Eventually her next big break was a big part on The Practice in 1997, where she appeared for 10 episodes.After that, HBO fans will recognize Gunn from Deadwood, a show which she appeared on from 2005 to 2006 where she had a solid role for 24 full episodes opposite Timothy Olyphant.Her blonde tresses also looked lighter and appear to have grown out to a flattering, shoulder-length, layered style, while she accessorised simply with gold earrings, a watch and a small brown clutch. The star, who is up for two SAG Awards for her work in the final season of Breaking Bad, acknowledges that she has lost weight, though she insists she was much heavier during the show than usual due to medication In the couple's final moments in the series finale, the one-time happy duo realised that the end is near and share a quiet moment together, calmly saying their goodbyes as Walter apologises and explains his behaviour.
Cranston takes home a cool $225,000 per episode, while Paul earns $150,000.
(Not bad for someone who was originally supposed to be killed off at the end of season one.) For a comparison, Cranston is making as much as what each of the "How I Met Your Mother" cast members earns ($225,000) and nearly as much as Damian Lewis on Showtime's "Homeland" ($250,000).
Previously, she’d been a part of the cast for the little-seen show Down the Shore, and before that, had guested on Quantum Leap.
After Seinfeld, Gunn started racking up the TV roles, appearing in shows like NYPD Blue, Murder One, Drew Carey, Judging Amy, and The Guardian.
Lesson in opposites: Anna Gunn and Breaking Bad co-star Aaron Paul celebrated their Emmy wins in different ways on Tuesday, as Anna headed to her play in NY while Aaron enjoyed a leisurely lunch in LA 'To my wife, my God, thank you for marrying me,' he said.