Tony Awards 2014: Bryan Cranston Best Actor acceptance speech (Video)

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It’s been quite a career upswing recently for Bryan Cranston who has quickly become one of the finest actors of his generation over the course of what only seems like a few years. But Cranston has been kicking around since the early 90s and his 20-plus years of screen and stage work are paying off dividends now.

He’s going to be chasing one last Emmy award this year for his legendary and iconic role as Walter White on Breaking Bad, but Cranston showed off his acting range this year with his role in “All The Way” in which he portrayed former President Lyndon B. Johnson.

It was Cranston’s debut on Broadway and as a result of his stunning work, he took home the Tony Award for Best Actor.

Cranston is on a roll in his career and it’s no surprise that he’s been getting the credit critics have been giving him. He’s one of the most gifted actors of his generation and while he may have been around and well known for years, he’s clearly hitting his peak and is int he prime of his career now.

It’s been a long journey for Cranston, from guest starring on Seinfeld to holding down a memorable role on Malcolm in the Middle to his recent surge in critically acclaimed roles. His career has been amazing to watch and seeing him reap the rewards of his work is something everyone is enjoying.

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