Actor Returns To His Hometown For Aaron Paul Sturtevant Day
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul went back to his hometown of Boise, Idaho, to host a screening of one of the last episodes of the popular TV series.
He was at The Egyptian Theater, where he watched movies as a kid. And on this evening, Oct. 1, he was watching himself. It was also Aaron Paul Sturtevant day, as declared by Gov Butch Otter.
The event was put together by Bushmills Irish Whiskey, which followed Paul around with a camera and made a YouTube movie called “Breaking Boise.” You can watch it here.
It’s a part of the Bushmills’ “Since Way Back” program, developed to tell stories of friendships and experiences. Aaron joined his closest friends for this program and they shared personal stories and the defining influences that led Paul through his journey to success.
Boise, by the way, is the home of a good friend of PubClub.com, and I also know a few people who went to Boise State. They say it’s really fun city, a place I need to check out sometime.