Cranston Relishes Chance to Be ‘Bad’

Mar 6, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Emmy winner Bryan Cranston says he wanted to play the crystal meth dealing high-school teacher in “Breaking Bad” because bad guys are the juiciest roles for an actor, USA Today reports. “You have a character who has troubles,” Cranston tells the paper. “His Inability to function in certain areas is very honest, very human.” In a review, the New York Times notes that in these bad times, Cranston’s character has more to complain about than anyone, but “seems like someone utterly immune to agitation.”
—Jon Lafayette

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