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Bryan Cranston Net Worth and Salary: Bryan Cranston is an American actor, writer, and director who has a net worth of $40 million. Cranston earned his fortune largely as an actor, going from the stage to bit parts in TV commercials, working his way up the show business ladder with a regular role as Dr. Tim Whatley on Seinfeld and then starring on the sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. From there, he landed what soon became his signature role: Walter White, also known as the murderous drug lord Heisenberg, on the AMC original series Breaking Bad.
Early Life: Born in Hollywood on March 7th, 1956, Cranston nevertheless waited until after he graduated college to begin his career as an actor. His father, however, did attempt to find such work but was largely unsuccessful before leaving Cranston and his siblings with their mother in 1967. His father remained absent from his life until Cranston was 22, when he and his brother Kyle reestablished contact (later, he would say that he based much of his performance on Breaking Bad on his father’s mannerisms). One fascinating incident from Cranston’s childhood was relayed much later by the actor in various outlets: At 12 years old, while going horseback riding at the now-infamous Spahn Ranch in California, he had a brief encounter with one Charles Manson, shortly before the crimes now known as the Manson murders took place.
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Inspirational Quotes by Bryan Cranston
Any kind of civil rights oppression is wrong.Bryan Cranston
I intend to do more directing TV.Bryan Cranston
Given the right set of circumstances any one of us could become dangerous - so why not show that in our programmes?Bryan Cranston
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.Bryan Cranston
When I was a kid there were a very select few channels - programmes had to have more of a large appeal and they just didn't offer very much. Now you have a situation where the television world has expanded and there's hundreds of channels.Bryan Cranston