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Bob Odenkirk: ‘The Irish bring a kind of looney perspective to life’

The Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul star says his Irish heritage shaped his sense of humour, and how his heart attack last year has made him less consumed with work

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Bob Odenkirk in a scene from the final season of 'Breaking Bad'

Bob Odenkirk in a scene from the final season of 'Breaking Bad'

Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn in season three of 'Better Call Saul'

Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn in season three of 'Better Call Saul'

Bob Odenkirk as Bob Odenkirk at the Emmy Awards in 2019

Bob Odenkirk as Bob Odenkirk at the Emmy Awards in 2019

Bob Odenkirk in Steven Spielberg’s film ‘The Post’

Bob Odenkirk in Steven Spielberg’s film ‘The Post’

Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean in 'Better Call Saul'

Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean in 'Better Call Saul'

Bob Odenkirk and Bryan Cranston in 'Breaking Bad'

Bob Odenkirk and Bryan Cranston in 'Breaking Bad'

Bob Odenkirk in a scene from 'Better Call Saul'

Bob Odenkirk in a scene from 'Better Call Saul'

Actor and comedian Bob Odenkirk. Picture by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/Shutterstock

Actor and comedian Bob Odenkirk. Picture by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/Shutterstock

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Bob Odenkirk in a scene from the final season of 'Breaking Bad'

Bob Odenkirk was filming the final season of his hit TV show Better Call Saul when one particular scene required him to reach deep, and recall the most traumatic moment of his life.

It’s a moment when the character [Saul] feels really lost and abandoned. And there was a memory which just came to me inadvertently and it made me so emotional.


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