Bryan Cranston – Biography, Facts & Life Story

Bryan Cranston
Nickname Bryan
Gender male
Age 66 years old (in 2022)
Date of Birth March 7, 1956
Full Name Bryan Lee Cranston
Profession Actor, Voice Actor, Producer, Director, Screenwriter
Nationality American
Birthplace Hollywood, California, U.S.
Religion Agnostic
Zodiac Sign Pisces

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Bodytype Slim
Height 5’ 11” (1.80 m)
Weight 85 kg (187 lbs)
Waist 34 Inches
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Hazel Blue
Shoe Size 10.5 (US)

Bryan Cranston is a ravishing American actor, screenwriter, voice actor, film producer and director. He is massively recognized for depicting Walter White on AMC crime serial Breaking Bad from 2008-2013. He is also recognized for his characters as Hal on Fox comedy serial Malcolm in Middle, and Dr. Tim Whatley in 5 episodes of NBC comic serial Seinfeld.

Bryan Cranston was born in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States on 7th March 1956. He is an American nationality holder and he is of Irish ethnicity and Ashkenazi Jewish, German. Bryan’s parents are Audrey Peggy, a broadcasting actress, and Joseph Louis, an actor and former amateur boxer. Bryan is the second of 3 kids. His father died in the year 2014. He earned his graduated from Canoga Park High School. In 1976, he received an associate’s degree in law sciences from Los Angeles Valley College.

Since 1980, Bryan Cranston has been a member in the industry. After college, he started his career in regional and local theaters. Presently, he initiated to work regularly in 1980s, merely doing commercials and minor roles. Bryan was an original casting follower of ABC opera Loving soap, wherein he featured Douglas Donovan from 1983-1985. After that, she has starred in a number movies and TV films and movies. Bryan intoned English dubs in numerous Japanese animation labels comprising off Royal Space Force – The Wings of Honneamise, Armitage III and Macross Plus.

From 2008-2013, Bryan Cranston portrayed the role of Walter White on AMC crime serial Breaking Bad. For his depiction in the serial, he received Critics’ Choice TV Awards for the Best Actor in a Drama Serial two times in 2013 and 2012. He also received two Golden Globe Awards for his character in the same drama series. He was getting $225 paid for every single episode of Breaking Bad. In the year 2015, Bryan Cranston appeared as a screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in documentary film Trumbo, for which he won his first nomination for Academy Award. Bryan has a total net worth of $30 million though his salary is not exposed yet. Bryan Cranston is active on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has around 2.7 million Facebook followers, 2.17 Twitter followers and 763k Instagram followers.

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Bryan Cranston Education

Qualification: Associate’s Degree in Police Science

School: Canoga Park High School, Los Angeles, California

College: Los Angeles Valley College (1976)

Bryan Cranston Career

Profession: Actor, Voice Actor, Producer, Director, Screenwriter

Known For: portraying Walter White on the AMC crime drama series Breaking Bad from 2008 to 2013

Salary: $150 Thousand

Net Worth: $30 million

Family & Relatives

Father: Joe Cranston

Mother: Peggy Sell

Brother: Kyle Edward Cranston

Marital Status: Married

: Robin Dearden (1989)

No. of Children: 1

Son: None

Daughter: Taylor Dearden

Facts You Never Knew About Bryan Cranston

  • At 8 years of age, he made his first acting debut with United Way commercial.
  • After his college days, he traveled across the nation on motorcycle along with his brother Kyle, shifting his career motive from police to acting all through the extended tour.
  • Bryan met his second wife named Robin Dearden, all through the shooting of an Airwolf episode wherein he depicted the role of a villain and she was his prisoner.
  • At 1999, he received Breckenridge Festival Best of the Fest Award for the movie Last Chance, which he directed as a gift to his beloved wife.
  • Starred and co-produced in Web comedy serial titled The Handlers, which launched on Atom.com in the year 2011.
  • In 2014, Bryan Cranston made his dramatic debut in All The Way, portraying the role of Lyndon Baines Johnson; afterwards repeated the role in HBO movie.

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