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Bob Odenkirk


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IT’S BEEN A SLOW BURN, FORM CULT COMEDIAN TO ONE OF HOLLYWOOD’S MOST compelling character actors. After co-creating the irreverent sketch comedy series Mr. Show with David Cross in 1995, Bob Odenkirk, among other things, wrote for Dana Carvey. But in 2009, he broke out as the sleazy, opportunistic lawyer Saul Goodman on Breaking Bad. He was so good, show creator Vince Gilligan built a prequel series around him: AMC’s Better Call Saul, for which he’s been nominated for Emmys and Golden Globes three years in a row.

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