One night back in 2005 Lillo Brancato Jr and a friend, both coming down from a recent crack binge, were desperately looking to score some heroin to take the edge of their withdrawals.
They couldn't find any, so instead made their way to the house of someone Lillo knew in the Bronx who would be in the possession of some prescription/opiate based tablets, which would give the same hit as snorting heroin. Brancato smashed a window to gain entry and was caught coming out of the premises by next door neighbour and off-duty police officer, Daniel Enchautegui.
Sonny initiates the boy into the ways of gangland life, in direct conflict with his straight-arrow bus driver father (Robert De Niro).
But when Calogero falls for his African-American classmate, Jane (Taral Hicks), the repercussions threaten the entire neighborhood.
And while Lilo didn't actually pull the trigger he went to a drug dealers house with the intent of robbing him with a friend who had a gun.Even with a half black/half white President, Hollywood is still Hollywood and some things just never change.It seems like the only way that a black actress can get cast in a major mainstream role is if their leading man is white. Take a look back at some notable black woman x white man collabos on the big screen... Thomas Howell & Rae Dawn Chong • Nevermind the black face or the affirmative action bashing'there's one thing that we couldn't understand about this horribly offensive '80s flick.Lillo Brancato was born on March 30, 1976 in Bogotá, Colombia as Lillo Brancato Jr.He is an actor, known for A Bronx Tale (1993), Crimson Tide (1995) and Enemy of the State (1998).