Anna Gunn and Bryan Cranston were in an on-screen matchup. Born Bryan Lee Cranston on 7th March, 1956 in Canoga Park, California, USA and educated at Canoga Park High School, Canoga Park, United States (1974), he is famous for Hal In Malcolm In The Middle (2000-2006), Walter White In Breaking Bad (2008-2013). Login or register to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions.
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The world's crumbling, and you're watching everybody fall apart." She added, "Trust me, it's going to be worth the wait.""Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan wants viewers to be satisfied when the series comes to an end.
“Rightly or wrongly, there will be a conclusive ending," Gilligan told Vulture.
"Our story from the beginning has been designed to be close-ended ...
You don’t want 10 percent to say [the finale] was great and 90 percent to say it sucked ass.
Operation "Icebreaker" turns into operation TBD (To Be Determined) when Steven Gomez jokes that "Icebreaker" is the name of a breath mint.
Hank describes the "new players" as being of a high skill set.We then cut to Walter White, standing at his bathroom mirror in his underwear, messily brushing his teeth. and Walt reminisces about the first time he met Skyler.“Breaking Bad” stars Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn are excited for their 2012 Emmy nominations and tell Access how they found out about the amazing news.Plus, has Anna chosen a dress for the big night yet?Bryan Cranston -- who recently won a Screen Actors Guild Award for his portrayal of Walter White on the AMC meth drama -- directed the first episode of "Breaking Bad's " new half-season, and told TV Guide, "There are going to be tears."Gunn told TV Guide that the end of "Breaking Bad" "feels literally like the apocalypse.Walt's actions have touched everyone around him, so we are all being affected.