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Watch! Cranston sings his speech at SAG Awards

1 of 1 Cranston and his wife Robin Dearden at the SAG Awards on Saturday
Cranston and his wife Robin Dearden at the SAG Awards on Saturday

We know he is one who knocks but Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston proved he is also the one who sings at Saturday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The 57-year-old actor, who played chemistry teacher turned drug manufacturer Walter White in the acclaimed drama, broke into song as he picked up awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series and, along with the rest of the cast, Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

Accepting his gong, Cranston sang "I won a SAG Awaaaaaard!" before delivering a gracious and funny speech about his part in Breaking Bad.

"I've had so many crappy jobs in my life, I gotta tell ya. I loaded trucks downtown - coal, dust, dirt in every orifice," he said. "People yelling at you - Cranston!! Move faster! Work harder! And the only thing that got me through, was imagining, dreaming, that one day I could actually make a living as an ACTOR and that's what got me true. Thank god!"

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