Actor TONY DARROW shed real blood on the set of mafia movie LYNCH MOB when a stunt went wrong and cut his face open. THE SOPRANOS star was left with a gash down the side of his face after being struck by a gun, but insisted on carrying on shooting. According to PageSix.com, he said, "Hold the doctors. It'll look more realistic with my blood. Let's keep shooting." Co-star PAUL BORGHESE says, "He was a real trouper. Who needs special effects with a gritty hard-knock actor like this?"
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