Bryan Cranston

A category with a lot of talent is the Lead Actor in a Drama Series. And the nominees are:

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – 

Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, FOUR)

Kevin Spacey (House of Cards, TV3)

Jon Hamm (Mad Men, SOHO)

Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom, SOHO)

Woody Harrelson (True Detective, SOHO)

Matthew McConaughey (True Detective, SOHO)

Some interesting points to note:

  • Jeff Daniels is the defending champ in this category.
  • Bryan Cranston has won Best Actor in a Drama three previous times for his portrayal of Walter White.
  • If he won this year, he would equal the record for most Best Drama Actor wins.
  • Matthew McConaughey won this years Critics’ Choice TV Award for his role as Rust Cohle in True Detective.
  • Woddy Harrelson has been nominated for seven Emmy’s, and won in 1989 for Comedy Supporting Actor for his role in Cheers.
  • John Hamm has been nominated for 11 Emmy’s, and has won…zero.
  • (Source: www.goldderby.com)

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What will no doubt be at the top of Breaking Bad fan’s reading lists is a new memoir from Bryan Cranston who played the infamous Heisenberg in the series.

Bryan Cranston, the veteran actor and celebrated star of “Breaking Bad,” has agreed to write a memoir of his life and work, his publisher said on Thursday.

The publisher, Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, said it would release the book in fall 2015.

In a statement, Mr. Cranston said he planned to “tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting ‘Breaking Bad’.” Continue reading »

After the huge success of Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston is probably building a larger cabinet for all his acting trophies. As such, he’ll be in hot demand from people wanting to learn his secret formula, to becoming an award winning actor of course.