Danny Trejo: Sober 46 Years and Giving Back - AARP
“I was fighting all my life,” says Danny Trejo. The actor tells AARP The Magazine about his wild youth and how he got his big break in Hollywood. The champion boxer has been sober for 46 years and finds great joy in helping others.
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