The real-life Walter White was first arrested in 2008 on methamphetamine manufacturing charges but was later paroled in 2010, says The Hollywood Reporter.
White was arrested again in January for the same offence. He is now wanted by authorities after failing to attend a hearing last month.
Bryan Cranston's Breaking Bad character is also similar in age to the real-life White, but the Drug Enforcement Agency added that Alabama is a more troubled state in terms of methamphetamine-related crime than the show's New Mexico setting.
The AMC show, currently in its final season, has been met with critical acclaim during its five-year run.
Cranston has won the Emmy for 'Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series' three consecutive times for the drama.
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