Bryan Dattilo Interview At The Monte-Carlo Television Festival
MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - theirEarth spoke with actor Bryan Dattilo at the 2009 Monte-Carlo Television Festival earlier this month. Bryan is an American actor who is very well known for his role as Lucas Roberts on the daytime soap series "Days of our Lives". At the age of seven, Bryan, his mother and his sister moved from from West Palm Beach, Florida to Los Angeles where Bryan Dattilo grew up. In the Los Angeles area, he attended Beverly Hills High School in Beverly Hills.
With all the 'buzz' of Hollywood around them as they were growing up, the two Dattilo children were driven to succeed, and at the age of nine, he and his sister both started professional acting lessons. Bryan's sister, Kristin Dattilo, is a well known Hollywood actress, and there is a 1 year age difference between the two siblings. Bryan Datillo spoke to us about the hard work both he and his sister put into learning acting skills when they were young, and how his mother worked very hard to bring the two of them up in Los Angeles as a single parent.
In 1993, Bryan got his big break when he landed the role of Lucas on "Days of our Lives", and since then, he has been a key character on the series for an incredible span of 15 years. Bryan said in preparation for a future action motion picture, he is currently physical training his body on a tailored sports regime. When we spoke with Dattilo in Monte-Carlo, he was already in excellent shape, and he did an incredible flying leap over the sofa for his photo shoot to impress the international photographers.
To relax, Dattilo enjoys hanging out with his son, and both of them are big fans of basketball, so the two play 'one on one' against each other virtually everyday, as long as Bryan's schedule allows it. He also said he enjoys swimming and does lengths of the pool for fitness, and likes to watch college and professional baseball and basketball.
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