Pedro Pascal Tells Steven Yeun His Own Road Rage Story For “Actors On Actors”

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Actors Pedro Pascal and Steven Yeun sat down to discuss their acting careers for Variety’s popular “Actors on Actors” series. Pascal and Yeun famously starred in some of the biggest television shows of the year, HBO’s “The Last Of Us”, Disney’s “The Mandalorian”, and Netflix’s “Beef,” respectively. The shows encompass a variety of genres, and both actors have received praise for their ability to deliver moving performances.

Yeun’s show, “Beef”, follows his character, the working class Danny Cho, engaging in a long standing battle with a wealthy artist named Amy Lau (played by Ali Wong) after the pair have a road rage incident at a pivotal point in their respective lives. In the spirit of discussing “Beef”. Yeun asked Pascal if he had ever found himself in a moment of road rage, and the actor had a story to share.

Fans of the actor were surprised to see that he was involved in such an incident, given his repertoire of allyship and good deeds. Fear not, when the clip aired the incident appeared to come from another driver in Los Angeles.

The actor alleged that the other driver continuously honked their horn at him, and then threw a massive spitball at the passenger side of the car, where his younger sister Lux Pascal was sitting. The actor was shocked at the audacity of the road rager, and did not engage with them any further.

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Fans on social media anxiously await the internet’s investigation into the identity of the mystery spitter.


In the meantime, viewers focused in on the other heartfelt moments of the interview. Pascal offered high praise for his on-screen surrogate daughter Ellie from “The Last of Us,” who is played by fellow “Game of Thrones” alum Bella Ramsey.

Luckily, this is not the last viewers will see of Pascal onscreen. The actor was most recently announced to join the “Gladiator” sequel alongside fellow rising talent Paul Mescal. Additionally, he starred in the LGBTQ+ centered Western “Strange Way Of Life” alongside Ethan Hawke. The film premiered to largely positive reviews at Cannes, and is pending international release.

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