Once living the Hollywood high life, Heraldo
is now renting a rundown dog house
in Barstow, Ca.
In this exclusive interview we’ll reveal how he piddled away a fortune, partying with Tea Cup Poodles, while lapping up Tequila laced Gravy Train. And, how palling around with Charlie Sheen’s dogs got him in big trouble with his TV commercial sponsors.
Heraldo showing underage party goer how to lick
salt off Margarita glass. Photo Courtesy: MADD
(Mothers Against Drunk Dogs.)
NO MORE CHA CHING FOR CHIHUAHUA
Insiders say that partying, freeloading friends and bad investments drained away the star’s fortune. However, Heraldo insists that the feline flavored chew sticks, serape flea collars and the doggy designer perfume "Butt Breath" were good ideas that just didn’t catch on.
“Heraldo spent money like there was no tomorrow.” said his longtime pal, a black Lab named Booker. “We were swinging every night. He liked those little Poodles, but they weren’t my style. None of ‘em had ever even heard of obedience school.”
Booker and Heraldo at Frasier wrap party, 2001
After the Taco Bell commercials, Heraldo tried other projects, but none were successful. One was a TV movie filmed in Mexico where he was the funny sidekick to the German Shepherd hero and insultingly, they only gave him one line, “Yo quiero Loco weed!” The critics gave it a ‘Lift of the leg.’ That disaster was followed by a short-lived sitcom called, Mis Amigos Son Perros. (My Friends Are Dogs.) But, the ratings took a big hit when the show was ripped off by a new human reality show called, My Friends Look Like Dogs.
Heraldo's TV Movie Love Interest is Now
a Big Star on a Guatemalan Soap Opera
Unfortunately, Heraldo’s next (and last) TV project miscast him as a drug sniffing detective dog in the hour long crime drama, Law and Odor. Soon the faded star found himself relegated to appearing at pet store and dog wash openings. He is currently working full time as a security guard for a doll house factory.
Heraldo Fired From Doll House Factory Job
Fails to Detect Home Invasion Robbery