After spending two years preparing for the 2021 thriller "Nobody," the "Better Call Saul" actor said he "wants to do more.”
The actor suffered a heart attack while on the set of his Emmy-nominated show last year.
The actor has returned to the set of "Better Call Saul" just weeks after suffering a "small heart attack."
The "Better Call Saul" star said he's had his "very own ‘It’s a wonderful life’ week" with all the love he's gotten.
The "Better Call Saul" star thanked fans for "the outpouring of love" that followed news of his hospitalization.
A statement from the actor's representatives confirmed that he is recovering.
The actor's condition is not yet known.
"He was really mad," the "Better Call Saul" star told Howard Stern.
And yes, the shady "Better Call Saul" lawyer "would love the limelight" of representing the president.