO, NO, and it’s not Baby Yoda, his name is Grogu ”.
In this editorial, Pascal, whom we have seen in productions such as Game of Thrones or Wonder Woman, also took the opportunity to recount how his arrival in the United States was. Well, without giving many details, he revealed that his parents were very brave to escape the Pinochet dictatorship.
“It is wonderful to be here and as I already said, I was born in Chile, and 9 months later my parents left Pinochet behind, and brought me and my sister to the United States. They were very brave, and if they hadn’t done it I wouldn’t be here in this amazing country and I wouldn’t be here with you tonight.”
And the peak moment was when he sent it to all of Latin America, but especially to his family in Chile a short but heartfelt message and with a peculiar very Hispanic sense of humor.
“For all my family that sees me in Chile, I just want to say, I love you, I miss you and please stop giving out my personal information.”
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