Aaron Paul is an American actor best known for his role as Jesse Pinkman, a street savvy drop-out who teams up with his former high school chemistry teacher to enter the drug trade, in the television drama series Breaking Bad, from 2008-2013.
He has won two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role in Breaking Bad.
Paul returned to the HBO series Big Love for Season 3 and also played the lead role in the film Last House on the Left, produced by Wes Craven and released by Rogue Pictures/Universal in 2009.
Paul’s other television credits include his recurring work in Season 2 of HBO’s Big Love, and guest-star appearances on Ghost Whisperer, Bones, Sleeper Cell, Veronica Mars, CSI and The X-Files.
Whatever It Takes, opposite James Franco and Shane West, marked Paul’s film debut. He followed that film with roles as Jeff Bridges’ estranged son in K-Pax, and as Tom Cruise’s brother-in-law in Mission Impossible III.
His other film work includes Van Wilder, Perfect Opposites, Say Goodnight and the upcoming films The Last House on the Left, Daydreamer, and Twisted.
Paul caught viewer’s attention in the MTV telefilm Wasted, co-starring Nick Stahl and directed by Stephen T. Kay. He is also still recognized for his role in KORN's "Thoughtless" music video directed by Allen Hughes.