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Charles Baker (aka Skinny Pete from Breaking Bad) Interview

By Bloggerfather @bloggerfather
Charles Baker Skinny Pete Interview My kids want me to put music in the car. It doesn't have to be kids' music, but it still has to be music. But every once in a while, I get the chance to be in the car by myself, and then it's podcast time. I've heard some great podcasts this year, including The Nerdist interview with Mark Hamill, where Hamill mostly talks about his voiceover work, but is happy to talk about Star Wars as well. It's an amazing interview for any Star Wars fan, especially for those who were worried that Hamill has been sitting at home, waiting for cameo work for the last 30 years.
And speaking of down-to-earth actors, I recently listened to the interview of Charles Baker--Skinny Pete from Breaking Bad--on The Life of Dad podcast. I usually give podcasts 5-10 minutes to get my attention, because life's too short and because I'm weeks behind on my podcasts, but this interview was great from the start.
Baker became a dad around the time he started his role on Breaking Bad, and being on the road a lot, he's been using a lot of Skype and FaceTime in the 5 years since then. In the interview, Baker talks a lot about being a dad and about trying to be better as a role model, and also about Breaking Bad, and about his work for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) on behalf of kids. It's a great interview for any Breaking Bad fan, but also for anyone interested in hearing just another dad struggling with the challenges of being a father on the road. You can listen to the interview here, and then hopefully subscribe to The Life of Dad podcast, and you can also read the transcript of the interview on the Life of Dad site.
Charles Baker (aka Skinny Pete from Breaking Bad) Interview And if you have a chance, I talked to Ryan and Art from the Life of Dad site on their After Show podcast. We talked about parenting, about blogging, and about the Dad Bloggers group. Listen to the podcast here!

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