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Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul eager to film in Ireland

It may be his first time on Irish soil but Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul is eager to return and shoot a movie in Ireland.

Paul, who played the part of Jesse Pinkman in AMC’s hugely successful drama, touched down in Dublin this weekend to encourage members of the public to enter Budweiser’s Dream Job.

The three time Emmy winner hit the ground running making a bee line for some of Dublin’s best known pubs including O’Donoghue’s and The Dean.

“It’s my first time here and I love it,” he told Independent.ie. “I would love to film a movie here. Any excuse to come to Ireland is a good one.”

Paul also says he “hopes” to feature in Breaking Bad’s spin off series ‘Better Call Saul’. 

“I won’t be in the first season but I hope to pop up in the future,” he said.

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Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Actor Aaron Paul reminding talented and passionate members of the public they have just three more weeks to enter Budweiser Dream Job for the chance to kick-start their dream career with a €50,000 prize fund.

Paul will stay in Ireland till Thursday soaking up the culture with a group of his closest buddies.

Budweiser Dream Job will give one Irish man or woman the chance to kick start their dream career with the help of a €50,000 prize fund.

Anyone over the age of 18 can apply on the Budweiser Ireland facebook page until February 4.

Irish Independent