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Breaking Bad’s Dean Norris Is Grateful To Be An Actor After Seeing Better Call Saul Writer’s Insane Effort

Breaking Bad’s Dean Norris Is Grateful To Be An Actor After Seeing Better Call Saul Writer’s Insane Effort

Breaking Bad actor Dean Norris appreciates one of the Better Call Saul writers, Thomas Schnauz, after seeing his insane effort, which he shared on Twitter.

We previously reported that BTS writer Schnauz had shared the photos of his handwritten cards and the original script of Bad Choice Road episode from the 2020 Emmy nominee drama series. In his tweet, the writer said that he would be tweeting cards from 509 ‘Bad Choice Road’ scenes with script pages and notes.

Schnauz posted some of the dialogue for the ‘Bad Choice Road’ episode yesterday. The script, in which every detail has been considered, includes notes written by Schnauz’s handwriting.

Dean Norris took to Twitter to react to his insane effort in preparing these script pages and notes. Norris, known as Hank Schrader in both series, said that he is grateful to be an actor after seeing the writer’s fantastic work.

Here’s what Dean Norris wrote:

“Jesus Christ, Marie! Thank God I’m an actor. Writing is hard. These tweets alone exhaust me.”

Dean Norris was one of the main character pieces in the TV series Breaking Bad. He also played in an episode of Better Call Saul. According to this, he thinks that acting is more easily than writing.

Check out the Twitter post below.

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