Aaron Paul, born Aaron Paul Sturtevant on August 27, 1979, is an American actor best known for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the critically acclaimed television series "Breaking Bad." Born and raised in Idaho, Aaron Paul developed a passion for acting at a young age and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Paul's breakthrough role came in 2008 when he was cast as Jesse Pinkman, a small-time methamphetamine manufacturer, in the hit series "Breaking Bad." His portrayal of the complex and troubled character earned him widespread critical acclaim and several awards, including three Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Following the success of "Breaking Bad," Aaron Paul went on to appear in a variety of film and television projects. He has showcased his versatility as an actor, taking on roles in both dramatic and comedic projects. Some of his notable film credits include "Need for Speed," "Triple 9," and "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie." On the television front, he has appeared in shows like "BoJack Horseman" and "Westworld." In addition to his acting career, Aaron Paul is also involved in philanthropic work. He is an active supporter of the Kind Campaign, an organization that addresses issues of girl-on-girl bullying and promotes kindness and empathy among young girls. Known for his charismatic on-screen presence and ability to bring depth and vulnerability to his characters, Aaron Paul has become a beloved figure in the entertainment industry. His talent and dedication to his craft have earned him a dedicated fanbase and critical acclaim. With his range as an actor and continued success in various projects, Aaron Paul continues to leave a lasting impact on the world of film and television.