An actor who appeared in small roles on Better Call Saul and Longmire has confessed to positioning himself as a wounded veteran in a psychotic after severing his own arm Episode. "
Todd Latourette from Albuquerque, New Mexico recently made an astonishing reception in an interview with local news broadcaster KOB-TV. Latourette, who claims to have a bipolar disorder, told the outlet that the injury occurred 17 years ago when he was out of medication.
etched the wound. "My mental state was a psychotic episode."
Latourette landed on the small screen and in the movie "George Clooney 2009" The Men Staring at Goats . Most recently, he was seen in Season 4 of Better Call Saul .
"The film industry has a different perspective … I was different and they liked it," remembers Latourette. "They trusted me that I was exactly what I said it was me. I was a war veteran. I was hired because I lied.
Now that Latourette has taken his medication again, he has decided to cleanse his past, even though he knows it will hurt him professionally.
"I was dishonest, so I kill my career if any of them The opinion is that this was for personal edification, this is not the case, "he said." I make a living from the film industry in New Mexico, and I like to say only what I said. "
He hopes that his story encourages people who have mental health issues to be treated.
"It's up to you to take your medication in the morning or at night," he said, "so that this discourse of my life is not necessarily yours Because it's quick … it happens quickly. "