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"RJ Mitte, best known as Walter White Jr. on 'Breaking Bad,' is calling for more media representation for people like himself -- and in this case he doesn't mean handsome 24-year-old guys who seem like they'd be cool to hang out with. Mitte, who has cerebr", www.moviefone.com
"R.J. Mitte, primary agent of pathos on Breaking Bad, was last seen wearing an inexplicable pair of camouflage cargo pants and Timberland boots, and El Mitotero will go not one sentence farther without disclosing that I come bearing no answer for you weary souls of the wilderness who have agonized over the eternal riddle written into the wardrobe choices of the 2013 series finale: No, I cannot give you peace, I do not know why on earth Walter Jr. was wearing what he was wearing that fateful day. That is lost to the ages, a confounding wrinkle of incidental history, like what Lee Harvey Oswald's stepbrother liked to eat for breakfast. Let it rest, citizens, if you can.", www.santafenewmexican.com
"RJ Mitte from ‘Breaking Bad’ Wants to See More People With Disabilities in Hollywood RJ Mitte, aka Walter White Jr. on Breaking Bad, is calling for greater media representation of people who are living with disabilities. According to the Irish…", www.justjared.com
"RJ Mitte is calling on Hollywood to diversify its representation of people with disabilities. The “Breaking Bad” actor, who suffers from cerebral palsy himself, shared his feelings on the subject while sitting down with the Irish Examiner on Wednesday. “We know lots of progress is being made but the industry must do more to help…", etcanada.com