Breaking Bad Charaktere

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Kurz nach seinem Geburtstag erhält der unscheinbare Familienvater und Chemielehrer Walter White eine niederschmetternde Krebsdiagnose und ist verzweifelt. Sein geringes Gehalt reicht weder für die Behandlung noch für eine Absicherung der. Dies ist eine Liste der Figuren der Fernsehserie Breaking Bad. Inhaltsverzeichnis​. 1 Hauptfiguren. Walter White; Skyler White; Jesse Pinkman; Walter White; Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman/Gene Takovic; Jesse Pinkman; Mike Ehrmantraut; Gustavo Fring; Skyler White; Kimberley. Hier sind die wichtigsten der in Breaking Bad aufgetauchten Charaktere zu finden. Beliebte Seiten. Gustavo Fring Walter White. Walter White; Skyler White; Jesse Pinkman; Hank Schrader; Marie Schrader; Walter White Jr./„Flynn“; Saul Goodman; Gustavo.

Breaking Bad Charaktere

Dies ist eine Liste der Figuren der Fernsehserie Breaking Bad. Inhaltsverzeichnis​. 1 Hauptfiguren. Walter White; Skyler White; Jesse Pinkman; Walter White; Skyler White; Jesse Pinkman; Hank Schrader; Marie Schrader; Walter White Jr./„Flynn“; Saul Goodman; Gustavo. Bestätigt ist bisher nur, dass Aaron Paul als Jesse Pinkman zu sehen sein wird. Es bleibt noch ungewiss, ob Bryan Cranston als Walter White.

Officer 1 episode, Robin Dearden Emotional Woman 1 episode, Eddie J. Cartel Gunman 1 1 episode, Cynthia Ruffin Hospital Administrator 1 episode, Amanda Schofield Waitress 1 episode, Michael Showers Union Rep 1 episode, Stoney Westmoreland Policeman 1 episode, Victoria Aultman Waitress 1 episode, Henry Herman Truck Guard 2 1 episode, Tank Jones Chuck 1 episode, James Martinez Max Arsiniega 1 episode, J.

Michael Oliva Support Group Member 1 episode, Rick A. Ortega Jr. Waiter 1 episode, Gail Starr Nurse 1 episode, Brennan Brown Carpet Cleaner 2 1 episode, Debi Parker Min-Ye 1 episode, Hank Rogerson Detective 1 1 episode, Dave Colon Concerned Parent 1 episode, Frederic Doss Off Duty Cop 1 episode, Dennis Keiffer Lookout 1 episode, Allan Pacheco Irving 1 episode, Kat Sawyer Soper 1 episode, Kieran Sequoia Local Correspondant 1 episode, Steve Corona Orderly 1 episode, Erin Elliott Stripper 1 1 episode, Fernando Escandon Commercial Narrator 1 episode, Matthew Feight Preppy Shopper 1 episode, Mark Hanson Burnout 1 episode, Ben Hernandez Bray Cartel Gunman 2 1 episode, Galen Hutchison Wide Eyed Boy 1 episode, Ralph Alderman First Realtor 1 episode, Stephen Eiland Miguel 1 episode, Keith Meriweather Mike's Security Team 1 1 episode, Phillip Hart Kid 1 episode, Billy Lockwood Detective 2 1 episode, Eric Price Public Defender 1 episode, Carrie Fleming Yuppie Woman 1 episode, Juanita Trad Medical Technician 1 episode, Sheran Goodspeed Keyton Agent Buddy 1 episode, Richard Williams Business Community Leader 1 1 episode, Portia Cline Stripper 2 1 episode, Toby Holguin Cartel Gunman 3 1 episode, Jesus Mayorga Friendly Guy 1 episode, Parker Sisty Saul's Client 1 episode, Mark Sivertsen Laundry Woman 1 1 episode, Amanda Fresquez Sexy Cartel Girl 1 episode, Delana Michaels Female Homeowner 1 episode, T.

Pediatric Nurse 1 episode, Norma Maldonado Delores 1 episode, Jack Burning Homeless Man 1 episode, Patricio Delgado Cop 1 1 episode, Robert Forster Ed 1 episode, Matthew Page Chemical Plant Guard 1 episode, Linda Speciale Sexy Neighbor 1 episode, Gabriel Berrelleza Narcocorridos Band 1 1 episode, Daniel D.

Restaurant Employee 1 episode, Jose Avila Deputy Kee 1 episode, Lora Martinez-Cunningham Daughter 1 episode, Eddie Perez Cartel Gunman 4 1 episode, Chris Ranney Delivery Man 1 episode, Maria L.

Laundry Woman 2 1 episode, Jonathan Richards Male Homeowner 1 episode, Kevin Wiggins Gus' Operative 1 episode, Ryan Begay Good Samaritan 1 episode, Debrianna Mansini Fran 1 episode, Wayne Dehart Homeless Man 1 episode, Millard Drexler Customer 1 episode, Alex Gianopoulos Waiter 1 episode, Carlos Telles Cop 2 1 episode, Jacob O'Brien Mulliken Prospective Buyer 1 episode, Jesus Ramirez Jock's Friend 1 1 episode, Martiniano Berrelleza Alvarado Narcocorridos Band 2 1 episode, Richard Christie Stew 1 episode, Ramsey Williams Supermarket Clerk 1 episode, Frank Bond Realtor 1 episode, Kathy Rose Center Ma Kettle 1 episode, Steve Cormier Physical Therapist 1 episode, James Espinoza Beto 1 episode, Brian G.

EMT 1 episode, Mario Moreno Father 1 episode, J. Cop 1 episode, Stephen Braddock Partygoer 1 episode, Veronica Jaquez Laundry Woman 3 1 episode, Augusta Meyers News Reporter 1 episode, Sarah Minnich Party Girl 1 episode, Michael Sheets Cancer Patient 1 episode, Michael Valverde Dog Handler 1 episode, Trine Christensen Tromel 1 episode, Kristin Hansen Darla 1 episode, Scott Ward Public Defender 1 episode, Brett Shane Cooley Homeowner 1 episode, Merritt C.

Customer 1 episode, Victoria Lease Waitress 1 episode, Steve Stafford Wilson 1 episode, Joshua S. Jock's Friend 2 1 episode, Ravenna Fahey Nurse 1 episode, Maria Bethke Mother 1 episode, Daniel Champine Rookie Officer 1 episode, Jiji Hise Mother 1 episode, Wendy Kostora Screaming Shopper 1 episode, John Welker Lead Doctor 1 episode, Lorenzita Anaya Commercial Voice Over 1 episode, Mathias Kaesebier Lawyer 1 episode, Alex Knight Salesman 1 episode, Craig Nigh US Attorney 1 episode, Ray Chavez Skater 1 episode, Maggie Fine Beneke Employee 1 1 episode, Kevin Christopher Brown Bingo Lady 1 episode, Trina E.

Nurse 1 episode, Cicelo Solano Old Crawler 1 episode, Marty Smith Bingo Caller 1 episode, Brennan Foster Detective 1 episode, Mike Ostroski Homeowner 1 episode, Kate Schroeder Beneke Employee 2 1 episode, Ashleigh Banfield Anchor 1 1 episode, Ken Thomas Friendly Agent 1 episode, Erica Viking Kiira 1 episode, Rosa Estrada Doctor 1 episode, Marla Tellez Anchor 2 1 episode, Steve Ruiz Radio DJ 2 1 episode, Aaron Wright Deputy 1 1 episode, Jeff Maher Anchor 3 1 episode, Michael Davis Old Man 1 episode, Julianne Flores Waitress 1 episode, Kevin Owen McDonald Meth Cook 1 episode, William R.

Government Lawyer 1 episode, Deborah Martinez School Office Worker 1 episode, Kurt Soderstrom Bartender 1 episode, Leslie O'Carroll Barfly 1 episode, Charlie Rose Charlie Rose 1 episode, Jon Reigle Look out 1 episode, Martin Palmer CarWash Patron 1 episode, Andrea Good Laundry Worker uncredited 6 episodes, Karen M.

Office Worker uncredited 3 episodes, Jamie Haqqani DEA uncredited 2 episodes, Samantha Anastasiou Shopper uncredited 1 episode, Robert Anthony Brass Bank Customer uncredited 1 episode, Ed Duran Teacher uncredited 1 episode, William T.

Neighborhood Boy uncredited 1 episode, Sergio Kato Chemistry Student uncredited 1 episode, Norm Lee Family 1st Store Patron uncredited 1 episode, William E.

Parent uncredited 1 episode, Peggy Ann O'Neal Pedestrian uncredited 1 episode, Clark Sanchez Biker uncredited 1 episode, Michael-David Aragon Lady in Car uncredited 1 episode, Paul J.

Corpse uncredited 1 episode, Sebastian Tyler Rose Boy in Museum uncredited 1 episode, Malcolm Ullery Skycap uncredited 1 episode, Z.

Ray Wakeman Restaurant Patron uncredited 1 episode, Erik Beacham Rehab Patient uncredited 1 episode, Angela Blake Nurse uncredited 1 episode, Kathryn Dove High School Student uncredited 1 episode, Joe Freeman The Assassin uncredited 1 episode, Keith Jardine Bar Fighter uncredited 1 episode, Laina Loucks Rehab Group Girl uncredited 1 episode, Will Ontiveros Skell uncredited 1 episode, Ricardo Andres Hospital Patient uncredited 1 episode, Richard Barela Carwash Customer uncredited 1 episode, Ruben Barela Police Officer uncredited 1 episode, Michelle Greathouse Amber uncredited 1 episode, Anthony Martins Banger 1 uncredited 1 episode, Anthony Molinari Gunman 1 uncredited 1 episode, Marco Morales Gunman 2 uncredited 1 episode, Grizelda Quintana Car Wash Attendant uncredited 1 episode, J.

Restaurant Patron uncredited 1 episode, Tenaya Torres Female Employee uncredited 1 episode, Viola Valdez Carwash Customer uncredited 1 episode, Alexander Aleynikov Gang member uncredited 1 episode, Breanna Perera Woman in Denny's uncredited 1 episode, Bill Peterson Madrigal Suit uncredited 1 episode, Todd Sopher Magnet Guy 2 uncredited 1 episode, Michael E.

Prison Guard uncredited 1 episode, Cruz Taylor Airport Traveler uncredited 1 episode, Rick Anglada Albuquerque Police Officer uncredited 1 episode, Taber Cross Neighbor uncredited 1 episode, Chester Gayao Businessman uncredited 1 episode, Angela Joseph Restaurant Patron uncredited 1 episode, Jon McGarrah Car Wash Patron uncredited 1 episode, Holly Pinnell Homeless Man's Wife uncredited 1 episode, Paula Ray Restaurant Patron uncredited 1 episode, Alexander Roessner Declan's Crew Member uncredited 1 episode, Noah Segan Fireman uncredited 1 episode, Louise Stange-Wahl Restaurant Patron uncredited 1 episode, Michael Anthony Stone Tom Archuleta Coblentz Jr.

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Share this page:. Clear your history. Walter White 62 episodes, Skyler White 62 episodes, Jesse Pinkman 62 episodes, Marie Schrader 62 episodes, Hank Schrader 62 episodes, Saul Goodman 43 episodes, Mike Ehrmantraut 28 episodes, Gus Fring 26 episodes, Skinny Pete 15 episodes, Todd 13 episodes, Ted Beneke 13 episodes, Lydia Rodarte-Quayle 12 episodes, Badger 12 episodes, Huell 11 episodes, Tyrus Kitt 10 episodes, Jane Margolis 10 episodes, Andrea Cantillo 9 episodes, Francesca 9 episodes, Tio Salamanca 8 episodes, Victor 8 episodes, Brock Cantillo 8 episodes, Gale Boetticher 7 episodes, Uncle Jack 7 episodes, Delcavoli 7 episodes, Kenny 7 episodes, Leonel Salamanca 7 episodes, Frankie 6 episodes, Holly White 6 episodes, Gretchen Schwartz 5 episodes, Kuby 5 episodes, Combo 5 episodes, Marco Salamanca 5 episodes, Kaylee Ehrmantraut 5 episodes, Lester 5 episodes, Matt 5 episodes, Tuco Salamanca 4 episodes, Pinkman 4 episodes, Donald Margolis 4 episodes, Group Leader 4 episodes, Clovis 4 episodes, Gaff 4 episodes, Declan's Driver 4 episodes, Chris Mara 4 episodes, Krazy-8 3 episodes, Pinkman 3 episodes, Elliott Schwartz 3 episodes, En route to being smuggled into the US, they hid with other undocumented immigrants in the back of a hay truck, and killed the entire group when one recognized them by their silver skull boot tips.

Victor told Gus, who contacted the cartel. The Cousins then received a text message telling them to abort, so they left without Walter knowing they had been there.

Mike later found outside Walt's house a chalk drawing of a scythe, which he believed the Cousins have left to send the message that their murder of Walt was imminent.

Gus redirected the Cousins by telling them Hank killed Tuco, and he told them they had his permission to kill Hank even though the cartel refrained from killing law enforcement officers, because that would draw undue attention to their activities.

Leonel and Marco moved to kill Hank, but Gus anonymously warned Hank just before the confrontation. Aware of the threat, Hank saw Leonel advancing on him and backed his car up quickly, trapping Leonel between his car and another, which crushed Leonel's legs.

Marco opened fire on Hank, who escaped out the passenger side door and crawled away. Marco strode after Hank, shooting and killing a passerby who surprised him, while another bystander escaped the same fate when Marco stopped to reload.

Hank then surprised Marco from behind and shot him in the chest four times, but all four bullets were stopped by Marco's bulletproof vest.

Marco shot Hank twice in the chest, but rather than finish him off with another shot, Marco returned to his car for an axe.

Hank took advantage of the pause to load Leonel's empty gun with a hollow-point round that Marco had dropped next to him.

When Marco re-approached Hank, Hank killed him with a shot to the head. To silence Leonel while he was in the hospital following his leg amputation, Gus distracted the police assigned to the security detail by bringing them food from Los Pollos Hermanos, giving Mike the opportunity to sneak into Leonel's room and administer a lethal injection.

Leonel died, and Mike quietly disposed of the syringe he used, unnoticed by the police officers nearby. Gaff played by Maurice Compte is a member of Don Eladio's drug cartel.

He is first seen coordinating the hijacking of a Los Pollos Hermanos truck that is transporting drugs and killing the guards inside by filling it with engine exhaust fumes.

Later, Gaff kills one of Gus's men with a sniper rifle at the chicken farm but stops shooting when Gus presents himself as a target and agrees to negotiate with Eladio.

Gaff is present when the cartel is poisoned; Mike garrotes him as he checks on the ill Eladio. Gonzo played by Jesus Payan Jr.

He dies while moving No Doze's body from under a stack of cars in a junkyard; the stack shifts and catches his arm under it, partially severing it and causing him to bleed to death.

When Walter and Jesse learn he is dead, they incorrectly assume that Tuco is killing any witnesses to No Doze's murder, and fear for their own lives.

Later, when Tuco finds Gonzo is not returning his calls, he falsely believes Gonzo is working as a police informant. No Doze played by Cesar Garcia is one of the head lieutenants in Tuco's drug organization.

Tuco beats him to death for telling Walter and Jesse, "Just remember who you're working for," which Tuco takes as an insult to his intelligence and an encroachment on his authority.

A hidden bomb in the head then explodes, killing the tortoise and a DEA agent, and severely injuring several of the DEA agents and Mexican policemen on the scene.

Hank is physically unharmed as he was far enough from the explosion, but later develops post-traumatic stress syndrome.

Declan played by Louis Ferreira is a meth dealer who operates in Phoenix, Arizona. Declan refuses, so Lydia arranges for Jack's gang to kill Declan's whole crew, take the remaining methylamine, and continue production with Todd as the cook.

Emilio Koyama played by John Koyama is Jesse's former partner in the meth business and Krazy 8's cousin. According to Jesse, they met when they were still in elementary school.

In the "Pilot" episode, Emilio is arrested during a DEA raid on a house at which Walter is present during a "ride along" with Hank in which the DEA is looking for a meth supplier who goes by the street name "Captain Cook" Jesse himself.

As Jesse proposes Krazy-8 to manage the distribution of the superior quality methamphetamine he produced with his new partner, he realized that Emilio made bail.

Suspicious that Jesse ratted him out to the police although it is later revealed Krazy-8 was in fact a DEA informant , Emilio and Krazy-8 force Jesse to lead them to his new partner.

Emilio recognizes Walter from the time of his arrest and suggests killing both Walter and Jesse. Walter convinces them to spare their lives if he teaches them his meth formula.

While the three are in the RV, Walt deliberately causes a chemical explosion and flees, trapping Emilio and Krazy-8 inside the RV with deadly phosphine gas.

Emilio dies and Jesse subsequently disposes of his body by dissolving it in hydrofluoric acid , albeit disastrously as it also dissolves Jesse's bathtub.

Domingo Gallardo "Krazy-8" Molina played by Maximino Arciniega [45] is a meth distributor associated with his cousin Emilio and Jesse Pinkman and is the main antagonist of the first half of Season One.

Krazy-8 becomes suspicious of Jesse when Jesse attempts to sell him a new product after Emilio's arrest, and Krazy-8 forces Jesse to take him to Jesse's new partner.

Krazy-8 and Emilio suspect Walter is involved with law enforcement and appear intent on killing him until Walter offers to teach Krazy-8 his drug formula.

While mixing chemicals, Walter creates a small explosion that produces phosphine gas which appears to kill both Emilio and Krazy Emilio dies, but Krazy-8 regains consciousness, prompting Jesse and Walt to imprison him in Jesse's basement for several days as they ponder what to do with him.

Later in the episode, it is implied that Walter disposed of Krazy-8's body with hydrofluoric acid in the same manner as Emilio's.

Krazy-8 also appears in Better Call Saul as part of the Salamanca drug ring. Initially one of the dealers, he takes on a lieutenant role under Nacho after Hector Salamanca suffers a stroke and becomes paralyzed, and continues in this position when Lalo Salamanca arrives from Mexico to oversee operations.

Lalo is the one to have given Domingo the nickname "Ocho Loco" Spanish for "Crazy Eight" based on a bad poker hand he played during one of their games.

Jimmy, as Saul Goodman, creates a ploy that draws Hank to see Domingo, and through Saul's machinations, secures Domingo's release by assuring that he will be Hank's CI.

The fourth-season character Max Arciniega shares his name with the actor who portrayed Krazy Jack Welker played by Michael Bowen is Todd's uncle and the leader of a white supremacist gang.

Walter pays Jack to kill Mike's crew after they are arrested, because Walt fears they can identify him as a member of Gus's operation and may enter into plea bargains since the DEA has stopped the payments Gus had arranged for their families.

Jack's gang kills nine of Mike's men and their lawyer Dan Wachsberger in three prisons, within two minutes, which prevents any of them from warning the others or law enforcement authorities from adding extra protection.

Jack and his crew are later hired by Walter to kill Jesse in exchange for teaching Todd to cook meth one more time. When Walter is lured to the money's location by Jesse, he calls Jack's crew for help, but calls it off when he sees Hank and Gomez are with Jesse.

Nonetheless, Jack and his crew arrive and engage in a shootout with Hank and Gomez. When Walter arrives at his hideout and remotely activates an M60 machine gun, the massive bullet spray kills Jack's henchmen, except Todd who manages to duck in time but is strangled by an enraged Jesse , fatally wounding Jack as well as Walter himself.

Jack, despite his critical condition, still attempts to leverage Walter's remaining money, but Walter coldly shoots him mid-sentence with his own gun, in the same manner that Jack shot Hank.

She is a recovering meth addict and single mother to a young son named Brock played by Ian Posada. Jesse meets her at a drug addicts' support group meeting and initially tries to get her to relapse so she will become a customer of his, but he reverses course when he learns she has a young son to care for.

He engages in a romantic relationship with her, but ends it when he discovers that the year-old boy who killed his friend "Combo" is her younger brother Tomas Cantillo played by Angelo Martinez.

After the break-up, she confronts Jesse at his home about a large sum of money he had left for her at her home. He tells her the money is for her to move out of her bad neighborhood and to help raise her son.

Saul continues to deliver money to her, in her new home, on Jesse's behalf. In Season 4, she and Jesse reunite.

When Brock is poisoned, Jesse rushes to the hospital and stays there until the doctors notify him that Brock will survive. In Season 5, Walt manipulates Jesse into leaving her, by advising Jesse that he would have to be honest with her about all the crimes he has committed.

While Jesse does send them off again, he continues providing for them financially. Walter assigns Jack to watch over the house in case Jesse makes an appearance.

Subsequently, Jack uses her as leverage against Jesse, who is kept prisoner by him and his team to cook meth for them.

After Jesse attempts to escape from Jack's gang, Todd shoots and kills Andrea while Jesse is forced to watch. Brock Cantillo played by Ian Posada is Andrea 's eight-year-old son.

Andrea is a recovering meth addict and single mother. Jesse meets her at a drug addicts' twelve-step program meeting and initially tries to get her to relapse, so she will become his customer, but he reverses course when he meets Brock and realizes she has a young son to care for.

Jesse engages in a romantic relationship with Andrea, but ends it when he discovers that the year-old boy who killed his friend "Combo" is her younger brother Tomas Cantillo played by Angelo Martinez ; however, Jesse continues to offer financial support to Andrea and Brock.

In Season 4, Andrea and Jesse reunite. When Brock gets sick, Jesse rushes to the hospital, and warns the doctors about a possible ricin poisoning, then stays there until the doctors notify him that Brock will survive it turns out that the boy was indeed poisoned, although not with ricin but with lily of the valley ; still, this timely warning put them on the right track.

Jesse fears Brock was poisoned by a ricin cigarette Jesse was carrying. Walt tries to convince Jesse that Gus poisoned Brock.

This manipulation by Walt renews Jesse's loyalty to him rather than to Gus. In the final season's episode " Confessions " Jesse suddenly changes his mind about leaving town and assuming a new identity when he realizes Walt poisoned Brock.

Jesse then rushes to Walt's house and attempts to burn it down, but is intercepted by Hank. Subsequently, Brock and Andrea are used as leverage against Jesse, who is kept prisoner by Todd and Jack's gang to cook meth for them.

After Jesse attempts to escape, Todd shoots and kills Andrea while Jesse is forced to watch. Then Jesse is threatened with Brock's death if he attempts to escape again.

In El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie , Jesse writes a letter to Brock as he prepares to leave for a new life in Alaska with Brock being the only person he shows any interest in communicating with.

After reading the letter, Ed promises to mail it next month when he is in Mexico City , ensuring that Brock will get it and that it cannot be traced back to Jesse in Alaska.

Jane Margolis played by Krysten Ritter is Jesse's neighbor, landlady, and lover. She is a prolific drafter , a skill that she has used to become a tattoo artist despite not having any tattoos.

She is also a recovering drug addict. She discovers that Jesse also has a past interest in drawing, and they become intrigued by each other.

They quickly become a couple, and she relapses into drug addiction, introducing Jesse to heroin. She later phones Walt and successfully threatens to expose him if he refuses to give Jesse his share of money from a major methamphetamine deal with Gus Fring , a deal that Jesse's drug use had nearly ruined.

After Walt drops off Jesse's cut of nearly half a million dollars at his duplex, she and Jesse discuss running away together to New Zealand to start new lives.

They go into Jesse's bedroom and see the heroin, but instead of throwing it away as they had promised themselves earlier, they get high and fall asleep.

That night, Walt returns to the apartment and finds the drugged-out couple unconscious in bed. In the process of trying to wake Jesse from his stupor, Walt accidentally turns Jane onto her back.

She begins to vomit while asleep, and Walt silently stands at the bedside watching her choke and then asphyxiate to death.

Series creator Vince Gilligan explained Walt's motive for allowing Jane to die during a panel discussion about Breaking Bad at the Film Society of Lincoln Center , stating that Walt was afraid Jane's bad influence would lead Jesse to an early death from heroin overdose.

Jane's death leads to significant repercussions throughout the rest of the series, and is largely responsible for Jesse's downward spiral in the first half of the third season , as well as her father Donald 's deep depression which affects him to the point that he fails in his duties as an air-traffic controller and causes a midair collision between a and a King Air " ABQ ".

In the episode " Fly ", while under the influence of sleeping pills, Walt is tormented by his guilt over his inaction the night of Jane's death; he reveals to Jesse that on the same night she died, he unknowingly met her father in a bar realizing it was him only after seeing him on the news following the plane crash , and questions the statistical improbability of that sequence of events, but stops shy of revealing his involvement.

Walt finally reveals the full extent of his role in Jane's death to Jesse in the series' ante-penultimate episode, " Ozymandias ", as a final blow after he ordered Jack to kill him, deeming him responsible for Hank's death and the loss of his fortune.

Jane appears in a flashback in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie , reminding Jesse that sometimes the universe takes people towards bad places, and despite her freespirited nature she considers it better to make life's important decisions by yourself.

Brandon "Badger" Mayhew played by Matt L. Jones is Jesse 's friend. Despite being on probation, Badger still uses drugs.

He had a job as a mascot for a bank, advertising on the street. During Season 1, Badger leaves the job to briefly team up with Jesse in order to cook crystal meth.

However, disagreements between the two soon occur, and they bitterly part ways. In Season 2, Badger and Jesse reconcile, and he helps clear the meth lab from Jesse's basement and assists in hiding Jesse's RV to avert police suspicion.

Walt and Jesse later employ Badger to sell their product, but he is soon arrested, causing complications. Once released, Badger flees New Mexico to lie low in California for a while.

After Badger returns to New Mexico, Jesse takes advantage of him by easily persuading him to start selling for them again.

Later, Badger appears at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting with Skinny Pete , informing a group of recovering drug addicts that "Blue Sky" Walt and Jesse's product is back in town with the intention of finding new buyers.

Soon, he and Skinny Pete begin to find the meetings helpful and continue to attend regularly.

Badger helps Jesse several more times over the series, and is in attendance at Jesse's house party, which lasted several days. Badger is a science fiction fan and discusses an idea for a Star Trek script at length in the episode " Blood Money.

Badger, along with Skinny Pete, appear in El Camino , helping Jesse hide for a night and to distract the police to give time for Jesse to escape.

In particular, Badger drives Skinny Pete's car to the Mexico border while letting Jesse take his own car as Skinny Pete claims that "no self-respecting outlaw would be caught dead in that car.

He served time in prison with Tuco and introduces him to Jesse. Jesse recruits Skinny Pete to deal meth, although Pete is on probation.

When Pete is mugged by two addicts, Jesse is forced to get the money and product back. After Badger is arrested and Combo is killed, Pete quits dealing for Jesse, fearing being sent back to prison and for his own safety.

He decides to sell meth for Jesse again, albeit on a smaller scale. He attends Narcotics Anonymous meetings with Badger. After following the program together and staying clean, they relapse when Jesse tempts them with meth.

After a few days of heavy meth use they leave Jesse's house. In the Season 5 episode " Hazard Pay ," Skinny Pete is shown to be a talented pianist as he plays a small section of C.

Bach 's Solfeggietto at a music store. Skinny Pete is seen briefly in the series finale, having been hired by Walt along with Badger to use laser pointers to imitate sniper rifles when Walt threatens Gretchen and Elliot should they decide to not take his money and give it to his children.

The two are also the ones who tell Walt that indeed his trademark blue meth is still circulating, as pure as when he was producing it with Jesse, indicating that Jesse is still alive, something Walt did not know.

Pete, along with Badger, appears in El Camino , helping Jesse hide for a night and attempt to get rid of Todd Alquist's car. When the Lo-Jack is activated on the car, Pete has Badger take Pete's car to the Mexico border, the opposite direction Jesse is traveling in.

At the same time, Pete takes the El Camino and Jesse takes Badger's car which Pete says no self-respecting outlaw would be caught dead in.

Pete explains that he'll tell the police that Jesse came to him for help and they traded pink slips on their cars, explaining why Pete now has the El Camino.

Pete gives Jesse his trademark hat to help him avoid detection, and when Jesse asks why he's helping, he says Jesse is his hero but it is hinted he is driven by guilt over taking Walter White's money in Felina.

Pete is last seen in the film moving the El Camino to his driveway to await the arrival of the police. Though it was not used in the film, several critics speculated after the premiere that the scene likely occurred after Skinny Pete parted ways with Jesse, making this his final chronological appearance.

Combo is later killed in " Mandala " when a rival drug group corners him while he is dealing methamphetamine on "foreign turf. As he hangs up the phone, a kid on a bicycle shoots him several times, killing him on the street.

Combo's death drives Jesse to spiral into drug addiction. Jesse eventually learns that the kid is Tomas Cantillo, the little brother of his new girlfriend Andrea and that Combo was murdered as part of a gang initiation.

Jesse subsequently seeks retribution upon the dealers for Combo's murder and the murder of Tomas, putting him at odds with Gus Fring.

Due to Jesse's drug abuse, they have a strained relationship with their son, kicking him out of his late aunt's house where Jesse had been living after serving as his aunt's caretaker and friend after discovering a makeshift meth lab in the basement.

Adam and Diane renovate the home, preparing it for sale. Unbeknownst to them, Jesse works with Saul Goodman to reacquire the home.

Claiming to represent an anonymous buyer, Saul presents an offer significantly under market value.

Offended, the Pinkmans begin to leave the negotiating table. As they are leaving, Saul mentions that the home used to host a meth lab, which is not revealed as required in the property disclosures.

Realizing that the home price will plummet and they may be sued, Adam and Diane Pinkman reluctantly accept Saul's offer.

On the closing date, Jesse visits his parents at the newly renovated home. When Jesse heads to the front door, Diane tells Jesse that the house has been sold, and that he needs to leave, as the new owners will be stopping by shortly.

When Jesse does not stop, a confused Mrs. Pinkman asks where he is going. Jesse reveals that he is the new owner. The Pinkmans appear in El Camino , requesting in a news interview that Jesse turn himself in.

Knowing his parents are probably being monitored by the police, Jesse calls, indicates a willingness to turn himself in, and asks them to pick him up.

Before hanging up, Jesse tells his parents they did their best when raising him, and the life he has led and the problems he has caused are his fault, not theirs.

After his parents leave, Jesse's call is revealed to be a ruse to draw them and police away from the house. Jesse enters unobserved and recovers two handguns from his parents' safe, a Colt Woodsman and an Iver Johnson Hammerless.

Jake Pinkman played by Ben Petry is Jesse's younger, over-achieving brother. Jesse accepts the blame for a joint belonging to Jake, which results in Jesse being thrown out of his parents' house.

After apologizing to his brother, Jake asks for his joint back; Jesse responds by crushing it on the sidewalk and informing his brother that the marijuana is of poor quality anyway.

When Jesse attempts to open his parents' safe, he correctly guesses that the combination corresponds to Jake's birthday. Wendy portrayed by Julia Minesci is a meth-addicted street prostitute, who associates with Jesse Pinkman and is featured in the online promotional material as one of Saul Goodman's clients as "Wendy S.

She helps Jesse maintain an alibi and withstands an intense interrogation from Hank Schrader on Jesse's behalf. Recognizing her loyalty to him, Jesse tries to convince her to help him kill two drug dealers who convinced an year-old boy to murder Combo on Gus's orders.

She declines at first, fearing the repercussions, revealing that she has a son whom she needs to protect, but Jesse persuades her to help by drawing a comparison between the murdered boy and her own son.

At the last moment, she is spared the ordeal by Mike, who intervenes to take Jesse to a meeting with the drug dealers. Ernesto portrayed by Brandon K.

After Chuck McGill told Jimmy that he disapproved of his legal career and did not view him as a peer, Ernesto took over the daily supply run to Chuck's house.

After Chuck is hospitalized from questioning the copy store clerk as a result of his EHS , Ernesto covers for Jimmy by explaining to Chuck that Jimmy's quick arrival to aid him was because of him calling Jimmy ahead of time.

As part of a plot to get Jimmy disbarred and likely as revenge for covering for Jimmy , Chuck manipulates Ernesto into hearing part of the recording of Jimmy's confession to the alterations and informing Jimmy via Kim.

After Jimmy breaks into Chuck's house to destroy the tape and is witnessed doing so by Howard, Ernesto is fired for disclosing confidential information.

Huell Babineaux played by Lavell Crawford is Saul Goodman's bodyguard, who also executes various intimidation tactics and performs other errands.

Hired more for his size and pickpocketing skills than his intelligence, he has a condition approximating narcolepsy e.

Jimmy later hires Huell to serve as a bodyguard while Jimmy conducts his business re-selling pre-paid cellular phones.

Huell inadvertently assaults a police officer while protecting Jimmy, and is arrested and faces up to two and a half years in prison as a result.

As Jimmy is still disbarred for another month, he brings in Kim Wexler to defend Huell, who plans to jump bail and flee rather than go to prison.

They forge tens of letters describing Huell as a hero and denouncing his arrest and send them to the judge. The con succeeds in forcing the ADA to accept a plea deal to a lesser misdemeanor, a plea that gets Huell four months probation and time served, ensuring that he does not have to go to prison.

In Breaking Bad, Huell and Kuby are sent to intimidate Ted Beneke into paying his IRS debts with the money Skyler gave him, with no intent of actual violence, but Ted falls while trying to flee, leaving him paraplegic.

In "Buried", Saul sends Huell and Kuby to collect Walt's money from a storage locker, and in "Confessions", Saul tasks Huell with pickpocketing Jesse's marijuana so Jesse will not be high when he contacts Saul's "disappearer" for a new identity.

It is while Jesse is waiting for the disappearer that he realizes his marijuana is gone and understands that Huell had earlier pickpocketed from him the ricin cigarette that Walt had intended for Jesse to use in killing Gus.

Jesse's realization that Huell stole the ricin cigarette enables him to understand that Walt must have poisoned Brock in order to turn Jesse against Gus which turns out to be true, although he did not use the ricin extract for that purpose.

Hank and Gomez later interrogate Huell to learn where Walt hid his money, telling him falsely that Walt intends to kill him to ensure that no one can trace Walt's drug-dealing past.

They use a staged photo of Jesse, who appears to have been killed with a gunshot to the head, to coax Huell into revealing that he and Kuby packed Walt's money into seven barrels, then loaded the barrels into a rented van.

Huell also reveals that the van was so dirty on the outside when Walt returned that they washed it before returning it, implying that Walt's money was buried somewhere in the desert.

Hank and Gomez tell Huell to wait until they come back for him, but they are killed and never return, so his fate remains unknown.

Throughout the countdown, multiple videos were shown of Huell still sitting impatiently in the safehouse, watching the events of " Felina " on the news.

Ed Galbraith played by Robert Forster , also known as "the Disappearer", is an associate of Saul Goodman who specializes in providing criminals with new identities and new places to live.

Ed helps Saul escape to Omaha, Nebraska. During Walt's time in hiding, Ed often visits Walt, bringing him supplies and chemotherapy, though he warns that if Walt leaves the location, their business relationship will be over for good.

A lonely Walt also takes to paying Ed to spend time with him and play cards. In El Camino , Jesse approaches Ed for relocation.

After Jesse obtains the money, Ed smuggles him to a car parked near Haines, Alaska and provides him with false identification documents and a cover story.

Jesse gives Ed a farewell letter for Brock Cantillo, which Ed promises to mail from Mexico City in the near future, wishing Jesse luck on his new life and noting that not many people like them get a fresh start.

In Better Call Saul , in the flashforward at the beginning of season 5's "Magic Man," presumably set after the events of El Camino Saul calls Ed for a second extraction after a cab driver named Jeff recognizes him.

Ed recognizes Saul and agrees to a second extraction, warning that it will cost him double. Saul agrees and Ed sets the extraction at am on Thursday at the same place he dropped Saul off.

After a moment of consideration, Saul changes his mind and tells Ed that he will "fix it myself" instead.

He died of brain cancer on October 11, , the same day the movie was released, though he appeared in Better Call Saul as Ed posthumously.

Originally hired at the Wexler-McGill law firm, she continued to work for Jimmy when he re-branded himself as Saul.

He assists in facilitating the car wash sale to the Whites by impersonating an environmental inspector, and later intimidates Ted Beneke with Huell's help.

He also aids Walt, Jesse, and Mike in their train robbery and helps Huell collect Walt's money from storage.

Before moving to Albuquerque, Kuby was involved in organized crime in Boston. When Walt had to leave class to vomit a consequence of his chemotherapy , Hugo comforted him and cleaned up after him.

After the DEA connects missing school equipment to methamphetamine production, Hugo is one of the initial suspects because of the access his custodial duties afford him.

Hugo is soon placed under arrest for possession of marijuana and fired; after a search of his home, more marijuana is found but no methamphetamine or items that could connect him with the meth investigation.

He gives Skyler back her old job back as his accountant during the second season. Ted has always been attracted to Skyler but does not make any advances after she returns.

Ted commits tax fraud to keep the company alive and save everyone's jobs, which he admits to Skyler when she finds irregularities in the company's books.

Skyler has an affair with Ted in season three to exact revenge against Walt, but ignores Ted's offer to leave some of her things at his house.

When Walt finds out about their affair, he tries to confront Ted, who hides in his office. This escalates into a scene where Walt is escorted out by security guards and the company staff becomes aware of Skyler's relationship with Ted.

Skyler gets angry at Ted when he shows up at her house to ask about their relationship, and she later severs both her personal and professional ties with him.

In season 4, Ted meets with Skyler, who is now running a car wash, and notifies her of an Internal Revenue Service IRS investigation into his company's taxes.

At the start of the fifth season, Saul informs Skyler that something happened to Ted, causing her to conclude that he died. Saul tells her that Ted is alive, but hospitalized.

When Skyler visits him, she sees that Ted is rigidly sitting upright and wearing a halo brace. Clovis played by Tom Kiesche is Badger's cousin who operates a vehicle towing and repair service.

When Jesse's RV quits running, Clovis charges him an exorbitant amount to tow and store the vehicle, due to its cargo.

Clovis repairs the RV and catches Jesse sleeping in it after Jesse has scaled the fence and destroyed a portable toilet in the process after being evicted from his home.

Clovis orders Jesse to pay for the repairs and property damage and then threatens to sell off Jesse's inventory to cover the repairs, when Jesse claims he cannot furnish immediate payment.

Jesse again breaks into the gated lot and drives through the gate without paying for the repairs. Clovis later sells Jesse a used red Toyota Tercel hatchback.

Jesse decides to retrieve the RV, but Walter has warned Clovis that the DEA is looking for it, forcing Clovis to bring it to a junkyard to be destroyed.

He frequently gives Walt Jr. Delcavoli played by David House is Walt's physician during the first two seasons.

He is said to be one of the top 10 oncologists in the United States. Stacey Ehrmantraut portrayed by Kerry Condon is Mike Ehrmantraut's widowed daughter-in-law and the mother of Kaylee; Mike's granddaughter.

Old Joe played by Larry Hankin is the owner of a local junkyard. He aids Walt and Jesse on several occasions by using his car crusher in addition to sharing his knowledge of the legal limits on police procedure and evidence gathering.

He also provides the magnet system used to wipe the evidence from Gus's laptop, and constructs the portable laboratory equipment used in the Vamonos Pest undercover meth lab operation.

His actual name is not revealed. He takes a calm, non-judgmental approach to leading discussions and emphasizes that those attending his sessions are there not to improve themselves, but to learn self-acceptance.

During an outdoor session at a campfire, he reveals to Jesse and other recovering addicts that in July , while drunk on vodka and high on cocaine, he killed his six-year-old daughter by accidentally hitting her with his car.

Jesse, still reeling from Jane's death, asks the Group Leader how can he not hate himself for what happened. The Group Leader responds that self-hatred and guilt stand in the way of achieving true change.

The Group Leader is seen again in Season 4, when Jesse returns to a session distraught about killing Gale. During the session, Jesse breaks down and yells at the Group Leader, claiming that his philosophy about "accepting yourself" for making mistakes is wrong and people should be judged for the things they have done.

Jesse then asks the Group Leader if he just accepts himself for killing his daughter and admits to the whole group that the only reason he comes to these meetings in the first place is to sell meth to them.

He asks the Group Leader if he is okay with that, to which the group leader responds, "No. He sold Walt a. Walt purchases an M60 machine gun from Lawson in the restroom of a Denny's.

After the purchase he gives Walt the keys to the car that has the M60 hidden in the trunk. Clifford Main played by Ed Begley Jr.

Donald Margolis played by John de Lancie is Jane 's father. He owns the building his daughter managed for him. He sent Jane to rehab once before and goes with her to recovery meetings.

Donald becomes furious when he discovers that his daughter is back on heroin, suspecting Jesse is at fault in fact, it is the other way around; she initiated Jesse to heroin, although they are both enabling each other.

He nearly calls the police but relents when Jane promises to go back into rehab. Depressed, he goes to a bar and strikes up a conversation with a stranger about the heartache of raising children—that stranger turns out to be Walter White, who has recently been blackmailed by Donald's daughter Jane, although he does not realize the coincidence at the moment.

Donald's words inspire Walter to help Jesse get clean from heroin. Walt returns to Jesse's apartment and witnesses Jane choking to death on her vomit while intoxicated on heroin.

Heartbroken, Donald is present when the paramedics remove Jane's body and hardly reacts to Jesse's presence. A month later, he returns to work as an air traffic controller while still distraught and causes a mid-air collision of two airplanes just above Albuquerque.

The collision kills people—which explains the recurring images in the Season 2 flash-forwards of a burned pink teddy bear floating in Walter's pool.

Shortly after the incident, Walter hears via his in-car radio that Margolis is rushed to the hospital after a self-inflicted gunshot wound; however, Walt turns the radio off before Margolis' fate is revealed.

Later on, in the episode " Fly ", Walter recalls that unlikely sequence of events, telling Jesse about the encounter at the bar he only realized that this man was Jane's father after he saw him on the news following the disaster , and wonders about the possible meaning of the coincidence.

In Season 3, Walt makes an awkward pass at her as an attempt at "revenge" for Skyler's infidelity with Ted , resulting in him being placed on an indefinite sabbatical.

Bill Oakley portrayed by Peter Diseth is a deputy district attorney. Pamela played by Julie Dretzin is a divorce attorney hired by Skyler in the third season.

Skyler confides in Pamela that Walter is a drug dealer, and Pamela urges her to contact the police. Gretchen Schwartz played by Jessica Hecht is Walt's former college chemistry assistant and now co-owner of Gray Matter , a successful pharmaceutical company.

A former romantic interest of Walter's, she is married to Walter's former partner and friend, Elliott Schwartz played by Adam Godley , who created Gray Matter alongside Walt.

Gretchen discovers that Walter lied to his family, having told them she and Elliott are paying for his treatment, and is horrified when Walter angrily and bitterly blames her and Elliott for ruining his life.

His position in the industry allowed him to take time away from the criminal life to be with his granddaughter, whom he loved dearly.

Mike may have played for a criminally hardwired team, but his intentions were purely good. His loyalty overshadowed everything else.

Perhaps the most unique thing about Mike is that when he put his mind to something, he did everything he could to make something happen.

However, his life was continually disrupted by others, which eventually prompted him to make a fateful decision. Married to the infamous Walter White, Skyler was one of the most controversial characters on Breaking Bad.

She was often portrayed as frustrated and nosy, however with a husband in the meth industry she had plenty of substantial reasons to be.

As the mother of a teenage son and infant daughter, her main priority was her family. Although some fans disliked Skyler for her whiny demeanor and worrisome decisions — which included an affair with her boss — she remained loyal to Walter in many other ways.

Skyler continued to put her family above everything else as she worked to keep her children safe, even if that meant protecting them from their own father.

In a series where everything is corrupted by greed and violence, Hank Schrader was the driving force for good that frequently kept the show from erupting into turmoil.

As a Drug Enforcement Administration agent, it was his job to be on top of everything going on in the drug industry — and it just so happened that his brother-in-law was leading the game.

This dynamic created the ultimate heart-pumping exhilaration that made the show so successful. Despite this, the good in him stood out over the bad tenfold.

In addition to that, Hank was excellent at his job and held great passion for the work that he did.

This ended up acting against him when the drug cartel put a hit out on him. He fell to his lowest point — paralyzing him from the waist down.

Nonetheless, his troubles managed to highlight every good aspect about such a well-rounded character as he pulled through nearly everything that was hurdled against him, making him one of the most prominent members of the show.

Walter White went from a mild high school teacher and loving father to potentially the darkest character in television history. Watching someone go from a caring dad expecting his second child to completely betraying every single person he knew was a challenge almost no other show has ever done.

When you truly look at Walter as an individual and consider his intentions, he became a cruel and twisted individual — miles away from the man he once was.

Walter started out as a traditional nobody, with a few low-paying jobs, an array of missed opportunities in life, and the sudden and unexpected discovery of cancer.

With a degree in chemistry, this prompted him to devise a plan that would support his family long after his sickness could take hold of his life completely — but this was also the beginning of the end.

Caught in the cycle of crime and violence, he soon realizes that he cannot to stop it. A prime example of this is in the drastic decisions he makes as the show progresses.

Despite being a heinous villain, Heisenberg, had many redeeming qualities that kept his character raw and real.

His wit and confidence stood out more prominently as he developed from season to season. From the series start to finish, he acted as a regular manufacturer and distributor of methamphetamine alongside his partner and the multitude of characters that the pair worked with throughout their time in the drug trade.

Jesse started off by cooking and distributing meth with his original partner, Emilio Koyama. This was short-lived though.

The DEA discovered his small, homerun lab.

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After moving to the US, Gus sets up a college scholarship in Max's name which Gale Boetticher won one year and determines to avenge his friend's death.

The character Maximino Arciniega shares his name with the real-life actor who plays Krazy-8 in Season 1.

Gale Boetticher played by David Costabile is a chemist hired by Gus Fring to help set up the new laboratory and serve as Walt's "lab assistant.

Gale had been pursuing his doctorate in Colorado under an NSF grant but realized that it was not the life for him because he loves being in the lab and wanted to preserve the "magic" he saw in chemistry.

He describes himself as a " nerd " and a " libertarian. He is a fan of foreign language music, appears to speak fluent Italian , and is fond of Walt Whitman.

During the events of Better Call Saul Gale is working as a post-graduate student and researcher at the University of New Mexico , and discretely helps Gus to test the quality of meth by a new process, as Gus seeks to divest his need for drugs from the Mexican cartel.

At some point before events of the third season of Breaking Bad , Gale helps Gus plan out space requirements and the equipment needed to produce large quantities of meth in Gus's underground laboratory under the industry laundry, and then sets up and tests it once it arrives.

Though Gale is capable of producing meth, the quality pales in comparison to the blue meth that Walter has produced for Gus.

Gus convinces Walter to work for him, and introduces him to Gale as his assistant, who shows great admiration for the quality of Walter's product.

As a side project, Gale is shown working on a process for brewing a superior cup of coffee and impresses Walt with his results.

He tells Gale that Walt has terminal cancer and that meth production cannot halt because of its high overhead. In reality, Walt is in remission, and Gus is planning to kill Walt, whom he now considers a liability for his unpredictable behavior after he killed two street dealers to save Jesse's life and his relationship with Hank, who continues to get closer to the truth as he investigates the source of the blue meth.

Gale agrees to take over the lab full-time after one more cook with Walt. Walt realizes that Gus plans to replace him and has Jesse locate Gale's address so that Walt can kill him to ensure Gus still requires Jesse and Walt's services.

Walt convinces them to let him speak to Jesse under the pretense of luring Jesse to the lab to be killed. Instead, Walt tells Jesse to kill Gale as quickly as possible, before Victor can prevent it.

Jesse arrives at Gale's apartment before Victor and reluctantly shoots Gale. During the investigation at Gale's apartment, his lab notes are shown on a table close to his body.

After reviewing it, Hank shows it to Walt and Walt Jr. As Hank investigates Gale and discovers Gus's fingerprints inside the apartment, he begins to suspect Gus of being connected to the meth trade.

Hank finally realizes that Walt is Heisenberg after finding a book of Whitman poems at Walt's house and seeing that the "W. Duane Chow played by James Ning is the owner of Golden Moth Chemical, an industrial chemical manufacturing company that supplies chemicals to Gus's drug empire.

Chow's captors are later killed by Mike, who shoots Chow in the hand for not telling Gus about the situation.

Chow is also on the list of eleven men whom Lydia suggests that Mike kill before they can make a plea deal with the DEA but Mike refuses.

Lydia then hires one of the eleven, Chris Mara, to kill the other ten, and adds Mike to the list.

Mara starts with Chow, whom he uses to lure Mike into a trap before shooting Chow in the head. Mike thwarts the attempt on his own life after getting from Chris the information Lydia gave him, and then kills Chris.

He is in constant contact with Lydia Rodarte-Quayle, who tells him which containers she has taken off the manifests, which he sends to Golden Moth Chemical Company in Albuquerque, which in turn forwards them on to Lavanderia Brilliante and Gus's lab.

Forenall is arrested after Hank and Gomez arrive at Madrigal's warehouse in Houston and Lydia identifies him in the warehouse.

Forenall is last seen in a hallway when a prison door is shut and he is stabbed to death by the Neo-Nazis. Per Gus's instructions, he provides Mike with cocaine to prepare a trap for Hector's smugglers when they cross the border.

Tyrus Kitt played by Ray Campbell is one of Gus's henchmen. After Victor is killed, Gus promotes him to serve as Mike's second-in-command, monitoring Walt and Jesse's activities both inside and outside the lab.

He is indirectly killed by Hector during the latter's showdown with Gus. Chris Mara played by Christopher King is one of Gus's henchmen and Mike Ehrmantraut's errand runners, who runs errands among Fring, the mules, and the dealers.

One of his other side jobs is to assist Tyrus Kitt in monitoring who is coming and going through the doors of both the Albuquerque Police Department and the DEA's Albuquerque office.

Chris first appears in "Bug," where he is shown taking cover when Gaff opens fire on the operatives at the Los Pollos distribution center, killing one of them while Jesse stands paralyzed.

He is later shown among the men looking for Walt when Walt goes into hiding. He also is the one to drive Gus to the retirement home. However, Mike sees Chris's car parked in Chow's driveway and senses that this is a trap.

Mike outsmarts Chris with a toy on Chow's front door while he sneaks into Chow's house from the back.

Mike then dispatches Chris in the same way that Chris killed Chow. Dennis Markowski played by Mike Batayeh is the former manager of Lavanderia Brilliante, the industrial laundromat which served as the cover for Gus's superlab.

Dennis agrees to keep his mouth shut when Mike ensures that he will still receive his money from the drug empire.

Dennis is later killed on Walt's orders by several other inmates who pour flammable liquid into Dennis's cell and ignite it, burning him alive.

Victor played by Jeremiah Bitsui is Gus's loyal henchman. He appears throughout Better Call Saul from season three onward with Gus's introduction to the story, acting as Gus's bodyguard and enforcer along with Tyrus.

Within Breaking Bad , he first appears as an apparent fellow customer in Los Pollos Hermanos, when he suddenly confronts Walter and tersely conveys Gus's non-negotiable offer to purchase Walter's meth and arrange for delivery within the hour.

Gus instructs Victor to give half of the money for Jesse's meth to Walter as a way to convince Walter to cook again. Walt suspects Gus is preparing to kill him and conspires with Jesse to kill Gale, making Walt indispensable as the only remaining cook.

Victor picks up Walt from his home, telling him there is a leak in the lab. Walt is greeted by Mike when he arrives and deduces they plan to kill him.

Walt begs Mike to spare him, offering to turn Jesse over. Under the pretext of contacting Jesse to lure him to a meeting, Walt convinces Mike and Victor to allow him to call Jesse using his cell phone.

However, instead of arranging a meeting, Walt instructs Jesse to kill Gale before Mike kills Walt, leaving Walter as the only chemist available to Gus.

Victor races to stop Jesse from killing Gale but arrives too late; he enters Gale's apartment and is seen by neighbors. He reveals that he knows how to cook meth himself from watching Walt and singlehandedly begins preparing a full batch in front of him.

However, when Gus arrives, he unexpectedly murders Victor by slicing his throat with a box cutter. Walt, Jesse, and Mike are then forced to dispose of Victor's body using hydrofluoric acid , echoing Walt and Jesse's previous experience with Emilio.

Dan Wachsberger played by Chris Freihofer is an attorney hired by Mike Ehrmantraut to represent Ron Forenall, Dennis Markowski, and the other seven surviving members of Gustavo Fring 's operation running out of the Lavanderia Brilliante in Albuquerque.

Wachsberger takes the money Mike Ehrmantraut's "legacy costs" from Mike and then deposits it to ten safety deposit boxes at the Cradock Marine Bank in Albuquerque: nine for Gus's surviving guys and their families to use in lieu of their "hazard pay" and one larger box for Mike's granddaughter Kaylee on her 18th birthday.

Dan signs in and tells the attending guard, Darla, that he has brought in his "paralegal" and they have come to see Dennis Markowski.

Dorothy gives Dan access to the safety deposit boxes at Cradock Marine Bank. Eventually, Hank and Gomez discover Mike and Dan's transactions and their safety deposit boxes at Cradock Marine Bank, and Gomez is sent to investigate.

Gomez and his agents discover Dan making his routine drops in these boxes, arrest him, and successfully induce Dan to give them Mike.

The next and last time Wachsberger appears, he is in federal lockup at La Tuna near the Texas border outside of Las Cruces , when, on Walt's orders, he is stabbed to death at the same time the nine surviving members of Gus's operation are also killed off, including Ron Forenall and Dennis Markowski.

He first met Gus Fring at a business meeting twenty years prior to the start of the series, where Gus and his partner Max attempted to propose a business deal wherein they would produce methamphetamine for the cartel.

Unimpressed by their pitch, Don Eladio had Max executed for manipulating him into a meeting, but spared Gus's life due to an unrevealed past in Chile.

Following the deaths of Juan Bolsa and the Cousins, and Gus's subsequent establishment of the superlab, Don Eladio orders retribution through his henchman Gaff, hijacking meth deliveries and killing some of Gus's operatives.

After Jesse cooks a successful batch, Eladio invites the three to a party at his villa attended by multiple capos of the cartel, toasting their new business venture with a bottle of premium tequila supplied by Gus, and chiding the latter for needing to be kept in line every twenty years.

However, shortly afterwards the capos begin to collapse, victims of a poison Gus had put in the tequila. Eladio realizes that Gus who has vomited up some of the poisoned tequila then soon after is given an antidote after escaping to his prepared field hospital has betrayed him, but he collapses dead into the swimming pool before he can take any action.

He reappears in Better Call Saul through a flashback, meeting and ridiculing Hector in his hacienda because of his inferiority to Gus Fring.

Juan Bolsa played by Javier Grajeda is a high-level member of the Mexican drug cartel to which the Salamanca family and Gus belong.

Within Better Call Saul he generally acts as the voice of the cartel to mitigate issues between the Salamancas and Gus Fring, wanting to make sure both are successful in their drug sales to help earn profits for the cartel but often secreting working deals with one side or the other for his own benefit.

When the Salamanca's trucking route for smuggling drugs from Mexico is disrupted, Bolsa orders that they will use Gus's trucks instead, indirectly giving Gus more power over the Salamancas.

Bolsa intercedes when Gus informs Lalo and himself about the fate of Werner Zeigler, telling Lalo that the cartel considers the matter closed.

Similarly, when Lalo Salamanca is seeking to arrange for Jimmy McGill to get his bail money to get out of jail, Bolsa discretely arranges for a squad of gunmen to attack Jimmy, believing that keeping Lalo in prison is in Gus's best interests but unaware that Gus had his own plans.

He is also the cartel's liaison with Gus, and the one who arranges a meeting among Gus, the Cousins, and Hector to determine how to handle Walter following Tuco's death.

Bolsa tells Gus he will urge the Salamanca family to be patient but advises that Gus risks losing favor with the cartel if he does not finish his business with Walter quickly.

He goes on to say that he cannot guarantee the Cousins will listen to reason and leave Walter alive until his business with Gus is done.

Gus secretly sanctions an attack on Hank instead of Walter, resulting in severe injuries to Hank and the deaths of The Cousins.

Both characters are high-ranking members of powerful crime families who are very level-headed, well-spoken, and act as intermediaries between their families and others.

Hector Salamanca played by Mark Margolis is the elderly Don who was once a brutal Mexican drug kingpin and an associate of cartel boss Don Eladio.

However, a stroke has rendered him unable to walk or speak, and he communicates only by ringing a hotel's front desk call bell attached to his wheelchair.

Despite this, he is still of sound mind. Though brutal, Hector is very loyal. He spent 17 years in San Quentin State Prison , never once revealing any information to the authorities.

He taught his nephews that family is everything and lives by the creed himself. Hector loathes Gustavo Fring , calling him "chicken man" "hombre gallina" in Spanish, literally "hen man" and a "dirty South American.

In the season 2 premiere, Tuco kidnaps Walt and Jesse and brings them to his disabled uncle Hector's decrepit shack of a home.

Walt attempts to poison Tuco's food with a hidden vial of ricin, but Hector is shown to be of sound mind and he saves Tuco by knocking the food onto the floor.

After killing Tuco in a shootout, Hank Schrader takes Hector in for questioning. Hector refuses to cooperate and defecates in his pants, much to the disgust of everyone in the interrogation room.

Afterwards, he is sent to a nursing home near Albuquerque. In season 3, The Cousins sneak into the U. They visit Hector, their uncle, who gives them Walter White's name.

When the hit is narrowly avoided through the intervention of Mike and Gus, The Cousins bring Hector to a meeting with Gus.

Gus is able to postpone the hit for the time being by telling Hector that Walt is invaluable to the cartel's methamphetamine operations.

In the season 4 finale, Walt is able to convince Hector to help him lure Gus into the open. Suspecting Hector of being an informant, Tyrus alerts Gus.

Gus and Tyrus plan to kill Hector during a meeting in his nursing home room and Gus orders Hector to look at him.

When a sorrowful-looking Hector finally looks at Gus something Gus wanted Hector to do all season , Hector's facial expression changes to wrath as he begins repeatedly ringing his bell.

Gus realizes that the bell is attached to a bomb under Hector's wheelchair and tries to run, but is caught in the explosion. Hector and Tyrus are instantly killed, while Gus dies a few moments after leaving the room.

Mike refuses, but Hector makes repeated attempts to intimidate Mike into accepting, from having men break into Mike's house to having The Cousins threaten Mike's granddaughter.

Despite complying with Hector's demands, Mike is not happy about the threats to Kaylee's life and retaliates by attacking an ice cream truck transporting Hector's drug cash.

Hector kills a witness who stopped to aid the driver, and later has the Cousins kill the driver and bury him in the desert. While Hector and the Cousins are preparing to kill the driver, Mike attempts to shoot Hector with a sniper rifle, but is stopped by someone unseen, who sets off his car horn and leaves a note warning him not to do it.

Mike later learns it was Gus who tracked his location and warned him against killing Hector; Gus intends to take over Hector's drug operation, and believes the time is not yet right.

Hector is in competition with Gus for control of cross-border drug smuggling. The conflict escalates after Mike attacks another of Hector's trucks, this time planting drugs and causing two of Hector's drivers to get arrested at the customs inspection station.

Juan Bolsa directs Gus to take over transportation of Hector's drugs, not realizing this is exactly what Gus wants. After Hector starts planning to take over Nacho's father's business for his own use, Nacho turns on Hector and enacts a plan where he switches out Hector's heart medication for ibuprofen.

Gus arranges for a specialist, Dr. Over the next few months, her therapy regimen restores Hector's mental faculties, but he's unable to speak and he's immobile except for the index finger of his right hand.

Gus has her discontinue treatment, effectively trapping his sound mind in his unhealed body. He is unpredictable and prone to violent outbursts, and often gets high on some of the drugs that lead to this behavior.

In flashbacks during Breaking Bad , it is shown that Hector often punished Tuco along with the Cousins as kids.

Tuco and his grandmother are inadvertently targeted as part of one of Jimmy's cons along with two skateboarders. Tuco along with Nacho takes Jimmy and the skateboarders out to the desert to kill them but Jimmy pleads for their release.

Tuco eventually gives in, breaking one leg of each of the skateboarders as a warning and letting them go, though Nacho recognizes Jimmy as a shrewd lawyer going forward from the incident.

Later, Nacho recognizes Tuco's behavior within the Salamancas has become more erratic. Having seen Mike's methods before, Nacho asks Mike if he could help assassinate Tuco, but Mike suggests an alternate plan instead: Mike creates a situation in which Tuco threatens him with a gun in front of the police, resulting in Tuco being charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

Hector convinces Mike to claim the gun was his, so that Tuco is convicted on a lesser charge of assault and receives a shorter sentence.

However, while in prison, Tuco stabs another inmate and injures a corrections officer, adding more time to his sentence.

At the end of season five, approximately four years before the Breaking Bad events, Lalo tells Hector that Tuco has roughly a year left on his sentence.

At the start of events of Breaking Bad , Tuco is one of the first major drug deals that Walt and Jesse approach to sell their product.

After Walt and Jesse witness him brutally assault and murder one of his henchmen, they plan to poison him by coating their next delivery of meth with ricin.

Tuco then carjacks Jesse and kidnaps him and Walt, suspecting they reported the murder to the authorities.

Tuco forces Walt and Jesse into Jesse's trunk, and drives to the remote desert house of his uncle, Hector , who cannot walk or speak due to a previous stroke.

He reveals that his cousins Leonel and Marco are coming to the house to take them all to Mexico, where Walt will cook his blue meth for the cartel.

Thinking Hector is unaware of his surroundings, Walt sprinkles Tuco's food with ricin while Tuco is not looking, but Hector foils the plan.

Tuco realizes what Walt intended and attacks Jesse while threatening to kill him with an M16 rifle. During the ensuing scuffle, Jesse shoots Tuco in the abdomen.

Hank arrives, having followed the LoJack signal of Jesse's car in the belief that Jesse is selling marijuana to Walt.

Walt and Jesse hide nearby and see Tuco stagger to Jesse's car, recover his rifle, and fire at Hank.

Hank returns fire with a Glock pistol and kills Tuco. Their austere, mechanical physicality and virtually non-verbal interaction makes them a fearsome presence and they kill without hesitation or emotion.

Leonel and Marco's killings included the decapitation by machete of Tortuga, whose head was then attached to a tortoise as part of a bomb which inflicted casualties on several DEA agents.

After Marco caught his breath, Hector reinforced the lesson that "family is all. They are first shown threatening Mike's granddaughter Kaylee when Mike refuses to recant his testimony against Tuco.

When Mike is waiting to shoot Hector from a hilltop with a sniper rifle, he sees Leonel and Marco kill the Salamanca's ice cream truck driver and drug smuggler Ximenez Lecerda, who Mike had robbed a few days earlier.

When Hector suffers a stroke, a result of taking placebo medication that Nacho had planted instead of his nitroglycerin pills for his heart condition, the Cousins quickly arrive to watch over Hector at the hospital and refuse to leave his side.

Gus, who has a vested interest in deciding Hector's fate as revenge for Max, arranges for a skilled therapist fluent in Spanish to see to Hector's recovery and explain his health to the Cousins.

Separately, Gus learns what Nacho did with the pills, and forces Nacho to become his mole. To establish this story, Gus kills Arturo the next time he and Nacho come to pick up the Salamanca supply of drugs, and has their car driven to the remote desert and fired repeatedly into it, and then critically wound Nacho to make it look like a rival gang attacked and stole the drugs.

Nacho calls the Cousins for help, who come to destroy the evidence, take Nacho to Dr. Caldera for immediate help, and then attack the headquarters of the rival drug gang to recover the "stolen" drugs that Gus has planted there.

As their activities have drawn police attention, the Cousins return to Mexico. This gives Gus the opportunity to dismiss the therapist and leave Hector in a state where he can only move his eyes and his right index finger.

En route to being smuggled into the US, they hid with other undocumented immigrants in the back of a hay truck, and killed the entire group when one recognized them by their silver skull boot tips.

Victor told Gus, who contacted the cartel. The Cousins then received a text message telling them to abort, so they left without Walter knowing they had been there.

Mike later found outside Walt's house a chalk drawing of a scythe, which he believed the Cousins have left to send the message that their murder of Walt was imminent.

Gus redirected the Cousins by telling them Hank killed Tuco, and he told them they had his permission to kill Hank even though the cartel refrained from killing law enforcement officers, because that would draw undue attention to their activities.

Leonel and Marco moved to kill Hank, but Gus anonymously warned Hank just before the confrontation. Aware of the threat, Hank saw Leonel advancing on him and backed his car up quickly, trapping Leonel between his car and another, which crushed Leonel's legs.

Marco opened fire on Hank, who escaped out the passenger side door and crawled away. Marco strode after Hank, shooting and killing a passerby who surprised him, while another bystander escaped the same fate when Marco stopped to reload.

Hank then surprised Marco from behind and shot him in the chest four times, but all four bullets were stopped by Marco's bulletproof vest.

Marco shot Hank twice in the chest, but rather than finish him off with another shot, Marco returned to his car for an axe. Hank took advantage of the pause to load Leonel's empty gun with a hollow-point round that Marco had dropped next to him.

When Marco re-approached Hank, Hank killed him with a shot to the head. To silence Leonel while he was in the hospital following his leg amputation, Gus distracted the police assigned to the security detail by bringing them food from Los Pollos Hermanos, giving Mike the opportunity to sneak into Leonel's room and administer a lethal injection.

Leonel died, and Mike quietly disposed of the syringe he used, unnoticed by the police officers nearby. Gaff played by Maurice Compte is a member of Don Eladio's drug cartel.

He is first seen coordinating the hijacking of a Los Pollos Hermanos truck that is transporting drugs and killing the guards inside by filling it with engine exhaust fumes.

Later, Gaff kills one of Gus's men with a sniper rifle at the chicken farm but stops shooting when Gus presents himself as a target and agrees to negotiate with Eladio.

Gaff is present when the cartel is poisoned; Mike garrotes him as he checks on the ill Eladio. Gonzo played by Jesus Payan Jr.

He dies while moving No Doze's body from under a stack of cars in a junkyard; the stack shifts and catches his arm under it, partially severing it and causing him to bleed to death.

When Walter and Jesse learn he is dead, they incorrectly assume that Tuco is killing any witnesses to No Doze's murder, and fear for their own lives.

Later, when Tuco finds Gonzo is not returning his calls, he falsely believes Gonzo is working as a police informant. No Doze played by Cesar Garcia is one of the head lieutenants in Tuco's drug organization.

Tuco beats him to death for telling Walter and Jesse, "Just remember who you're working for," which Tuco takes as an insult to his intelligence and an encroachment on his authority.

A hidden bomb in the head then explodes, killing the tortoise and a DEA agent, and severely injuring several of the DEA agents and Mexican policemen on the scene.

Hank is physically unharmed as he was far enough from the explosion, but later develops post-traumatic stress syndrome. Declan played by Louis Ferreira is a meth dealer who operates in Phoenix, Arizona.

Declan refuses, so Lydia arranges for Jack's gang to kill Declan's whole crew, take the remaining methylamine, and continue production with Todd as the cook.

Emilio Koyama played by John Koyama is Jesse's former partner in the meth business and Krazy 8's cousin.

According to Jesse, they met when they were still in elementary school. In the "Pilot" episode, Emilio is arrested during a DEA raid on a house at which Walter is present during a "ride along" with Hank in which the DEA is looking for a meth supplier who goes by the street name "Captain Cook" Jesse himself.

As Jesse proposes Krazy-8 to manage the distribution of the superior quality methamphetamine he produced with his new partner, he realized that Emilio made bail.

Suspicious that Jesse ratted him out to the police although it is later revealed Krazy-8 was in fact a DEA informant , Emilio and Krazy-8 force Jesse to lead them to his new partner.

Emilio recognizes Walter from the time of his arrest and suggests killing both Walter and Jesse. Walter convinces them to spare their lives if he teaches them his meth formula.

While the three are in the RV, Walt deliberately causes a chemical explosion and flees, trapping Emilio and Krazy-8 inside the RV with deadly phosphine gas.

Emilio dies and Jesse subsequently disposes of his body by dissolving it in hydrofluoric acid , albeit disastrously as it also dissolves Jesse's bathtub.

Domingo Gallardo "Krazy-8" Molina played by Maximino Arciniega [45] is a meth distributor associated with his cousin Emilio and Jesse Pinkman and is the main antagonist of the first half of Season One.

Krazy-8 becomes suspicious of Jesse when Jesse attempts to sell him a new product after Emilio's arrest, and Krazy-8 forces Jesse to take him to Jesse's new partner.

Krazy-8 and Emilio suspect Walter is involved with law enforcement and appear intent on killing him until Walter offers to teach Krazy-8 his drug formula.

While mixing chemicals, Walter creates a small explosion that produces phosphine gas which appears to kill both Emilio and Krazy Emilio dies, but Krazy-8 regains consciousness, prompting Jesse and Walt to imprison him in Jesse's basement for several days as they ponder what to do with him.

Later in the episode, it is implied that Walter disposed of Krazy-8's body with hydrofluoric acid in the same manner as Emilio's.

Krazy-8 also appears in Better Call Saul as part of the Salamanca drug ring. Initially one of the dealers, he takes on a lieutenant role under Nacho after Hector Salamanca suffers a stroke and becomes paralyzed, and continues in this position when Lalo Salamanca arrives from Mexico to oversee operations.

Lalo is the one to have given Domingo the nickname "Ocho Loco" Spanish for "Crazy Eight" based on a bad poker hand he played during one of their games.

Jimmy, as Saul Goodman, creates a ploy that draws Hank to see Domingo, and through Saul's machinations, secures Domingo's release by assuring that he will be Hank's CI.

The fourth-season character Max Arciniega shares his name with the actor who portrayed Krazy Jack Welker played by Michael Bowen is Todd's uncle and the leader of a white supremacist gang.

Walter pays Jack to kill Mike's crew after they are arrested, because Walt fears they can identify him as a member of Gus's operation and may enter into plea bargains since the DEA has stopped the payments Gus had arranged for their families.

Jack's gang kills nine of Mike's men and their lawyer Dan Wachsberger in three prisons, within two minutes, which prevents any of them from warning the others or law enforcement authorities from adding extra protection.

Jack and his crew are later hired by Walter to kill Jesse in exchange for teaching Todd to cook meth one more time. When Walter is lured to the money's location by Jesse, he calls Jack's crew for help, but calls it off when he sees Hank and Gomez are with Jesse.

Nonetheless, Jack and his crew arrive and engage in a shootout with Hank and Gomez. When Walter arrives at his hideout and remotely activates an M60 machine gun, the massive bullet spray kills Jack's henchmen, except Todd who manages to duck in time but is strangled by an enraged Jesse , fatally wounding Jack as well as Walter himself.

Jack, despite his critical condition, still attempts to leverage Walter's remaining money, but Walter coldly shoots him mid-sentence with his own gun, in the same manner that Jack shot Hank.

She is a recovering meth addict and single mother to a young son named Brock played by Ian Posada. Jesse meets her at a drug addicts' support group meeting and initially tries to get her to relapse so she will become a customer of his, but he reverses course when he learns she has a young son to care for.

He engages in a romantic relationship with her, but ends it when he discovers that the year-old boy who killed his friend "Combo" is her younger brother Tomas Cantillo played by Angelo Martinez.

After the break-up, she confronts Jesse at his home about a large sum of money he had left for her at her home. He tells her the money is for her to move out of her bad neighborhood and to help raise her son.

Saul continues to deliver money to her, in her new home, on Jesse's behalf. In Season 4, she and Jesse reunite. When Brock is poisoned, Jesse rushes to the hospital and stays there until the doctors notify him that Brock will survive.

In Season 5, Walt manipulates Jesse into leaving her, by advising Jesse that he would have to be honest with her about all the crimes he has committed.

While Jesse does send them off again, he continues providing for them financially. Walter assigns Jack to watch over the house in case Jesse makes an appearance.

Subsequently, Jack uses her as leverage against Jesse, who is kept prisoner by him and his team to cook meth for them. After Jesse attempts to escape from Jack's gang, Todd shoots and kills Andrea while Jesse is forced to watch.

Brock Cantillo played by Ian Posada is Andrea 's eight-year-old son. Andrea is a recovering meth addict and single mother.

Jesse meets her at a drug addicts' twelve-step program meeting and initially tries to get her to relapse, so she will become his customer, but he reverses course when he meets Brock and realizes she has a young son to care for.

Jesse engages in a romantic relationship with Andrea, but ends it when he discovers that the year-old boy who killed his friend "Combo" is her younger brother Tomas Cantillo played by Angelo Martinez ; however, Jesse continues to offer financial support to Andrea and Brock.

In Season 4, Andrea and Jesse reunite. When Brock gets sick, Jesse rushes to the hospital, and warns the doctors about a possible ricin poisoning, then stays there until the doctors notify him that Brock will survive it turns out that the boy was indeed poisoned, although not with ricin but with lily of the valley ; still, this timely warning put them on the right track.

Jesse fears Brock was poisoned by a ricin cigarette Jesse was carrying. Walt tries to convince Jesse that Gus poisoned Brock. This manipulation by Walt renews Jesse's loyalty to him rather than to Gus.

In the final season's episode " Confessions " Jesse suddenly changes his mind about leaving town and assuming a new identity when he realizes Walt poisoned Brock.

Jesse then rushes to Walt's house and attempts to burn it down, but is intercepted by Hank. Subsequently, Brock and Andrea are used as leverage against Jesse, who is kept prisoner by Todd and Jack's gang to cook meth for them.

After Jesse attempts to escape, Todd shoots and kills Andrea while Jesse is forced to watch. Then Jesse is threatened with Brock's death if he attempts to escape again.

In El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie , Jesse writes a letter to Brock as he prepares to leave for a new life in Alaska with Brock being the only person he shows any interest in communicating with.

After reading the letter, Ed promises to mail it next month when he is in Mexico City , ensuring that Brock will get it and that it cannot be traced back to Jesse in Alaska.

Jane Margolis played by Krysten Ritter is Jesse's neighbor, landlady, and lover. She is a prolific drafter , a skill that she has used to become a tattoo artist despite not having any tattoos.

She is also a recovering drug addict. She discovers that Jesse also has a past interest in drawing, and they become intrigued by each other.

They quickly become a couple, and she relapses into drug addiction, introducing Jesse to heroin.

She later phones Walt and successfully threatens to expose him if he refuses to give Jesse his share of money from a major methamphetamine deal with Gus Fring , a deal that Jesse's drug use had nearly ruined.

After Walt drops off Jesse's cut of nearly half a million dollars at his duplex, she and Jesse discuss running away together to New Zealand to start new lives.

They go into Jesse's bedroom and see the heroin, but instead of throwing it away as they had promised themselves earlier, they get high and fall asleep.

That night, Walt returns to the apartment and finds the drugged-out couple unconscious in bed. In the process of trying to wake Jesse from his stupor, Walt accidentally turns Jane onto her back.

She begins to vomit while asleep, and Walt silently stands at the bedside watching her choke and then asphyxiate to death.

Series creator Vince Gilligan explained Walt's motive for allowing Jane to die during a panel discussion about Breaking Bad at the Film Society of Lincoln Center , stating that Walt was afraid Jane's bad influence would lead Jesse to an early death from heroin overdose.

Jane's death leads to significant repercussions throughout the rest of the series, and is largely responsible for Jesse's downward spiral in the first half of the third season , as well as her father Donald 's deep depression which affects him to the point that he fails in his duties as an air-traffic controller and causes a midair collision between a and a King Air " ABQ ".

In the episode " Fly ", while under the influence of sleeping pills, Walt is tormented by his guilt over his inaction the night of Jane's death; he reveals to Jesse that on the same night she died, he unknowingly met her father in a bar realizing it was him only after seeing him on the news following the plane crash , and questions the statistical improbability of that sequence of events, but stops shy of revealing his involvement.

Walt finally reveals the full extent of his role in Jane's death to Jesse in the series' ante-penultimate episode, " Ozymandias ", as a final blow after he ordered Jack to kill him, deeming him responsible for Hank's death and the loss of his fortune.

Jane appears in a flashback in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie , reminding Jesse that sometimes the universe takes people towards bad places, and despite her freespirited nature she considers it better to make life's important decisions by yourself.

Brandon "Badger" Mayhew played by Matt L. Jones is Jesse 's friend. Despite being on probation, Badger still uses drugs. He had a job as a mascot for a bank, advertising on the street.

During Season 1, Badger leaves the job to briefly team up with Jesse in order to cook crystal meth. However, disagreements between the two soon occur, and they bitterly part ways.

In Season 2, Badger and Jesse reconcile, and he helps clear the meth lab from Jesse's basement and assists in hiding Jesse's RV to avert police suspicion.

Walt and Jesse later employ Badger to sell their product, but he is soon arrested, causing complications. Once released, Badger flees New Mexico to lie low in California for a while.

After Badger returns to New Mexico, Jesse takes advantage of him by easily persuading him to start selling for them again. Later, Badger appears at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting with Skinny Pete , informing a group of recovering drug addicts that "Blue Sky" Walt and Jesse's product is back in town with the intention of finding new buyers.

Soon, he and Skinny Pete begin to find the meetings helpful and continue to attend regularly. Badger helps Jesse several more times over the series, and is in attendance at Jesse's house party, which lasted several days.

Badger is a science fiction fan and discusses an idea for a Star Trek script at length in the episode " Blood Money. Badger, along with Skinny Pete, appear in El Camino , helping Jesse hide for a night and to distract the police to give time for Jesse to escape.

In particular, Badger drives Skinny Pete's car to the Mexico border while letting Jesse take his own car as Skinny Pete claims that "no self-respecting outlaw would be caught dead in that car.

He served time in prison with Tuco and introduces him to Jesse. Jesse recruits Skinny Pete to deal meth, although Pete is on probation.

When Pete is mugged by two addicts, Jesse is forced to get the money and product back. After Badger is arrested and Combo is killed, Pete quits dealing for Jesse, fearing being sent back to prison and for his own safety.

He decides to sell meth for Jesse again, albeit on a smaller scale. He attends Narcotics Anonymous meetings with Badger.

After following the program together and staying clean, they relapse when Jesse tempts them with meth. After a few days of heavy meth use they leave Jesse's house.

In the Season 5 episode " Hazard Pay ," Skinny Pete is shown to be a talented pianist as he plays a small section of C.

Bach 's Solfeggietto at a music store. Skinny Pete is seen briefly in the series finale, having been hired by Walt along with Badger to use laser pointers to imitate sniper rifles when Walt threatens Gretchen and Elliot should they decide to not take his money and give it to his children.

The two are also the ones who tell Walt that indeed his trademark blue meth is still circulating, as pure as when he was producing it with Jesse, indicating that Jesse is still alive, something Walt did not know.

Pete, along with Badger, appears in El Camino , helping Jesse hide for a night and attempt to get rid of Todd Alquist's car.

When the Lo-Jack is activated on the car, Pete has Badger take Pete's car to the Mexico border, the opposite direction Jesse is traveling in.

At the same time, Pete takes the El Camino and Jesse takes Badger's car which Pete says no self-respecting outlaw would be caught dead in.

Pete explains that he'll tell the police that Jesse came to him for help and they traded pink slips on their cars, explaining why Pete now has the El Camino.

Pete gives Jesse his trademark hat to help him avoid detection, and when Jesse asks why he's helping, he says Jesse is his hero but it is hinted he is driven by guilt over taking Walter White's money in Felina.

Pete is last seen in the film moving the El Camino to his driveway to await the arrival of the police. Though it was not used in the film, several critics speculated after the premiere that the scene likely occurred after Skinny Pete parted ways with Jesse, making this his final chronological appearance.

Combo is later killed in " Mandala " when a rival drug group corners him while he is dealing methamphetamine on "foreign turf.

As he hangs up the phone, a kid on a bicycle shoots him several times, killing him on the street.

Combo's death drives Jesse to spiral into drug addiction. Jesse eventually learns that the kid is Tomas Cantillo, the little brother of his new girlfriend Andrea and that Combo was murdered as part of a gang initiation.

Jesse subsequently seeks retribution upon the dealers for Combo's murder and the murder of Tomas, putting him at odds with Gus Fring.

Due to Jesse's drug abuse, they have a strained relationship with their son, kicking him out of his late aunt's house where Jesse had been living after serving as his aunt's caretaker and friend after discovering a makeshift meth lab in the basement.

Adam and Diane renovate the home, preparing it for sale. Unbeknownst to them, Jesse works with Saul Goodman to reacquire the home.

Claiming to represent an anonymous buyer, Saul presents an offer significantly under market value. Offended, the Pinkmans begin to leave the negotiating table.

As they are leaving, Saul mentions that the home used to host a meth lab, which is not revealed as required in the property disclosures.

Realizing that the home price will plummet and they may be sued, Adam and Diane Pinkman reluctantly accept Saul's offer.

On the closing date, Jesse visits his parents at the newly renovated home. When Jesse heads to the front door, Diane tells Jesse that the house has been sold, and that he needs to leave, as the new owners will be stopping by shortly.

When Jesse does not stop, a confused Mrs. Pinkman asks where he is going. Jesse reveals that he is the new owner.

The Pinkmans appear in El Camino , requesting in a news interview that Jesse turn himself in. Knowing his parents are probably being monitored by the police, Jesse calls, indicates a willingness to turn himself in, and asks them to pick him up.

Before hanging up, Jesse tells his parents they did their best when raising him, and the life he has led and the problems he has caused are his fault, not theirs.

After his parents leave, Jesse's call is revealed to be a ruse to draw them and police away from the house.

Jesse enters unobserved and recovers two handguns from his parents' safe, a Colt Woodsman and an Iver Johnson Hammerless.

Jake Pinkman played by Ben Petry is Jesse's younger, over-achieving brother. Jesse accepts the blame for a joint belonging to Jake, which results in Jesse being thrown out of his parents' house.

After apologizing to his brother, Jake asks for his joint back; Jesse responds by crushing it on the sidewalk and informing his brother that the marijuana is of poor quality anyway.

When Jesse attempts to open his parents' safe, he correctly guesses that the combination corresponds to Jake's birthday.

Wendy portrayed by Julia Minesci is a meth-addicted street prostitute, who associates with Jesse Pinkman and is featured in the online promotional material as one of Saul Goodman's clients as "Wendy S.

She helps Jesse maintain an alibi and withstands an intense interrogation from Hank Schrader on Jesse's behalf. Recognizing her loyalty to him, Jesse tries to convince her to help him kill two drug dealers who convinced an year-old boy to murder Combo on Gus's orders.

She declines at first, fearing the repercussions, revealing that she has a son whom she needs to protect, but Jesse persuades her to help by drawing a comparison between the murdered boy and her own son.

At the last moment, she is spared the ordeal by Mike, who intervenes to take Jesse to a meeting with the drug dealers.

Ernesto portrayed by Brandon K. After Chuck McGill told Jimmy that he disapproved of his legal career and did not view him as a peer, Ernesto took over the daily supply run to Chuck's house.

After Chuck is hospitalized from questioning the copy store clerk as a result of his EHS , Ernesto covers for Jimmy by explaining to Chuck that Jimmy's quick arrival to aid him was because of him calling Jimmy ahead of time.

As part of a plot to get Jimmy disbarred and likely as revenge for covering for Jimmy , Chuck manipulates Ernesto into hearing part of the recording of Jimmy's confession to the alterations and informing Jimmy via Kim.

After Jimmy breaks into Chuck's house to destroy the tape and is witnessed doing so by Howard, Ernesto is fired for disclosing confidential information.

Huell Babineaux played by Lavell Crawford is Saul Goodman's bodyguard, who also executes various intimidation tactics and performs other errands.

Hired more for his size and pickpocketing skills than his intelligence, he has a condition approximating narcolepsy e. Jimmy later hires Huell to serve as a bodyguard while Jimmy conducts his business re-selling pre-paid cellular phones.

Huell inadvertently assaults a police officer while protecting Jimmy, and is arrested and faces up to two and a half years in prison as a result.

As Jimmy is still disbarred for another month, he brings in Kim Wexler to defend Huell, who plans to jump bail and flee rather than go to prison.

They forge tens of letters describing Huell as a hero and denouncing his arrest and send them to the judge. The con succeeds in forcing the ADA to accept a plea deal to a lesser misdemeanor, a plea that gets Huell four months probation and time served, ensuring that he does not have to go to prison.

In Breaking Bad, Huell and Kuby are sent to intimidate Ted Beneke into paying his IRS debts with the money Skyler gave him, with no intent of actual violence, but Ted falls while trying to flee, leaving him paraplegic.

In "Buried", Saul sends Huell and Kuby to collect Walt's money from a storage locker, and in "Confessions", Saul tasks Huell with pickpocketing Jesse's marijuana so Jesse will not be high when he contacts Saul's "disappearer" for a new identity.

It is while Jesse is waiting for the disappearer that he realizes his marijuana is gone and understands that Huell had earlier pickpocketed from him the ricin cigarette that Walt had intended for Jesse to use in killing Gus.

Jesse's realization that Huell stole the ricin cigarette enables him to understand that Walt must have poisoned Brock in order to turn Jesse against Gus which turns out to be true, although he did not use the ricin extract for that purpose.

Hank and Gomez later interrogate Huell to learn where Walt hid his money, telling him falsely that Walt intends to kill him to ensure that no one can trace Walt's drug-dealing past.

They use a staged photo of Jesse, who appears to have been killed with a gunshot to the head, to coax Huell into revealing that he and Kuby packed Walt's money into seven barrels, then loaded the barrels into a rented van.

Huell also reveals that the van was so dirty on the outside when Walt returned that they washed it before returning it, implying that Walt's money was buried somewhere in the desert.

Hank and Gomez tell Huell to wait until they come back for him, but they are killed and never return, so his fate remains unknown.

Throughout the countdown, multiple videos were shown of Huell still sitting impatiently in the safehouse, watching the events of " Felina " on the news.

Ed Galbraith played by Robert Forster , also known as "the Disappearer", is an associate of Saul Goodman who specializes in providing criminals with new identities and new places to live.

Ed helps Saul escape to Omaha, Nebraska. During Walt's time in hiding, Ed often visits Walt, bringing him supplies and chemotherapy, though he warns that if Walt leaves the location, their business relationship will be over for good.

A lonely Walt also takes to paying Ed to spend time with him and play cards. In El Camino , Jesse approaches Ed for relocation. After Jesse obtains the money, Ed smuggles him to a car parked near Haines, Alaska and provides him with false identification documents and a cover story.

Jesse gives Ed a farewell letter for Brock Cantillo, which Ed promises to mail from Mexico City in the near future, wishing Jesse luck on his new life and noting that not many people like them get a fresh start.

In Better Call Saul , in the flashforward at the beginning of season 5's "Magic Man," presumably set after the events of El Camino Saul calls Ed for a second extraction after a cab driver named Jeff recognizes him.

Ed recognizes Saul and agrees to a second extraction, warning that it will cost him double. Saul agrees and Ed sets the extraction at am on Thursday at the same place he dropped Saul off.

After a moment of consideration, Saul changes his mind and tells Ed that he will "fix it myself" instead. He died of brain cancer on October 11, , the same day the movie was released, though he appeared in Better Call Saul as Ed posthumously.

Originally hired at the Wexler-McGill law firm, she continued to work for Jimmy when he re-branded himself as Saul. He assists in facilitating the car wash sale to the Whites by impersonating an environmental inspector, and later intimidates Ted Beneke with Huell's help.

He also aids Walt, Jesse, and Mike in their train robbery and helps Huell collect Walt's money from storage. Before moving to Albuquerque, Kuby was involved in organized crime in Boston.

When Walt had to leave class to vomit a consequence of his chemotherapy , Hugo comforted him and cleaned up after him.

After the DEA connects missing school equipment to methamphetamine production, Hugo is one of the initial suspects because of the access his custodial duties afford him.

Hugo is soon placed under arrest for possession of marijuana and fired; after a search of his home, more marijuana is found but no methamphetamine or items that could connect him with the meth investigation.

He gives Skyler back her old job back as his accountant during the second season. Ted has always been attracted to Skyler but does not make any advances after she returns.

Ted commits tax fraud to keep the company alive and save everyone's jobs, which he admits to Skyler when she finds irregularities in the company's books.

Skyler has an affair with Ted in season three to exact revenge against Walt, but ignores Ted's offer to leave some of her things at his house.

When Walt finds out about their affair, he tries to confront Ted, who hides in his office. This escalates into a scene where Walt is escorted out by security guards and the company staff becomes aware of Skyler's relationship with Ted.

Skyler gets angry at Ted when he shows up at her house to ask about their relationship, and she later severs both her personal and professional ties with him.

In season 4, Ted meets with Skyler, who is now running a car wash, and notifies her of an Internal Revenue Service IRS investigation into his company's taxes.

At the start of the fifth season, Saul informs Skyler that something happened to Ted, causing her to conclude that he died.

Saul tells her that Ted is alive, but hospitalized. When Skyler visits him, she sees that Ted is rigidly sitting upright and wearing a halo brace.

Clovis played by Tom Kiesche is Badger's cousin who operates a vehicle towing and repair service.

When Jesse's RV quits running, Clovis charges him an exorbitant amount to tow and store the vehicle, due to its cargo. Clovis repairs the RV and catches Jesse sleeping in it after Jesse has scaled the fence and destroyed a portable toilet in the process after being evicted from his home.

Clovis orders Jesse to pay for the repairs and property damage and then threatens to sell off Jesse's inventory to cover the repairs, when Jesse claims he cannot furnish immediate payment.

Jesse again breaks into the gated lot and drives through the gate without paying for the repairs. Clovis later sells Jesse a used red Toyota Tercel hatchback.

Jesse decides to retrieve the RV, but Walter has warned Clovis that the DEA is looking for it, forcing Clovis to bring it to a junkyard to be destroyed.

He frequently gives Walt Jr. Delcavoli played by David House is Walt's physician during the first two seasons. He is said to be one of the top 10 oncologists in the United States.

Stacey Ehrmantraut portrayed by Kerry Condon is Mike Ehrmantraut's widowed daughter-in-law and the mother of Kaylee; Mike's granddaughter.

Old Joe played by Larry Hankin is the owner of a local junkyard. He aids Walt and Jesse on several occasions by using his car crusher in addition to sharing his knowledge of the legal limits on police procedure and evidence gathering.

He also provides the magnet system used to wipe the evidence from Gus's laptop, and constructs the portable laboratory equipment used in the Vamonos Pest undercover meth lab operation.

His actual name is not revealed. He takes a calm, non-judgmental approach to leading discussions and emphasizes that those attending his sessions are there not to improve themselves, but to learn self-acceptance.

During an outdoor session at a campfire, he reveals to Jesse and other recovering addicts that in July , while drunk on vodka and high on cocaine, he killed his six-year-old daughter by accidentally hitting her with his car.

Jesse, still reeling from Jane's death, asks the Group Leader how can he not hate himself for what happened. The Group Leader responds that self-hatred and guilt stand in the way of achieving true change.

The Group Leader is seen again in Season 4, when Jesse returns to a session distraught about killing Gale. During the session, Jesse breaks down and yells at the Group Leader, claiming that his philosophy about "accepting yourself" for making mistakes is wrong and people should be judged for the things they have done.

Jesse then asks the Group Leader if he just accepts himself for killing his daughter and admits to the whole group that the only reason he comes to these meetings in the first place is to sell meth to them.

He asks the Group Leader if he is okay with that, to which the group leader responds, "No. He sold Walt a.

Walt purchases an M60 machine gun from Lawson in the restroom of a Denny's. After the purchase he gives Walt the keys to the car that has the M60 hidden in the trunk.

Clifford Main played by Ed Begley Jr. Donald Margolis played by John de Lancie is Jane 's father.

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