‘Come and book me if you want!’ The awkward moment former Heartbreak High star Salvatore Coco, 44, asks for WORK live on The Morning Show
Published: 23:40 EDT, 9 July 2019 | Updated: 23:47 EDT, 9 July 2019
For teenagers growing up in the ’90s, Salvatore Coco will always be remembered for playing Costa ‘Con’ Bordino in Heartbreak High.
Now 44 years old, the part-time actor is making a living as a professional Master of Ceremonies, mostly working at weddings.
During a rare TV interview on Wednesday, Salvatore took advantage of the exposure by interrupting the hosts and asking for work.
‘Come book me’: During a rare television interview on Wednesday, former Heartbreak High star Salvatore Coco took advantage of the exposure by interrupting the hosts and asking for work
Salvatore spoke to The Morning Show about how his life had changed since his days as a teenage heartthrob in the ’90s.
‘This is something I’ve been doing for the last 20 years or so. And I am so blessed to be in that industry,’ he told Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur of his career.
Seeing an opportunity to promote his business, Salvatore then started advertising his services to viewers at home.
Free plug: During his appearance on The Morning Show, Salvatore announced where clients can find him online, adding: ‘Come and book me if you want. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Come down!’
He asked the hosts, ‘Can I have a bit of a plug?’, to which Kylie replied: ‘Yeah!’
Salvatore then announced where clients can find him online, before adding: ‘Come and book me if you want. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Come down!’
Elsewhere in the interview, Salvatore was asked about the possibility of a Heartbreak High reboot.
Blast from the past: Heartbreak High was a teenage soap opera set in Sydney that aired on Channel 10 and the ABC between 1994 and 1999. Pictured: Salvatore with Ada Nicodemou
Salvatore said he’d be interested in taking part but doesn’t know who could possibly ‘make it happen’.
‘If there’s anyone out there that is willing to do it and fund it, let’s do it,’ he added.
He suggested that a good way to bring the cast back would be to make a new series in which the old characters have children of their own attending Hartley High.
Getting the gang back together? Salvatore would be interested in taking part in a Heartbreak High reboot but doesn’t know who could possibly ‘make it happen’. Pictured: the show’s cast
Salvatore added that he had even spoken to fellow Heartbreak High star Scott Major about the proposed storyline.
‘I had a bit of a conversation with Scott Major and I was like, “We should do it, we should do it”,’ he said.
Heartbreak High was a teenage soap opera set in Sydney that aired on Channel 10 and the ABC between 1994 and 1999.