Breaking Bad made a huge impact during its time on screens. What did you take away from it? It was such a great show to have been a part of and it’s still with me; it’s still hard to grasp the whole impact it made because people are still discovering the show. Two summers ago at its peak it was like being in the Rolling Stones. It was insane; it was like a cultural phenomenon around the world. I will take away getting to do really, really great work and working with really great people. Sometimes all you really want is to have that in your back pocket. So I got that one. We’ll see if another one comes along (laughs).
You’re one of the hardest working actors in show business. Taking you back 20 years to NYPD Blue, where did you think your career was going at that time? You have ups and downs and things that you wished had worked out. But I am a guy from Indiana so just to make a living as an actor was it. If I could do that, I’d be happy and fortunately I got to do that early on and