'Breaking Bad': Charles 'Skinny Pete' Baker says the show 'changed my career'

When Charles Baker first auditioned for "Breaking Bad," his character didn't even have a name. There was just a description -- "Skinny Stoner," one of the guys who hangs out with Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) and enables his less-than-model-citizen behavior."There were supposed to be three of us originally -- Skinny Stoner, Chubby Stoner and Tattooed Stoner," Baker tells Zap2it about his audition. "That was the first read I had, and when I came back to read again, they had narrowed it down to Skinny Tattooed Stoner and Chubby Stoner [the part that eventually became Badger, played by Matt Jones]. So all the tattooed stoner lines got mixed between the [other two characters], and then the next thing I knew it was just Skinny Stoner, and then Skinny Pete."Baker has appeared in about a quarter of "Breaking Bad's" episodes to date and has at least one more appearance on tap, in Sunday's (Aug. 11) return. Becoming...



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