Bryan Cranston is an American actor. He was born in Hollywood, California. He is well known for being Hal on the comedy series Malcolm in the Middle as well as Walter White in the AMC drama Breaking Bad. Cranston has won a Golden Globe Award and 5 Emmy Awards. This includes three wins in a row from 2008 to 2010.
Besides acting and writing for his own projects, Cranston enjoys baseball as he used to play when he was a student. Currently, he collects memorabilia and is an ardent fan of the Philadelphia Phillies and the LA Dodgers. He says he doesn’t really have hobbies besides baseball.
Bryan doesn’t speak much to the media about his religion and beliefs. Raised in a family of actors in California, his father was Austrian-Jew while his mother was of German descent. He didn’t follow his parents beliefs and appears to be closer to agnostic or atheist.
The actor is a Democrat. He has always supported the Democratic nominees and is once again supporting Hillary Clinton for her 2016 presidential bid. On October 31st, 2016, he made news for stating that he would move to Canada if Trump was elected as President.
After Bryan and actor Aaron Paul finished filming the last episode of Breaking Bad, they both got tattoos with the image of the show to commemorate it. Cranston’s tattoo was a small show’s logo on one of his right hand fingers.
Currently, Cranston is married to Robin Dearden, whom he met during the recording of the show Airwolf in 1984. She was playing the hostage and he was the villain who threatened her with a gun. Together they have a daughter named Taylor Dearden Cranston, who is also studying theater to become an actress.