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The role of Griselda Blanco was fake.

Arts and EntertainmentThe role of Griselda Blanco was fake.

She knows where to draw the line, but she is committed to her craft. The actress talked about taking on the role in an interview on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday. She said the show's tone struck a cord with her. I know that business, my brother was a part of that business and he was killed in the '90s. "America's Got Talent" judge and drug smuggler Kathleen "Bono" Gallo was brought to life in a movie by "Griselda" director Andrés Baiz. "He taught me how to do cocaine, but I didn't know how to do it," she said. "He's done a lot of great things for you, but you shouldn't take him for granted," Jimmy said. It was amazing because I was 51 years old and I didn't know how to smoke. "No, no," she said after a second burst of laughter from the audience. The acting was fake, but it was not real cocaine.

During an interview on the Spanish talk show "El Hormiguero," she spoke up for herself. The actress said that it was important to distinguish her portrayal of Blanco from her public persona as well as her "Modern Family" character Gloria Delgado-Pritchett. "How do you say 'Modern Family'?" Motos asked in Spanish. "How many times have you been nominated for an award in the United States?" she asked. "How many times did you get nominated for an award?"

The actress asked the court to uphold the prenup.

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