The future of Aaron Paul after his role as Jesse Pinkman in the AMC series “Breaking Bad” can be promising. He has already made big-screen appearances in movies, playing the estranged son of Jeff Bridges in “K-PAX,” portraying Tom Cruise’s brother-in-law in “Mission: Impossible III,” as well as starring in “The Last House on the Left.” He lasted longer on the series “Breaking Bad” than initially anticipated because of his great acting skills. He has also accumulated two Emmy Awards for “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series” for his role of Jesse.
Aaron Paul and “Law & Order”
Aaron Paul could guest star on the series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” as a meth-producing, serial rapist who preys on female club-goers. He has a face that can easily make women fall in love with him, but he can also be a lovable bad guy who many viewers want to see win in the end. The creative writers of the series could boost the show’s ratings by adding Aaron Paul to a few episodes.
Scandalous Aaron Paul Could Work
Aaron Paul could guest star on the hot series “Scandal,” which has soaring popularity. He does not have to portray a drug dealer serving up meth to the population, but he could encompass some other equally devious role. This show is diverse and the good guys are the bad guys, therefore Aaron Paul would fit in well.
Aaron Paul the Comedian
Paul could also make more guest appearances on “Saturday Night Live,” which he has already done, and making people laugh is something he is also very talented at doing. He does not have to limit himself to serious dramas, and laughter brings endearment; the viewers will love him more.
Aaron Paul “Once Upon a Time”
One show that could challenge Aaron Paul’s acting skills and possibly bring a recurring guest role would be the ABC series “Once Upon a Time.” The show’s writers could use his charming good looks in a fairy-tale manner the viewers would love. He does favor a reviving, kiss-giving Prince Charming, or maybe a deadly, potion-making wizard.
Aaron Paul as a Mad Man
Finally, Aaron Paul could remain with AMC and guest star in the “Mad Men” series’ final episodes. He could handsomely portray one of the “Mad Men” because the men within this advertising agency on Madison Avenue wear suits well. It would be interesting to see Aaron Paul with slick hair, adorned in an expensive suit, scheme his way to the top in an executive manner.
Aaron Paul’s acting career is far from over with the end of “Breaking Bad” and his fans will be eagerly awaiting his future roles.