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Bryan Cranston is an American actor, screenwriter and director, born March 7, 1956 in San Fernando (California). He is notably known for having played the role of Hal in the television series Malcolm and Walter "Walt" White in Breaking Bad, role for which he received four Emmy Awards for best actor in a drama television series and the Golden Globe for best actor in the same category in 2014.

Bryan Lee Cranston was born in the San Fernando Valley, California. He is the son of Peggy Sell and actor Joseph Louis Cranston. He grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from Canoga Park High School. He studied criminology at the university.
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