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Bryan Cranston is an Academy Award nominee, and an Emmy, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, Tony, and Olivier Award winner. Cranston recently starred and Executive Produced Showtime’s Your Honor, which was renewed for Season 2. In 2021, Cranston wrapped production on Jerry and Marge Go Large for Paramount+; the Wes Anderson film Asteroid City; and the Apple Original Film Argylle. Cranston made his Broadway debut as President Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way and went on to produce the HBO film adaption of the play through his Moonshot Entertainment production company. In 2018, Cranston starred as the iconic Howard Beale in the Broadway run of Network. Cranston is best known for his portrayal of two very different characters; Hal on the sit-com Malcolm in the Middle, and Walter White on the drama Breaking Bad. Cranston is a New York Times bestselling author of A Life in Parts, where he revisits the many parts he’s played on and off camera. In 2019, Cranston and his Breaking Bad partner, Aaron Paul, released an artisanal Mezcal, “Dos Hombres”, which has grown to become the 6th best-selling mezcal in the United States. He would like to raise a glass and toast tonight’s audiences for their support of live theater. Cheers.