Breaking Bad ended in 2013 and is widely regarded as one of the finest TV shows ever made. Millions of fans around the world watched it religiously and it was one of the most watched shows on American cable TV. It received heaps of critical praise and entered the Guinness World Records as the world’s most critically acclaimed TV show. So what are the cast of the show doing today? Read on to find out.
Bryan Cranston – Walter White
Bryan had many TV and film credits to his name prior to playing Walter White and has continued to rack up many more credits since the show’s end. These days he voices the character Titanium Rex in the animated comedy SuperMansion and plays the part of Vance in Amazon Studios crime drama series Sneaky Pete, which has aired its pilot episode and been given a full series order. He also played president Lyndon B. Johnson in the TV film All The Way, which was aired in May 2016. As for films, he’s been very busy with roles in Kung Fu Panda 3, Get a Job, The Infiltrator, In Dubious Battle, Why Him?, Wakefield, Power Rangers and The Masterpiece.
Anna Gunn – Skyler White
Anna stars in the 2016 film Equity, which has been billed as the first female-driven Wall Street film and is also set to feature in the film Sully, which is about the ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ incident where a disabled plane was safely landed on the Hudson River by its pilot Chesley Sullenberger and all passengers were saved.
Aaron Paul – Jesse Pinkman
Aaron voices the character of Todd Chavez in the Netflix adult animated sitcom BoJack Horseman, which he also produces. He also produces and has a role in the Hulu series The Path, in which he plays a man who joins a cult after having a crisis of faith. Like Bryan, Aaron is currently involved in lots of film projects, with roles in Triple 9, Central Intelligence, The 9th Life of Louis Drax, Come and Find Me and Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV.
Betsy Brandt – Marie Schrader
Betsy currently has a co-starring role in Life in Pieces, a CBS drama that follows the lives of three generations of the Short family and has each episode split into four short stories.
Dean Norris – Hank Schrader
Dean was part of the main cast of Under the Dome, which came to an end last year. He’s currently busy working on two film projects: the comedy film Fist Fight is scheduled for a February 2017 release, while the film The Book of Henry, which is about a young boy who wants to protect his crush from her father, is set for a September release.
RJ Mitte – Walter ‘Flynn’ White Jr.
RJ stars in the 2016 independent road film Who’s Driving Doug, in which he plays Doug, who has muscular dystrophy and goes on a road trip with two friends to get away from his overbearing mother. RJ is also going to be involved in covering the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for Channel 4.
Bob Odenkirk – Saul Goodman
Bob’s character Saul was such a hit with viewers and critics that he got his own spin-off show, Better Call Saul, which was renewed for a third season earlier this year. He’s written, produced and is set to star in the film Girlfriend’s Day, a Netflix comedy film.
Giancarlo Esposito – Gustavo ‘Gus’ Fring
Giancarlo has roles in quite a few 2016 films, including The Jungle Book, Stuck, This Is Your Death, Money Monster and the Italian film The Pills – Sempre meglio che lavorare. He’s also secured roles in the 2017 films Okja and The Long Home, and will reprise his role of Jorge in Maze Runner: The Death Cure, which is set to come out in 2018.