Danny Trejo’s tattoos and their meanings
Trejo was born in the Eco Park area in Los Angeles, California, for Mexican parents. He is the son of Alice Rivera and Dan Trejo, the builder, and the second cousin of filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, although they did not know that they were connected until the filming of Desperado.
This is a tattoo for breasts “Forever” regarding his marriage to Debbie.
Prior to his film archive, he worked as a master of labor in construction.
During the 1960s, Trejo was in and out of prison and jail in California; Trejo suggested that his physical appearance contributed to his constant falling into trouble.
Debbie’s tattoo on the right side of the chest is the name of his daughter
There are contradictory information about his prison chronology. On the one hand, his final term of detention ended in 1972; another account, he spent time in a camp for juvenile offenders and six California prisons between 1959 and 1969.
A large peacock tattooed on Danny’s left forearm. Peacock symbolizes purity of heart and fidelity.
He recalled that his last prison term was five years. While serving in San Quentin prison, he became a boxing champion in light and welterweight in this prison. During this time, Trejo became a member of the twelve-step program, which he credits with his success in overcoming addiction. In 2011, he recalled that he had been sober for 42 years.
tattoo Hummingbird sitting on the right hand
a pink bush on his right hand.