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Emmys 2010: Winner Aaron Paul gets the best birthday present of his life

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Happy Birthday, Aaron Paul.

Not only did the "Breaking Bad" star win for best supporting actor for his outstanding (and we do mean outstanding) portrayal of Jesse Pinkman, but it means he beat his idols, Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson of "Lost."

Paul is a huge "Lost" fan.

Memo to "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan: Forget about killing Jesse off now! We know you changed your mind after the first season, but just in case.

Paul said he can't believe he gets to go home with "her." By her, he meant his Emmy.

So cute!

 

--Maria Elena Fernandez

twitter.com/writerchica

Photo: Aaron Paul celebrating his win. Credit: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

 
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Dude(Aaron), ever since I first saw you playing the role of Jesse Pinkman in the greatest drama series ever, Breaking Bad, I knew from that moment on that you would be a great. People can say whatever they want about the greats like Tom Hanks, Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin, and many others, but Aaron Paul is right up there with them, because he is the main reason why Breaking bad is what it is. Congrats on the Emmy, man. Keep up the great work!

He is a wonderful actor!! His character has gone through so much and shown great depth. Congratulations. =)

I thought Paul's best work was in Van Wilder as "Drunk Guy #1." Like the world needs another 30-year-old interchangeable, wishes-he-could-still-be-cast-as-a-high-schooler, stoner type. What is so wrong with his real last name, Sturdevant, that he had to drop it?

I doubt "Conner?" has seen many "Breaking Bad" episodes. "Breaking Bad" is only what it is today because of the writing, directing as well as acting by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. Aaron' s character in Breaking Bad is much more than a drunk interchangeable 30 year old who plays a high school stoner. Jealous?


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