By Renee Sloan
Last Friday, Sal Rubio’s day started out anything but glamorous.
“It was an average day,” he said. “I took the kids to school, had to take two sick cats to the vet, and then I came home to a broken air-conditioner and had to take care of that.”
But by 5 p.m., Rubio was dressed and ready to film scenes for the movie “Tammy,” a comedy based on the screenplay by Melissa McCarthy and her husband, Ben Falcone.