DOMINIK, growing up in Miami and L.A., who was stricter, your dad or your mom, Marivi?
DOMINIK: My dad was the disciplinarian for sure. I’m the oldest of four, and I wasn’t even allowed to have my own house key in high school.
And when you brought guys home?
DOMINIK: I didn’t.
ANDY: Yeah. They were in fear.
Has your dad ever embarrassed you?
ANDY: How much time do we have?
DOMINIK: Oh yeah. When I played junior high basketball, he would run up and down the court yelling, “Keep the pressure!” in all the girls’ faces. My coach ended up quitting.
ANDY: I was emotionally involved.
Same question, Andy.
ANDY: No. I’m very proud of all my kids. My girls have been great examples for what a young girl should be.
DOMINIK: Maybe when my bathing suits are too small. Those one-pieces that the Olympic swimmers wear? My dad thinks that’s sexy.
ANDY: To me that’s the way to go. You leave it up to the imagination.
So how did you handle Dominik playing a stripper in City Island?
DOMINIK: I tip my hat to pole dancers. It’s superhard!
ANDY: I was barred from set that day.