Victor Rasuk Quotes
"I potentially would love to direct later in my career and the show has an open environment to our creative ideas."
"As a New Yorker, I think it’s cool because who doesn’t want to associate with anything cool."
"I'm a big hip-hop fan. Right now I haven't been listening to anything except old hip hop - Tribe Called Quest, Biggie stuff."
"That whole phase with Raising Victor Vargas, I felt like I was on a cloud."
"I love Dustin Hoffman. I love Mean Streets, and I think my character on How to Make It In America is a little like Johnny Boy."
"What caught my attention was how New York characters were shot and portrayed in the 1970’s. That was what really got me."
"My mother’s the closest person to me, so I decided to really take acting seriously."
"My mom is a retired seamstress and she spent a lot of time at home."
"I was actually slowly getting away from acting. When we won those awards, I was really trying to find myself."
"I only knew Sundance and Cannes were an amazing thing based on his reactions to them."
"When I got older I got kicked out of a few high schools because I thought I was tough."
"I went to P.S. 34 then and it was considered the best public school, but now it’s the worst."
"I was born in Harlem and spent three years in Washington Heights. I mostly grew up in the Lower East Side."
"I decided to take acting serious and the first step was to go to a high school that specialized in that.”
“But when I was 16, I finally ended up at Professional Performing Arts High School and that kind of saved my life."
“When we went to Sundance and Cannes, I didn’t even know what the fuck Sundance and Cannes was."
"I don’t want to get into detail…but I saw that, I was starting to fuck up and let my Mom down.”
"I was doing shit with gangs and stuff in New York."
"I was also in a skate movie playing this Mexican dude who happened to revolutionize skating."
"I don’t consider myself a Latin actor, just like no other actor would consider himself a Black actor."