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Lavell Crawford

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Lavell Crawford
Crawford in April 2008
Birth nameLavell Maurice Crawford
Born (1968-11-11) November 11, 1968 (age 52)
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
MediumStand-up, television
SpouseDeShawn Crawford

Lavell Maurice Crawford (born November 11, 1968) is an American comedian and actor. He is best known for playing Huell Babineaux in Breaking Bad and its spin-off Better Call Saul. He also played the role of Gus Patch in the Netflix original movie The Ridiculous 6.[1]

Early life

Crawford was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He attended Pattonville High School in Maryland Heights, Missouri, where he graduated in 1986. As a child, he struggled with his weight, experienced near-drowning at age ten, and was abandoned by his father, a bodybuilder.[2]


Crawford frequently performed on BET's ComicView in the '90s. Lavell was a contestant on NBC's Last Comic Standing in 2007, where in the two-hour season finale he lost to Jon Reep. In 2011 at the Roberts Orpheum Theatre in St. Louis, he recorded Lavell Crawford: Can a Brother Get Some Love. He went on to appear on the crime drama series Breaking Bad as Saul Goodman's bodyguard Huell Babineaux[3] and on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia as a garbageman posing as a stand-up comedian going by the stage name Landslide. He also appeared in an episode of Tosh.0, where he helps "the worst stand-up comedian" redeem himself. Crawford reprised the role of Babineaux in Huell’s Rules, a comedy short film set after the events of Breaking Bad, but not considered canon.[4] He has a small supporting role in the 2015 film American Ultra. Crawford has made multiple appearances on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore in 2015, both as a special correspondent and as a panel member. On Adult Swim, Crawford made a guest appearance in Aqua TV Show Show as Unbelievable Ron and a chimp alien. He also made a celebrity guest appearance in Squidbillies, as well as Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell. In 2016, Crawford dropped up to 120 pounds (54 kg) in weight. In 2017, he appeared on Better Call Saul, reprising his role as Huell Babineaux from Breaking Bad. Crawford also appears in J-Kwon's "Tipsy" music video. He was also featured in the Comedy Central program Workaholics as the character Tyrone.



Year Title Role Notes
1999 Beverly Hood Lil Bit
2004 Out on Parole Little Bit Video
Baby's Momma Drama
2005 Friends and Lovers Bobby Video
2010 Love Chronicles: Secrets Revealed Willie Video
2012 Who's Watching the Kids Jojo
What Goes Around Comes Around Pete the Postman Video
Trading Up: Behind the Green Door Barry Harris Short
2013 Je'Caryous Johnson's Marriage Material Bishop Luther Lance Love Jones
Huell's Rules Huell Babineaux Video Short
Sperm Boat Smokestack TV Movie
2014 4Play Tiko
For Love or Money Big Daddy
2015 American Ultra Big Harold
The Ridiculous 6 Gus Patch
2016 Meet the Blacks Parole Officer
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Keith
Boo! A Madea Halloween Prisoner #1
2018 Compton's Finest Bubbles
2019 Love Is Not Enough Brother Winters
2020 Hubie Halloween Farmer Dave
2021 On the Count of Three Donny


Year Title Role Notes
1990 It's Showtime at the Apollo Himself Episode: "Episode #4.1"
1992-04 ComicView Himself 4 Episodes
1995 Def Comedy Jam Himself Episode: "Episode #5.8"
1998 Motown Live Himself Episode: "Episode #1.6"
2000 The Jamie Foxx Show Partygoer Episode: "Partner fo' Life"
2003-06 Laffapalooza Himself 2 Episodes
2004 Premium Blend Himself Episode: "Comedy Central's Premium Blend"
Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge Himself Episode: "Episode #2.4"
2005 The Tom Joyner Show Himself Episode: "Episode #1.10"
2007 Last Comic Standing Himself Season 5
2008 Comedy Central Presents Himself Episode: "Lavell Crawford"
Reality Bites Back Himself TV Series
2009 My Parents, My Sister and Me Laverne Martin Episodes: "Home Alone: Parts 1 & 2"
2011 Workaholics Strip Club DJ Episode: "Dry Guys"
2011–13 Breaking Bad Huell Babineaux Recurring Cast: Season 4,5b; Guest: Season 5a
2013 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Landslide Episode: "The Gang Broke Dee"
Squidbillies Judge Jammer (voice) Episode: "Stop. Jammertime!"
The Crazy Ones Marvin Episode: "Models Love Magic"
2013–15 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Unbelievable Ron, Chimp Alien (voices) 3 Episodes
2014 Super Fun Night Antwan Episode: "Lil' Big Kim"
Biatches Additional Voices (voice) TV Series
2015 Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell Psyklone (voice) Episode: "Psyklone and the Thin Twins"
2016–17 Legends of Chamberlain Heights LaDante (voice) Main Cast
2017 New Girl Trevlo Episode: "Operation: Bobcat"
2017–20 Better Call Saul Huell Babineaux Guest: Season 3, Recurring Cast: Season 4-5


  1. ^ "Lavell Crawford". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Baseline & All Movie Guide. 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-11-04. Retrieved 2016-02-03.
  2. ^ "Lavell Crawford getting the last laughs now". The Kansas City Star. August 23, 2007. p. E1.
  3. ^ "'Breaking Bad' Q&A: Lavell Crawford Comes Clean on Huell". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2016-02-03.
  4. ^ "Breaking Bad Huell: Vince Gilligan Reveals His Fate". /Film. 2015-05-15. Retrieved 2020-06-09.

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