(1990s-2000s) Theatrical credits include starring roles in "The God of Hell", "Chapter Two", "The Taming of the Shrew", "A Doll's House", "Eastern Standard", "Wrestlers", "Barefoot in the Park", and "The Steven Weed Show", for which he won a Drama-Logue.
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Brian Cranston | Lee Stone | Phil Williams
5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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A lot of people think, "This guy does that really well. Here is a role just like that for him." When I left Malcolm in the Middle
(2000), I got two offers to do television pilots and they featured fun, goofy dads. I said no, and one of the producers said, "Why would you say no? You're perfect for it and it's exactly what you do." I said, "It's exactly what I did for seven years, but I am not ...
Was singled out by frequent Malcolm in the Middle
(2000) director Todd Holland
during his Emmy Award 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.
Powerful deep voice