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RJ Mitte's time as Walter White Jr. on "Breaking Bad" is coming to an end. With the series' final eight episodes set to air later this year, the 20-year-old actor is looking for more work and is considering a career in modeling.
That wouldn't be a stretch for Mitte, who previously posed for a NSFW photo shoot in Dark Beauty Magazine. He tells Zap2it on the Saturn Awards red carpet that he's had talks with various places about continuing to model.
"I've talked to Milan and I've talked to Fashion Week. I'm always down," he admits. "Dude, if they'll hire me, I'll do it. There's not much I won't do. I love to work. I have way too much free time on my hands at the moment, and I am going stir crazy."
Just how bad have things gotten since he wrapped "Breaking Bad"? "I painted like one whole wall two days ago. I don't know why," he says.
At least Mitte does have some projects in the works. He talks about how he is the star of the new music video from the band Hollywood Undead for the song "Dead Bite," and also how he always dresses so sharp on red carpets. His trick? "When in doubt, call your gay friends."
Watch the above video for the full story on Mitte's fashion pursuits, and make sure to check out "Breaking Bad" when it returns on Aug. 11.