According to Breaking Bad‘s Raymond Cruz, fans who have actually satisfied him expose they are still truly frightened of his series bad guy, Tuco Salamanca, in reality over 14 years considering that he satisfied his fate. Tuco Salamanca signed up with the franchise in season 1 of Vince Gilligan’s initial well known AMC series, making his on-screen launching in episode 6,”Crazy Handful of Nothin'” A high-ranking member of the Cartel, Salamanca was the violent and unforeseeable member of his household who assisted develop their drug operations, causing him crossing courses with both Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) in the initial Breaking Bad series, in addition to its spin-off, Better Caul Saul.

As part of Screen Rant‘s exclusive interview with Cruz for his upcoming reprisal of the function of Salamanca for PopCorner’s Breaking Bad– motivated Super Bowl industrial, Cruz opened about how audiences have actually shared how his character has actually continued to have an effect on them after both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul reached their conclusion. Cruz described that while a lot of devoted fans who acknowledge him have actually approached him in reality, the star has actually seen that they’re frequently worried due to his efficiency asTuco Check out Cruz’s complete action below:

After all this time, the interaction with the fans is insane since the fans like the program, the fans understand all the discussion. They understand the property, they understand all the circumstances, fans like the character. Usually, when fans come near me, they’re shaking. They’ll connect with you, however you shake hands with them and you can feel them sweating and they fidget since Tuco is– it’s a weird ambiance, you understand? You’re separated by the tv screen, however when fans see me personally, they actually believe that I’m Tuco Salamanca, so it’s a bit unusual, however it’s excellent, since I like that the fans are so drawn to the character and drawn to the program, which they like the program.

How Tuco Salamanca Left A Lasting Impact On Breaking Bad

Tuco holding a gun to Jesse's head in a scene from Breaking Bad, Walt looking on from behind.

While Cruz’s bad guy satisfied his bloody end in the earlier seasons of Breaking Bad, Tuco has actually stayed among the series’ most significant figures, leaving an enduring effect on deep space. Tuco is among Walt’s earliest partners as he and Jesse (Aaron Paul) ended up being associated with developing meth, after the set make Tuco’s regard through Walt’s dangerous program of power. While he authorized of their item, Tuco’s deadly and violent side frightens the set, and they try to break out of their contract however are quickly abducted by the Cartel kingpin to a remote cabin in the desert after the authorities robbed his hideout.

While Tuco stays uninformed of Walt and Jesse’s objectives and continues to trust him, the set quickly discover themselves the victim of his rage when they stop working to toxin him. After a tense face-off which sees Jesse beaten and held at gunpoint, the set have the ability to hurt Tuco, with Hank Schrader (Dean Norris) making the eliminating shot after another standoff stops working to diffuse the circumstance. While Tuco satisfied his end in season 2, the character was additional established in Better Call Saul, as Jimmy crosses courses with the kingpin long prior to his Breaking Bad look.

Given his time was brief on both programs, lots of Breaking Bad fans have actually considering that required to revealing their hopes of seeing more of Tuco Salamanca checked out in the future. Cruz likewise specifically validated his wish to see more of the Salamanca household checked out in some type of job, nevertheless, with his character having actually currently been exterminated and Gilligan doing not have interest in additional checking out deep space, it appears not likely any such story might concern fulfillment. Regardless of the future, audiences can return and commemorate Tuco’s time as an enormous force for Walt with Breaking Bad streaming in its totality on Netflix now.