However, his real life condition is much milder; he had to learn to walk with crutches and slow down his speech for the role. (No, but like really: Spoiler Alert.) It was never going to be a happy ending for Walter White.Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has not been exempt from sparking hopes of a sixth season, however.
Most recently, Plemons starred in an episode of Black Mirror, "USS Callister".
He attended schools in the Mart, Texas area, where he played football in middle school, junior high, and high school.
The end of Breaking Bad's fifth season made it fairly clear that Walter White was never going to return as a meth cook kingpin.
However, hoax interviews have had hundreds of thousands of people believing otherwise.
After watching a high school chemistry teacher transition into the Scarface of New Mexico over the course of five television seasons, it was hard to imagine a different ultimate fate.
Breaking Bad is one of the best shows of our generation—maybe one of the greatest of all time.It added that the entire cast would be returning for the new season, and the story was shared nearly 800,000 times.Alas, The National Report is also a spoof website, which has recently published headlines such as 'Graffiti Artist Banksy Arrested In London; Identity Revealed'.One of his first film roles, at age 12, was playing the younger version of Damon's character in the 2000 film All the Pretty Horses.When Plemons appeared on Breaking Bad, he acquired the nickname "Meth Damon" from fans, given that his character was in the methamphetamines trade.However, clicking on author A Michael Smith's profile page will take users to the following disclaimer: "I was a member of the first graduating class at Harvard University in 1642.