Aaron Paul brought to life Pinkman, one of the most memorable television characters. The role of Pinkman in the AMC's critically acclaimed drama series, "Breaking Bad," has given the actor million fans. On Dec. 15, Aaron Paul played a sweet, little cameo role in one of his fans real-life wedding proposal.
Jason Lord had made a donation to the charity of the actor's wife and won a personalized video from "Breaking Bad" star. Jason planned to propose to Jackie Prater, his girl friend of three years.
He made an elaborate arrangement to propose to his girl friend. He also kept in mind that Jackie's favorite actor is Aaron Paul. To Jackie's surprise, Aaron Paul popped-up on a roll-down projection screen for a brief cameo.
"Hey, I just want to send you a message on behalf of my good friend, Jason ... think you know him ... who I understand has a very important question to ask," Aaron can be seen saying in a pre-recorded video message. The message was meant for Jackie. After Jason proposed and an overwhelmed Jackie said, "yes," Aaron appeared again on the screen for Jackie, saying "hope you said, yes," he wished them good luck.
It is confirmed that Aaron Paul will feature in a new animated series, "BoJack Horseman," which is set to premiere on Netflix in mid 2014. According to Rolling Stone, the animated series is about a "washed-up, humanoid horse actor with a drinking problem."
""BoJack Horseman" is a brutally funny and unique take on what can happen after pop stardom," Ted Sarandos, chief content officer at Netflix, said in a statement.
In this original adult animated series, Aaron Paul will be the voice of Todd, the human pal of the titular character, BoJack. Will Arnett will be the voice of BoJack, while Amy Sedaris will be the voice of Princess Caroline?