Pedro Pascal Reveals Meaning Behind His Famous Red-Carpet Pose

The pose involves Pascal standing with his arms outstretched and his head tilted back, as if he is basking in the glory of the moment.

Pedro Pascal, the Chilean-American actor known for his roles in "Game of Thrones," "Narcos," and "The Mandalorian," has become known for a particular pose on the red carpet.

He explained that the pose is a tribute to his late father, who was a Chilean socialist revolutionary and supporter of President Salvador Allende.

Pascal's father was imprisoned and tortured by the Pinochet regime, and he ultimately died in exile in Denmark.

He added that he sees the red carpet as a platform to bring attention to causes and issues that are important to him, just as his father did.

Pascal has spoken in previous interviews about how his father's experiences and beliefs shaped his worldview and his desire to pursue acting as a way to tell stories and inspire change.

Pascal said that the pose is a way for him to honor his father's memory and the sacrifices he made for his political beliefs.

Pascal's red-carpet pose has become a symbol of his commitment to using his fame and success to make a positive impact in the world.

It is a reminder that even in the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, there are real issues and real people behind the performances and the awards.

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