PELHAM, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) -- Two Westchester brothers have a co-starring role in the hit CBS drama "Blue Bloods."
Tony and Andrew Terraciano are real brothers who live in the small historical town of Pelham in Westchester County. As CBS2's Jill Nicolini reported, they also act as brothers on the CBS drama Blue Bloods.
The family swears the brothers are just two normal teenagers.
"Sometimes I'll be at the movie theatre and someone will recognize me and my friends will be like. I always forgot you're a movie star. I'm like come on," Tony said.
"Me and my friends we really all do the same thing except I'm out once a week and I just have to kind of catch up on homework," Andrew said.
The brothers started modeling at the age of 6 months and their mother continued taking them on acting auditions as they got older. Andrew was just 6 and Tony was 8 when they landed the roles of playing Donnie Wahlberg's sons.
"He is a big goofball. He teaches us a lot," the boys said.
After school it's all about having fun, and Tony loves coming to Glover Field.
"I'm there almost every day, whether it's for football season, lacrosse season," Tony said.
The boys' favorite spot to eat is Four Corners Pizza.
"I come in at least once a week. It's just the best pizza. I really like the grandma slices," Andrew said.
"They really have the best crust," Tony added.
And while boys will be boys they still make time for their sister, Andrew's twin, Molly.
You can watch "Blue Bloods" Fridays at 10 p.m. on CBS2.
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