Atlanta native and New York based comedian Evan Berke was featured on national TV July 11 for his airport encounter with actor Bryan Cranston.

Working for TMZ at JFK airport, Berke overheard Cranston talking with an Orthodox Jewish man at the baggage carousel about how his daughter wants to meet a nice Jewish guy. So Berke approached Cranston and volunteered that he might just be the perfect Jew for his daughter.

Surprisingly, the Breaking Bad actor actually approved.

Watch the full segment on TMZ here: http://www.tmz.com/videos/0_yn7tm594/ 

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Berke is a Lassiter High School graduate and was president of the AEPi chapter at the College of Charleston. His family are members of Temple Beth Tikvah in Roswell and he worked as a camp counselor at the Marcus Jewish Community Center’s Shirley Blumenthal Park in Cobb County.

The 26-year-old New Yorker is now working for TMZ full time, so look out for more clips of him on tmz.com and here on our website.