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Bryan Cranston young

Bryan Cranston young

Birth Date

March 7, 1956


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Light Brown

Eye color



5 ft 10 in | 179 cm

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76 kg | 167 lbs


40 in | 102 cm

Shoe size

10.5 US | 43 EU


34 in | 86 cm

Bryan Cranston young Mini Bio best movies

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Bryan Cranston was born in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, U.S., on March 7, 1956, is an American actor. Young Bryan Cranston began his acting career on the stage, at the Granada Theater in the San Fernando Valley. He made his big screen debut in satirical comedy movie Amazon Women on the Moon (1987) in role as Paramedic. He played Douglas Donovan on ABC soap opera Loving (1983-1985), Dr. Tim Whatley on NBC sitcom Seinfeld (1994-1997) and Hal on the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006). Bryan's breakthrough performance came as Walter White in crime drama television series Breaking Bad (2008–2013), for which he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series four times and one Golden Globe Award.

Best films Awards

He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Dalton Trumbo biographical drama film Trumbo (2015).

He won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for his role as Lyndon B. Johnson in a play All the Way on Broadway (2014).

Drive (2011) action drama opposite Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan and Christina Hendricks

Argo (2012) historical drama opposite Ben Affleck and John Goodman

Godzilla (2014) thriller action in role as Joe Brody

Total Recall (2012) dystopian science fiction action with Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel

The Infiltrator (2016) drama crime opposite Diane Kruger and John Leguizamo

Larry Crowne (2011) romantic comedy with Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts

Last Flag Flying (2017) drama comedy opposite Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne

All the Way (2016) biographical drama in role as President Lyndon B. Johnson

Red Tails (2012) war action with Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terrence Howard

Why Him? (2016) comedy romance opposite James Franco and Zoey Deutch

Terror Tract (2000) dark comedy horror in role as Ron Gatley

Saving Private Ryan (1998) epic war opposite Tom Hanks and Matt Damon

Dead Space (1991) science fiction opposite Marc Singer

Cold Comes the Night (2013) crime thriller with Alice Eve and Logan Marshall-Green

Wakefield (2016) drama opposite Jennifer Garner and Beverly D'Angelo

Get a Job (2016) comedy opposite Anna Kendrick and Miles Teller

The Upside (2017) comedy drama with Kevin Hart and Nicole Kidman


He won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor for his performance as Howard Beale in a play Network at the National Theatre, London (2018).

He was married to writer Mickey Middleton (1977-1982).

He married Robin Dearden in 1989, they have one daughter.

He played baseball when he was a student.

Fan of the Philadelphia Phillies and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

He played astronaut Buzz Aldrin in the HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon (1998).

He voiced James Gordon in Batman: Year One (2011), Li in Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016) and Chief in Isle of Dogs (2018).

He directed ten episodes of crime drama series Sneaky Pete.

Lives in Ventura County, California, U.S.


The only thing I say a prayer for is for health and safety for my family. Some people even include happiness and a hope for something else. Not me. I think everything else is on your own. That's the way I look at it. If you can just maintain health and safety, you're in good shape. And anything else, you have to create.

My passion is becoming involved in good work, whether that means as an actor or writer or director or producer or all - that is not as important to me.

If you like vanilla, you're not going to like 'Breaking Bad' - you need to like a specific flavor that is unusual, that is different, that takes risks.

I enjoy doing comedy for the fact that you go to work and you laugh. That's a good combination.

Money has never been my primary goal.

If you work hard, you have a better chance of producing something that you're proud of. If you don't, you won't. It's really simple.

In order to be an actor you really have to be one of those types of people who are risk-takers and have what is considered an actor's arrogance, which is not to say an arrogance in your personal life. But you have to be the type of person who wants the ball with seconds left in the game.