Monday Morning Wake-Up Call: “Breaking Good”

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Bryan Cranston, 60, a self described “journeyman” working actor since his mid-20’s, didn’t find fame until his fifties thanks to the hit show “Breaking Bad”.  In a 60 Minutes interview with Steve Kroft titled “Breaking Good“, he tells Steve Kroft he’s seizing the moment.

Kroft: Do you believe there will be a time when people will say, “oh, not him anymore?”

Cranston: “I’m riding a wave right now and I recognize that. I want to do as much work as I can and do the best I can and when it’s all said and done, and they say get out of the water, you’re done, I want to be so exhausted, that I look forward to it.

“I don’t want anything left in the tank.”


Notes:

  • Don’t miss the full 60 Minutes segment here: “Breaking Good
  • Photo of Bryan Cranston on Breaking Bad: hit fix.com

Comments

  1. I don’t want any regrets or anything left in the tank either! Great attitude 🙏🏻

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  2. yes, and just lay on the deck

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  3. Hmmm…sounds a bit like you…😉

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  4. I liked him as the dad on Malcolm in the Middle…I like his philosophy but am still waiting to be discovered…

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  5. I’m with him.
    As for the “hit” show Breaking Bad, I hated it.
    My older son started watching it, step-daughter joined in, younger son, then they lured my husband into watching it.
    And everytime I happen to walk into the living room and they’re watching it they all got a piece of my mind.
    It’s sick.
    Just can’t.

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