Samuel L. Jackson Reads “Breaking Bad” Monologue To Raise Money For Alzheimer’s Association


Samuel L. Jackson has officially released a second monologue as part of a contest to raise donations for the Alzheimer’s Association, a cause that Jackson holds dear to his heart.

For those of you who haven’t been following Jackson for the past couple of weeks, the actor has been hosting a contest to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association that supports research for Alzheimer’s disease…the disease that took a hold of his late mother.

Last week, Jackson promised the delivery of a 300 word monologue in which he announced that he was a vigilante.

After learning of the $175,000 in donations this week, Jackson decided to celebrate by recording a monologue as Walter White. So what, he is not as intense as Bryan Cranston, but this is Samuel L. Jackson, y’all. He’s still absolutely amazing.

Check out the monologue he recorded below.

For more on the Alheimer’s Association, you can visit their official website here.


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