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Bryan Cranston’s first television credit came on a 1982 episode of “C.H.i.P.s,” which was quickly followed by a season on the daytime soap “Loving.” Over the next decade, Cranston would become a fixture of episodic series, TV movies and miniseries, including “North and South, Book II,” “I Know My First Name is Steven” and the short-lived sitcom “Raising Miranda,” which cast him as the titular teenager’s offbeat uncle. One of his numerous guest shots even introduced him to his second wife, actress Robin Dearden, who played captive to his villain of the week on a 1986 episode of “Airwolf.”
In addition to his onscreen appearances, Cranston also lent his voice to several television commercials, as well as the American versions of numerous Japanese animated and live-action science fiction films and television series. In 1994, Cranston was cast as Dr. Tim Whatley, the dentist whose eccentric behavior irks Jerry to no end on “Seinfeld.” Cranston then returned briefly to work as a series regular with “The Louie Show.” In 1996, he earned his first big theatrical feature showcase as ill-fated astronaut Virgil “Gus” Grissom in Tom Hanks’ delightful “That Thing You Do!” Two years later, he would reunite with Hanks and the space program to play Buzz Aldrin in the epic miniseries “From the Earth to the Moon.”
Cranston’s voice and carriage were put to excellent use as a tough, one-armed Army colonel who gives the order to rescue a missing G.I. in Steven Spielberg’s “Saving Private Ryan.” The following year found him directing his first feature film, “Last Chance.” He later began a three-year recurring stint as Tim Sacksky, neighbor and irritant to Kevin James and Leah Remini on “The King of Queens.”
In 2000, Cranston was tapped to play father to Frankie Muniz’s pint-sized genius on the comedy “Malcolm in the Middle.” The series was a hit. Unlike most TV dads, Hal could be counted on to either join in the hijinks or make them worse, much to the consternation of his disciplinarian wife Lois. Cranston’s unbridled performance earned him three Emmy nominations and a nod from the Golden Globes and Satellite Awards between 2002 and 2006. Cranston also began directing episodes of “Malcolm” in 2003, corralling members of the show’s crew to assist him in producing “KidSmartz,” an instructional DVD for parents and children alike on how to prevent abduction. The project earned high praise from several noteworthy publications and advocates, including John Walsh who had, himself, lost his son to abduction.
While working on “Malcolm,” Cranston also kept busy as a guest star in TV movies and features, most of which called for his comic abilities. He appeared in “Twas the Night” and “The Santa Claus Brothers” that same year. Cranston also appeared as a business connection for Greg Kinnear’s desperate motivational speaker in “Little Miss Sunshine” and had a recurring role as Lucifer in “Fallen.” He was also a former boss and nemesis for Ted in several episodes of “How I Met Your Mother.”
After “Malcolm” left the airwaves in 2007, Cranston returned to series work with “Breaking Bad,” a dark comedy from “X-Files” co-producer Vince Gilligan for AMC. Cranston portrays a high school chemistry teacher who struggles to support his pregnant wife and a son with cerebral palsy. When he is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, he uses his knowledge of chemicals to devise a plan to manufacture meth in order to support his family after his death. Critics were unanimous in their praise of Cranston’s dramatic performance in the series. He took home the 2008 Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Cranston repeated the triumph when he won the same award the following two years.
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