Aaron Paul has gotta have his Pops!
Long before he took on the role of Jesse Pinkman on Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul was just another actor trying to make it in Hollywood, leading to "so many" jobs early in his career that would never have landed him an Emmy nomination. At least that's what he thinks!
Paul, who is up for the Best Supporting Actor award, and his gorgeous wife Lauren Parsekian Paul chatted with Giuliana Rancic on the red carpet at the 2014 Emmy Awards, where he revealed the job he took on early in his career that he wishes he could remove from his resume.
"One of my first job was a Kellogg's Corn Pops commercial. I was probably 17 or 18. It was right when I moved out to LA," he revealed.
But it wasn't all bad, as Paul admitted he was excited to say a certain phrase during the commercial, which you can watch in all its '90s glory above!
"'Gotta have my Pops!' I got to say that line, it was very exciting," he said. "I thought I made it and then I didn't work for like, eight months. It was fine, the ups and downs of an actor!"
While Paul didn't think his commercial work was award-worthy, his wife begged to differ, saying, "It was a good performance." Paul's response? "Thank you, my sweet angel." Can these two get any cuter?! (Trick question. No, no they cannot!)
Just as cute was Paul's excitement over getting to finally do E!'s Mani Cam, taking over when Giuliana asked Lauren if she wanted to show off her nails. "This is so exciting!" Paul said while showing off his (lack of a) manicure.
But before making his Mani Cam debut, Paul had a busy morning as he pulled off a major scavenger hunt that took place all over Los Angeles just for Breaking Bad fans, which included surprise appearances from cast members, including R.J. Mitte (aka Walter Jr.!).
"In honor of the Emmys and the final time Breaking Bad will be up for anything at the Emmys, I wanted to give back to all our fans and give away a bunch of my Breaking Bad stuff," he explained. "So I just started hiding it all around Hollywood and a bunch of cast members were holding the prizes. It was great!"