Bryan Cranston Remembers the Director Who Gave Him His Big Break
Bryan Cranston sports a bow tie while getting into character for his upcoming film The Infiltrator on Thursday afternoon (April 2) in East Sussex, England.
The 59-year-old actor is portraying the role of Robert Mazur in the movie which follows a U.S. Customs official after he uncovers a money laundering scheme involving Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
The day before, Bryan took to social media to remember director Walter Grauman who died a couple weeks ago.
“Got my SAG card in 1979 on the film To Race The Wind. The director asked,”Hey kid, can you act?” Walter Grauman has died. Thank you sir. RIP,” he tweeted.