Pablo Montero: "When you fall, the most important thing is to get back up"
The actor spoke about his rehab and how Fuego en la sangre co-stars, Eduardo Yáñez and Jorge Salinas, have showed their support
It looks like Pablo Montero has learned from his mistakes, after spending time in jail last month for not giving up drugs. However, he's received a lot of support, not only from friends and family, but also from his co-stars in Fuego en la sangre (Univisión).
“I've gotten a lot of support from my family, friends, and my co-workers. Jorge [Salinas], Eduardo [Yáñez], and producer [Salvador Mejía] and the studio [Televisa] have been a great help,” said the actor, 38, to El Universal. “I've had some very serious and deep conversations with Eduardo. That's where you realized who your real friends are.”
“Every goal in life is difficult to meet. The most important thing is to meet them and finish on top. And when you fall, the most important thing to do is get back up.”