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Adrian Grenier Discusses Bluefin Tuna Plight In GQ Magazine

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Entourage star Adrian Grenier will appear in the June 2010 issues of GQ magazine which hits the newsstands May 25. In his interview Grenier discusses the plight of the bluefin tuna and how it is imperative that we help the species which is suffering from a massive decline in population.

“Look, I’m cynical, like we all can be. But as a man, you have to pierce through the cynicism – take responsibility for your choices and find what’s important to you,” explained the 33 year old actor. “It has less to do with following one particular cause than it does with participation—a willingness to engage.”

Grenier currently works with GQ’s Gentlemen’s Fund which is designed to raise awareness for issues that are important to modern men. As the GQ’s Gentlemen’s Fund ambassador for Oceana, and in collaboration with Nautica, the actor works to prevent oceanic pollution and endangerment of aquatic wildlife.

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