Two Duke City men win Walter White contest

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Forty men showed up looking like “Breaking Bad” character Walter White.

And Bryan Cranston couldn’t choose just one.

Albuquerque residents Michael Chandross and Joe Griffenberg were crowned the winners of the Walter White look-a-like contest on Tuesday night. The pair were chosen by Cranston during the taping of the 100th episode of “The After After Party with Steven Michael Quezada.”

White is the character played by Cranston, a high school chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin.

Griffenberg has been an extra on the AMC TV show that is filmed and set in Albuquerque. He was also celebrating his birthday on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Chandross donned a yellow hazmat suit and had small bags of blue colored rock candy symbolizing the “blue meth” White developed on the show.

The top 10 contestants got “Breaking Bad” swag, while the winners will also get to have lunch on the set of “Breaking Bad.”

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