Geoffrey Giuliano may be an unfamiliar name to most people, but you might recognise him as the American actor who played VIP Four on Netflix’s smash hit “Squid Game”. Yep, that VIP who tried to rape undercover cop Hwang Jun-Ho (Wi Ha Joon).
Turns out, he isn’t just a grade A a-hole onscreen but also one in real life. Someone managed to dig up an old video of Geoffrey behaving like a typical white supremacist and throwing f-bombs in public. To quote a commentator, “No wonder they hired him, he was perfect for the role.”
As per reports, the video clip was taken in August 2017 while the actor was residing in Pattaya, Thailand. A French expat started recording Geoffrey after he had apparently cut the line at an express checkout counter in a Big-C supermarket. The lane was only catered for 10 items or below, but Geoffrey “threw 25 items on the conveyer belt“.
When the French customer protested, Geoffrey started cursing aggressively. “Go F**k yourself, I’m an American, I do what I want, we’re the kings of the world, OK? You’re not intimidating me by that camera, I’m an actor,” he said.
When the person filming it called him out about the “being American” remark, Geoffrey went ballistic. “Go f**k yourself, OK. Go f**k yourself, OK, let’s get it real straight. You can go f**k yourself. I’m an American, I do what I want, we’re the kings of the world, okay? We’re professional assholes. We have taken being assholes to the highest possible f**king level in this world,” he shouted before leaving the premise.
Superiority complex at its finest. If that’s not enough, Geoffrey previously posted a video where he generalised and sexulised Thai women.
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