Bryan Lee Cranston is an American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his roles as Walter White in the AMC crime drama series "Breaking Bad," Hal in the Fox sitcom "Malcolm in the Middle," Tim Whatley in the NBC sitcom "Seinfeld," and Vince Lonigan in the Prime Video crime drama series "Sneaky Pete."
Cranston's performances have earned him three Emmy nominations and nods from the Golden Globes and Satellite Awards between 2000 and 2006. Cranston also began directing episodes of "Malcolm" in 2003, corralling members of the show's crew to assist him in producing KidSmartz, an instructional DVD for parents and children alike on how to prevent abduction. The project earned high praise from several noteworthy publications and advocates, including John Walsh who had, himself, lost his son to abduction.
While working on "Malcolm," Cranston also kept busy as a guest star in TV movies and features, most of which called for his comic abilities including Twas the Night, Little Miss Sunshine, and "How I Met Your Mother." A 1998 guest-starring role on "The X-Files" would prove to be career-changing. There, Cranston met "The X-Files" writer and director, Vince Gilligan. As Gilligan began putting together his new TV series a decade later, he thought of Cranston for the lead role. That role would turn out to be playing Walter White on the acclaimed AMC series, "Breaking Bad."
Critics were unanimous in their praise of Cranston's dramatic performance in the series. He took home the 2008 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Cranston repeated the triumph when he won the same award the following two years. With "Breaking Bad"'s conclusion in 2013, Cranston returned to Broadway starring as President Lyndon B. Johnson in "All The Way" and film with Godzilla. He appeared in season 9 of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm," playing Larry David's therapist.
Cranston's memoir, "A Life in Parts," was published on October 11, 2016, became a New York Times bestseller and received positive reviews. In 2019, Cranston reprised his role as White in the Netflix original movie El Camino, an epilogue of sorts to "Breaking Bad."
Cranston is also an advocate for Alzheimer's awareness and research. His mother died of the heartbreaking disease in 2004. In an emotive and thought-provoking new short film for Alzheimer’s Research UK, titled "#SharetheOrange" Cranston confronts common misunderstandings about the diseases behind dementia using nothing more than an orange.
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