PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Hillary Clinton got a little extra help from Hollywood on Sunday.

Actors Steve Carell and Bryan Cranston campaigned for her in West Mifflin, Oakland and the Strip District.

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The two surprised volunteers and encouraged people to get out and vote.

Cranston donned a “Bad Hombres” shirt, a nod to his role on the television show “Breaking Bad.”

“Pennsylvania is a vital state for Hillary Clinton and democrats, we’re here supporting her and her policies. We’re met with a lot of enthusiasm and we’re very excited about the outcome on Tuesday,” Cranston said.

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Both agreed that the millennial vote is important.

“I think every vote counts, I think millennials are important to the future, for many this is the first time they’re voting. This is probably the biggest election since I’ve been alive,” Carell said.

“There is a definitive ripple affect to this election. Whoever we elect as president right now will have influence over the Supreme Court justice, about policies, foreign and domestic…healthcare, whether it’s a right or a privilege, climate change. There are so many important issues,” Cranston said.

Though the two were out in support of Clinton, Cranston said that Trump’s campaign has “instilled a lot of interest on both sides.”

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“If by his nature he creates the largest turnout possible, I think that’s good for our country,” he said.