Lifestyle, celebs, fashion

Patty Hearst

Patty Hearst is the granddaughter of a tycoon who was kidnapped by left-wing radicals and joined them in the 70s. Hearst has committed more than a dozen crimes and was sentenced to prison for participating in a bank robbery. Two years later, she was released on parole.

In 1988, Paul Schrader made a film based on her bestselling autobiography, and in 1990 she played her first film role – the mother of seductive Wanda in the famous Cry-Baby with Johnny Depp. Since then, she has starred in supporting roles in several films and TV series.

Danny Trejo

Today Trejo is a well-known face of cinema and a kind of “B-class legend”. He starred in Heat with Al Pacino, was the hero of Machete in two films by Robert Rodriguez, and his filmography includes more than 360 films.

Trejo convincingly plays the role of a criminal, because he can rely on his considerable experience. During the 1960s and 1970s, he was a frequenter in California, where he served sentences for drug trafficking and assaults.

Trejo spent 11 years in prison, and he was saved by the 12-step program, thanks to which today one of the biggest action stars broke with addiction and a life of crime.

Tim Allen

In the 1990s, Allen was a popular comedian, starring in three parts of The Santa Claus, Galaxy Quest, was the star of the TV series Home Improvement. However, in his youth, he was involved in drug trafficking, was arrested, served time, and, after being released from prison, became the king of comedy.

Snoop Dogg

As a teenager, Snoop Dogg was serving a sentence for drug trafficking and robbery. He began his music career in 1992 and has since sold 35 million albums worldwide.

Real Story - Omar Sy