BREAKING Bad’s Skinny Pete actor Charles Baker is unrecognisable nine years after the blockbuster show.
The 50-year-old actor played Jesse Pinkman's pal in the hit series, which starred Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston.
Skinny Pete was known for wearing a beanie hat and a vest, but in real life Charles Baker is a much sharper dresser.
And while Skinny Pete kept his hair covered with his hat a lot of the time, Charles sports a smart hair cut.
Since Breaking Bad ended in 2013, Charles has continued to act with a number of TV roles including The Blacklist and most recently, Perry Mason.
In 2019, Charles reprised his role as Skinny Pete in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, alongside Aaron who returned as Jesse.
The Netflix film ended with Jesse embarking on a new life in Alaska but Skinny Pete and Jesse's other friend Badger were left to be interrogated by the police over his disappearance.
Speaking about what would become of his character's pals, Aaron told Radio Times podcast after the film's release: "This is the biggest meth ring in history and they’ve got some sort of connection to it.
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"They definitely are being watched, harassed – probably constantly!”
But he gave fans hope by adding: "They’re still happy! They’re the good guys!”
Breaking Bad and El Camino are available on Netflix.
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