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Bryan Cranston receives star on Walk of Fame

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Bryan Cranston receives star on Hollywood walk of fame

Actor and director Bryan Cranston, best known for his roles in TV shows Malcom in the Middle and Breaking Bad, has received a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Actor and director Bryan Cranston, best known for his roles in TV shows Malcom in the Middle and Breaking Bad, has received a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Friends, family and colleagues joined the 57-year-old yesterday (July16th) at the ceremony outside the Redbury Hotel on Vine Street in Hollywood.

Breaking Bad's RJ Mitte, Anna Gunn, and Aaron Paul were joined by Cranston's former Malcolm in the Middle cast-mates, Frankie Muniz and Jane Kaczmarek, to cheer on the actor alongside his wife Robin Dearden and their daughter, Taylor Dearden Cranston.

Aaron Paul spoke at the event and said: “Breaking Bad would not be the same without this man. Let's be honest, television would not be the same without this man. But I'm here to tell you all that I, personally, would not be the same without this man."

Jane Kaczmarek revealed that Cranston used to serenade the Malcom in the Middle cast to help raise their spirits at the end of a long day.

“We would count our lucky stars that Bryan Cranston was in our cast, that he was in our show, that Bryan Cranston was our friend." she said.

Cranston, who was in high spirits at the ceremony, sang a verse from the song On the Street Where You Live during his speech and then hit the pavement to do some press-ups.

Cranston received three Emmy nominations for Malcolm in the Middle between 2000 to 2006, and he has won three Emmys for his role in Breaking Bad from 2008 to 2010.

Breaking Bad is due to return for its final episodes later this year.

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