Bryan Cranston's BREAKING BAD Memoir Gets a Working Title; Will Detail Actor's Life Beyond the Show
As BWW previously reported, Bryan Cranston, who just won a Tony Award for his Broadway debut as former President Lyndon B. Johnson in the new play All the Way, will soon share a behind-the-scenes look at his popular drama series Breaking Bad in an all-new memoir.
Cranston recently told Vulture that the memoir will be about the "very, very colorful things" that happened in his own life, in addition to his experiences on the show.
He also revealed the book's title: "Tentatively, it's SAY MY NAME. I don't know if that will stick."
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The project, to be published by Scribner, will follow the actor's early career and feature stories of his time spent on the award-winning AMC series which signed off the airwaves last year.
In a statement, the actor commented, "Walter White taught me a lot -- some of it useful, some of it dangerous. With this book, I want to tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting Breaking Bad."
An audiobook version of the memoir will be released simultaneously by Simon & Schuster.
Cranston's portrayal of 'Walter White' earned him three Emmys, a Golden Globe, and three Screen Actors Guild awards. The series concluded its run with record breaking ratings in September of 2013. The actor just graced the big screen in Sony Pictures' Godzilla and is working on the movies Kung Fu Panda 3, Trumbo and Holland, Michigan.
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