Bob Odenkirk was an American actor, comedian, writer, director and producer in his career. He explored his natural talent and creativity early on during his university days, eventually starting a career as a comedy writer.
From mid-1990s, Odenkirk dominated the television completely. His best role came for AMC crime drama ‘Breaking Bad’ as a smooth-talking lawyer Saul Goodman. He was later seen in the spin-off ‘Better Call Saul’, and the HBO series ‘Mr. Show with Bob and David’. On the big screen, however, Odenkirk made a modest start. He started by doing minor roles in several films including ‘Wayne's World 2’, ‘The Cable Guy’, ‘Can't Stop Dancing’ and ‘Monkeybone’. His best bit came for his maiden directorial venture ‘Melvin Goes To Dinner’. He followed it up with several flops, ‘Let’s Go To Prison’, ‘The Brother’s Solomon’ and Take Me Home Tonight’.
Odenkirk’s filmography career re-surged in 2012 as he found himself essay prominent roles in critically successful films such as ‘The Giant Mechanical Man’, ‘The Spectacular Now’ and ‘Nebraska’.
Bob Odenkirk Awards
|The Ben Stiller Show||Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program||1993|
|Saturday Night Live||Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program||1989|