Bryan Cranston made his daytime debut in 1983 on LOVING as Douglas Donovan, a part that he played until 1985. Also pictured: James Kiberd (ex-Mike, LOVING; ex-Trevor, ALL MY CHILDREN).
He guested on an episode of MATLOCK in 1987, pictured here with Andy Griffith.
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Cranston appeared in the HBO miniseries FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON in 1998 with Tony Goldwyn and Cary Elwes.
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The actor (with Frankie Muniz and Jane Kaczmarek) found fame on the Fox comedy MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE from 2000-06.
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From 2008-13, Cranston starred on BREAKING BAD alongside Aaron Paul, and won four Emmy Awards for his performance as Walter White.
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He appeared in the 2012 film Argo with Ben Affleck.
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Cranston portrayed Dalton Trumbo in the film Trumbo in 2015, and received an Oscar nomination for his work.
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In 2016, the actor and fellow daytime alum James Franco (ex-Franco, GH) were in the movie comedy Why Him.
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He played a former Marine in the film Last Flag Flying with Steve Carrell and Laurence Fishburne (ex-Josh, ONE LIFE TO LIVE) in 2017.
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In 2018, Cranston reunited with former co-star Goldwyn in the Broadway production of Network.
Cranston voiced the character of Chief in the 2018 film Isle of Dogs.
The actor starred alongside Kevin Hart in the movie Upside Down, which was released in January 2019.
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Also in 2019, the actor made a cameo in the Netflix film EL CAMINO: A BREAKING BAD MOVIE.