Giancarlo Esposito

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Actor, “Better Call Saul” and “Breaking Bad”.

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Giancarlo Esposito plays Gus Fring on “Better Call Saul” and its much beloved predecessor “Breaking Bad.” Fring is Albuquerque's favorite fried chicken magnate.

Playing a murderous drug cartel leader in 'Better Call Saul,' Giancarlo Esposito draws on yoga

Giancarlo Esposito plays Gus Fring on “Better Call Saul” and its much beloved predecessor “Breaking Bad.” Fring is Albuquerque's favorite fried chicken magnate.

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