"Breaking Bad" star draws from his disability

02/21/2008 | USA Today

RJ Mitte, who has cerebral palsy, plays a teen with a more severe case of the disorder than his own on AMC's "Breaking Bad." Fellow actor Bryan Cranston said, "He brings a sensibility to the work. There was an ad-libbed scene in the pilot where he threw out a line. I was nicely surprised. He's got very good instincts."

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