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Contemporary Examples of cranston
Cranston said he actually was that character—“We actually had a kissing scene together!”
Louis-Dreyfus made a joke that Cranston looked like a character Elaine had dated on Seinfeld.
The Daily Beast spoke with Cranston about life after Walter White, the amazing close to Breaking Bad, and his future roles.Bryan Cranston on Walter White’s Future, Directing ‘Better Call Saul,’ and Hillary 2016
August 1, 2014
In his speech, the handsome Cranston said his first visit to Broadway was in 1977 to see Hair; he sneaked into the second act.
Cranston recently made news when he hinted that we may not have seen the last of Walter White.From ‘Breaking Bad’ to Benjamin Franklin: Dean Norris on Life After Hank Schrader
June 6, 2014
Historical Examples of cranston
"You write to Mr. Davies's mother, Agatha," Mrs. Cranston had said.
And again Cranston found it hard to control his muscles—and his temper.
"Well, then I presume Archer and you can settle it," said Cranston, coolly.
He hated Cranston,—his junior as an officer, but infinitely his superior as a soldier.
Cranston and he were personally and officially antagonistic.