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Birthday: March 7, 1956
Place: San Fernando Valley, California, USA
Height: 5' 1"
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| A familiar face to a nation of television viewers thanks to his role as the more-than-slightly demented father on the popular FOX sitcom Malcolm in the Middle, longtime stage and screen actor Bryan Cranston has had a rich and varied career, lending his talents to everything from anime voice work (Armitage III and Macross Plus) to daytime television (as an original cast member of Loving). His commanding but off-kilter presence and quirky charm have easily provided Cranston with the necessary range to essay such diverse roles, and the longtime actor can always be counted on to inject a healthy dose of personality into his performances, no matter how large or small the role may be. Though the San Fernando Valley native made his television debut as a commercial actor at the age of eight, it wasn't until college that Cranston truly realized his calling as an actor. Following college graduation, Cranston's passion eventually drew him to Daytona Beach, FL, where the burgeoning actor appeared in such community-theater productions as Barefoot in the Park and Death of a Salesman. In 1982, he joined the cast of the then-new soap opera Loving, and though he would only remain with the daytime drama for a short time, appearances in Airwolf and Hill Street Blues, among various other series, found the actor maintaining a notable presence on television. Following a series of supporting feature performances, Cranston moved back to the small screen with a regular role in the 1988 sitcom Raising Miranda. In the years that followed, he would frequently shift between film (Clean Slate) and television (The Louie Show) while supplementing his income with voice-over work for such popular anime series as Armitage III. Supporting performances in such high-profile features as That Thing You Do! and Saving Private Ryan helped to increase the busy actor's recognition factor, and in 1999, Cranston wrote, produced, directed, and starred in his first feature film, a low-key drama entitled Last Chance. Though the film failed to gain much attention, Cranston was soon receiving numerous positive notices for his Emmy-nominated role as the hapless father in the breakout television hit Malcolm in the Middle. His performance alternately eccentric and endearing, Cranston injected the role with the perfect balance of fatherly weirdness and down-to-earth charm, and the series embarked on a healthy run. In the years that followed, Cranston became an increasingly familiar face to television and film viewers, and in addition to offering vocal work for the short-lived animated television series Clerks, he would contribute to such family-friendly fare as 'Twas the Night and The Santa Claus Brothers. After taking the lead in the 2003 made-for-television feature Thanksgiving Family Reunion, Cranston could be spotted opposite screen legend Kirk Douglas in the 2004 drama The Illusion.
- Has one daughter named Taylor.
- His father is actor Joe Cranston. His brother is Kyle Edward Cranston.
- A couple other titles he voice for were "Royal Space Force - The Wings of Honneamise", and "Macross Plus".
- Once did voice acting for the English dubbing of Japanese Animation (or Anime), under the name "Lee Stone".
- In the original Armitage III Polymatrix 4 episode home video release (also know as an OAV), he's listed as "Lee Stone", but in the movie edition of the same name, he's listed under his real name "Bryan Cranston".
- Became an ordained minister when he was in college as a part-time job.
- Got his start at the Granada Theatre in the San Fernando Valley, California.
- Produced his "Kidsmartz" safety video with his "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000) crew during one of their weeks off.
- Such a big baseball fan that his wife threw him a surprise 40th birthday party at Dodgers Stadium.
- Always grows a beard and mustache during his "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000) hiatus.
- His favorite episode of "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000)is the first season episode "Rollerskates". He spent six weeks before filming learning how to rollerskate.
- Impersonated Brad Garrett's "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996) voice shortly after losing to him for the second year in a row at the 2004 Emmy Awards. The crowd laughed hysterically, as did Brad Garrett himself.
- Presented the category "Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series" at the 2004 Emmy Awards with his "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000) co-star Jane Kaczmarek. Ironically enough, Bryan had been eligible for that category (for directing the "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000) episode "Stereo Store") but did not receive a nomination.
- Was singled out by frequent "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000) director Todd Holland during his Emmy speech in 2001. Cranston had been overlooked that year, and Holland proclaimed that he would "stand up here soon." Cranston was subsequently nominated for the first-time the next year.
- Directed three episodes of "Malcolm in the Middle" (2000) during its fifth season. The episodes were "Vegas", "Dirty Magazine", and "Experiment".
- The last name of the first Blue Ranger on "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" (1993) was named after him. He did various work as part of the crew (voice-overs, etc.), so the Blue Ranger's full name became Billy Cranston.
- Has a dog named Sugar, saved from a local Los Angeles pound.
- Enjoys traveling to Hawaii.
- Met his wife Robin Dearden on the set of the show "Airwolf" (1984) He was playing the villain of the week, and she was his hostage (held at gunpoint).
- Attended and graduated from Canoga Park High School, Canoga Park, California in 1974.
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