Aaron Paul is cooking up a role on HBO's Westworld

Lewis Collier
September 14, 2018

That's right. Aaron Paul, known to fans of Breaking Bad as Jesse Pinkman, has agreed to join the cast of HBO's Westworld for Season 3.

Paul is a three-time Emmy victor for his co-starring role as Jesse Pinkman on AMC's Breaking Bad.

As per usual with Westworld, there are no details about his character - aside from the fact that he'll be a series regular - because this show doesn't want us to know anything about anything.

There's no word on Paul's possible role.

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Westworld has no announced return date, though it's been renewed for a third season.

While on the hit AMC drama, he was nominated for five Primetime Emmys for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series - winning three. Its most recent season rocked up no fewer than 21 Emmy nominations.

Since Breaking Bad wrapped in 2013, Paul has starred in Hulu's low-profile drama The Path and shot Apple's upcoming series Are You Sleeping.

It's been a busy year for Paul who was recently at the Toronto International Film Festival for the premiere of his new movie American Woman. He's an executive producer of Bojack Horseman, and voices Todd Chavez on that show.

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