Dean Norris Will Guest on 'Key and Peele'
'Breaking Bad' actor will play a drug lord on the Comedy Central show
Hank's stunned, revelatory face was the last thing fans saw as the first half of "Breaking Bad" season 5 came to a breathtaking close.
But Dean Norris, who delights as DEA boss Hank Schrader on the beloved meth drama, has a wicked sense of humor and plans on keeping his lovable mug in viewers' minds until "Breaking Bad" returns next summer.
Look for Norris, 49, when he guest stars on Comedy Central's irreverent sketch-comedy show, "Key and Peele," as a Mexican drug lord.
Norris is a huge fan and he recently told Adweek he's "obsessed" with the series and can't wait to see more installments. "Key and Peele" returns for a second season, Wednesday, Sept. 26.
"We thought it would be ironic," Keegan Michael Key told MSN TV, of Norris' guest starring role. He and Jordan Peele are the names and masterminds behind the show.
"He was available and we had to go for it."
Other "Key and Peele" season 2 guest stars of note include Billy Dee Williams, Wayne Brady, Kevin Sorbo and Michaela Watkins.
"Key and Peele" returns for a second season Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central. "Breaking Bad" returns for season 5 part 2 in the summer of 2013.