Anna Gunn may have had a bun in the oven on Breaking Bad, but that didn’t mean she had to like it.
Interviewed on Milling About, the actress who plays Skyler White reveals the extent of the discomfort her unborn “child” caused her during Seasons 1 and 2 of the Emmy-winning AMC series.
“I had to wear a leotard that had built-in breasts, because your breasts are bigger, and it had the belly with a little snap underneath,” Anna, who give birth to her second daughter just five months before shooting the BB pilot—and was breast-feeding at the time—tells host Robin Milling.
“It was very uncomfortable. When we shot the last scene with the baby belly I took it off and swung it around my head and ran around the parking lot outside the studio.
“Then I climbed up a ladder and put it on top of the grip truck with the [assistant director] running after me—‘No, no! That’s a very expensive suit. Don’t do that!'” she continues.
“I was so tired of it after two seasons. They actually had one of the guys climb up to the top of the truck and bring it back down.”
To hear Anna’s full interview, click here.
To read more about Season 3 of Breaking Bad, click here.