Danielle Larracuente was born to play a cop. The actress, the daughter of two retired NYPD officers, was recently cast as rookie Paulina Calderon in "Bosch: Legacy." "This is such a big milestone for me," the 30-year-old told Fox News Digital. "It’s been a dream come true for my parents in a way to let them see me like them and represent their stories.
And I learned a lot of tips from them before I was on set. "I had two points of view because my father dealt with a lot of tactical things in terms of how he approached situations.There’s a certain way in which you approach a car or touch a trunk.
And my mom, she’s five feet and in the field. She would talk to the person that she was arresting and tried to calm them down." Danielle Larracuente plays rookie cop Paulina Calderon in "Bosch: Legacy." (Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images) But getting in uniform, even on a set, came with its challenges. "That belt is heavy," Larracuente chuckled. "And those steel boots?
How did they even run in them. I was breaking a sweat every time. I had a fan nearby, and I had to splash myself with water all the time.Read more on foxnews.com