'Breaking Bad' actor in Milwaukee to send anti-bullying message
MILWAUKEE -- 'Breaking Bad' actor RJ Mitte stopped in Milwaukee Thursday evening to send an anti-bullying message to students at Marquette University.
He has a mild form of cerebral palsy and plays a boy with a more severe from on the AMC show.
"I had my hand broken, my foot broken, choked," Mitte said.
On the show he plays the son of a chemistry teacher who turned into a drug dealer to provide for his family. Mitte uses his popularity to encourage young people to make the right choices and stand up for themselves.
"It's the bullying no one sees that's the worst. It's the bullying that no one knows about."
'Breaking Bad' has received several Primetime Emmy nominations. The awards show airs Sunday night on CBS 58.