Craig Robinson Shares Wild Killing It On-Set Reptile Encounter

Craig Robinson Shares Wild Killing It On-Set Reptile Encounter

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Craig Robinson definitely had some wild times on the set of Killing It

The star and comic plays a python hunter on his brand-new Peacock funny series– which premieres April 14– however snakes weren’t the only hazardous reptile Robinson needed to handle while shooting in New Orleans.

“We’re filming in the swamp, and apparently, they caught an alligator during filming,” he solely informed E! News’ Daily Pop hosts Nina Parker and Essence Atkins on April11 “I didn’t know how close I was to death. That was cool.”

Luckily, whatever was under control when it pertained to the program’s primary highlighted animal: Burmese pythons.

“There’s fake snakes, there’s CGI snakes and there were live snakes, and American Humane Society was present on set whenever we had the live snakes,” he stated, joking that the ones he dealt with were “loving and adorable.”

Unlike his Killing It character– who starts searching down the slithery snakes for an opportunity to win $20,000–Robinson never ever needed to do anything so severe to make ends fulfill prior to he made it to Hollywood.