Actor Aaron Paul, who is known for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the Breaking Bad series, detailed the unknown sides of his character and revealed how he felt when he portrayed Pinkman.
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston are two of the most well-known actors today. The reason for this is that they portrayed Jesse Pinkman and Walter White, two different characters they played in Breaking Bad. One is a chemistry teacher who has been diagnosed with cancer, and the other is his irresponsible former student.
The reason these two characters are still remembered and known is because of the incredible acting of Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston. During a recent interview with ‘Flaunt,’ Paul detailed some of the difficulties of playing Breaking Bad’s Jesse.
He said he felt Jesse Pinkman lived every moment of his life, although he admitted that it was sometimes difficult to portray the character that we saw on the television.
Here’s what he said:
“How I go about it—my process is, I force myself to believe the situations are actually happening to me as that character. So, I feel like I have lived every moment of Jesse Pinkman’s life that you saw on the screen. And more—the backstory I gave him. Different things that kid went through, I felt like I went through it in a way. That was hard at times. But, you know, I love that kid.”
Click here for the source of the statement.