Hollywood actor, Geoffrey Giuliano stranded in India along with son, says he’s living like an “Indian beggar”

Hollywood actor, Geoffrey Giuliano stranded in India along with son, says he’s living like an “Indian beggar”

Hollywood actor Geoffrey Giuliano, 66, came to Rajasthan, India along with his 12-year-old son Eden on 3rd March for a medical treatment called Liposuction. But they got stuck as the borders of the country were closed on 18th March due to the coronavirus pandemic and canceled all the international flights. 

While visiting several doctors, the actor also wanted to show his son around India. The father-son duo lives in Thailand and the situation worsened for them as incoming international flights in Thailand were also canceled from 23rd March by authorities.

The actor and author who has written 32 books uploaded a video sharing the details of his situation and seeking help from people.

In his video, he said “’When I came I brought 2,000 dollars, to get some dental work done but didn’t have it because of the virus. I thought that 2,000 dollars would be enough for us for a couple of weeks or so in India. Then India shut down instantly and didn’t give us enough time to get out of the country. He also said, ”now we don’t have any money and stupidly I didn’t bring my ATM card, which sounds highly suspicious, but I just didn’t think I needed it for a couple of weeks.”

Geoffrey is in a very awkward situation because he holds an American passport and can take a repatriation flight to the U.S. but his 12-year-old son Eden holds a Thai passport due to Geoffrey’s previous relationship with a Thai woman and won’t be allowed in the U.S

Now, Geoffrey can go to Thailand as they are repatriating only Thai citizens and he can’t leave his son and let him fly alone as there’s no one to take care of him.

At the end of the video, he said, “ Asking for help is hard thing to say for someone like me who has achieved so much in life. Circumstance has put me on the Titanic and I need a lifeboat.’’

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