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Ignacio Serricchio is the latest in a series of heart-throbs to enter Genoa City. He recently made his debut on the #1-rated daytime drama, The Young and the Restless, where he plays a detective from New York City. Previously Serricchio starred in the role of Diego Alcazar on the ABC daytime drama, General Hospital. He is stars on the web series soap opera, The Bay and has held roles on Ghost Whisperer, House MD, and Lincoln Heights to name a few. He drops by to chat about his career success, his new role on Y&R, and upcoming plans.
Tonight we have a double show with two guests. First up is Ignacio Serrichhio, who is back on daytime on The Young and the Restless as Detective Alex Chavez. He has been on General Hospital and also the webseries, The Bay.
For the second half of the show, Hunter Tylo, who plays Dr. Taylor Hayes Forrester on The Bold and The Beautiful returns to our show to chat with fans, talk Taylor and daytime.
Don't miss this double header of daytime!
Ignacio Serricchio is the latest in a series of heart-throbs to enter Genoa City. He recently made his debut on the #1-rated daytime drama, The Young and the Restless, where he plays a detective from New York City. Previously Serricchio starred in the role of Diego Alcazar on the ABC daytime drama, General Hospital. He starred on the web series soap opera, The Bay and has held roles on CSI, Ghost Whisperer, House MD, and Lincoln Heights to name a few. He splits his time between acting and his band, Sudaca. He drops by on Tuesday, July 16, at 8pm EST.
Ignacio Serricchio is a graduate of Syracuse University's drama department.
n October 2004, Serricchio joined the cast of the daytime serial General Hospital as troubled youth Diego Alcazar. He left the soap in November 2006. He returned as Diego on February 22, 2008 until his character was killed off on March 5, 2008. In 2005, Serricchio portrayed a streetwise Mormon missionary in the critically acclaimed film States of Grace.
In 2007, he appeared in 6 episodes of Ghost Whisperer, where he played the character Gabriel Lawrence. He was appeared in this program from April 27, 2008 - May 9, 2009. In 2008, he played as Luis in the CW's Privileged on E4 his first episode was "all about love actually" which aired on December 1, 2008. The show stopped filming on February 24, 2009. In the series, he found a love interest with character Sage Baker, Luis is a chef that works for the Baker family. In December 2012, he joined the cast of The Young and the Restless as detective Alex Chavez.
♥Special Edition - Ignacio Serricchio began in daytime as Diego Alcazar on General Hospital, but has never forgotten his first gig. He's returned to daytime as sexy Detective Alex Chavez on The Young & the Restless and joins us tonight to chat about his career within the soap arena daytime and online.
Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves actor, Ignacio Serricchio.
Daytime audiences know Ignacio from his portrayal of Detective Alex Chavez, on the Emmy Award winning Daytime Drama, The Young and The Restless, as the cop that is on the trail of all crimes in Genoa City as well as romancing Abby Newman, Victor's daughter.
But before The Young and The Restless came calling, Ignacio portrayed, Diego Alcazar, the son of Lorenzo Alcazar (portrayed by Ted King), who was killed by Samantha McCall but later turned out to be very much alive and terrorized the citizens of Port Charles as the Text Message Killer.
Ignacio also has launched a website for fans ~ www.nachosfc.com and will be hosting his own event which includes a concert with his new band, Sudaca and a chance to dance with Ignacio. This event takes place in August during the Young and The Restless Weekend. You can purchase your tix at http://nachosfc.ticketleap.com/isdanceparty/
There will also be a special guest on the phone with Ignacio, so be sure to tune in to find out who it is. if you have questions for Ignacio, we will be taking phone calls also.
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Racial Profiling -- The consideration of race, ethnicity, or national origin by an officer of the law in deciding when and how to intervene in an enforcement capacity.
1. African-Americans comprise 13% of the U.S. population and 14% of the monthly drug users, but 37% of the people arrested for drug-related offenses in America.
2. Studies show that police are more likely to pull over and frisk blacks or Latinos than whites. In New York City, 80% of the stops made were blacks and Latinos, and 85% of those people were frisked, compared to a mere 8% of the white people stopped.
3. After being arrested, African-Americans are 33% more likely than whites to be detained while facing a felony trial in New York.
4. In 2010, the U.S. Sentencing Commission reported that African Americans receive 10% longer sentences than whites through the federal system for the same crimes.
5. In 2009 African-Americans are 21% more likely than whites to receive mandatory minimum sentences and 20% more likely to be sentenced to prison than white drug defendants.
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