Bryan Cranston

Cindy Seip

Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild award-winning actor Bryan Cranston is a director, producer, and screenwriter best known for his long-running roles as Hal in the sitcom Malcolm in the Middle and as Walter White in the AMC drama Breaking Bad. He has also acted on Broadway, most notably as President Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way – for which he won his first of two Tony awards – and is the author of the critically lauded memoir A Life in Parts, described by Tom Hanks as “a cinematic record of how an actor shapes a career and an identity and a legacy all at the same time.” Cranston has also appeared in acclaimed films, including Saving Private Ryan, Little Miss Sunshine, Argo, and The Upside.