Bryan Cranston is an American actor, who is best known for his performance in the AMC crime drama Breaking Bad. In the series, Cranston played the character Walter White for which he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor. He has won four Emmy so far.
Cranston is 61 years old and has a net worth of over $60 million. His net worth hiked when he became one of the producers of the series Breaking Bad, after its second season in 2011. His earnings rapidly increased after he invested in one of the most favored series of that time. His individual income at that time was around $225,000 per episode.
Besides, his iconic role as a meth dealer in 2014 Godzilla franchise also highly influenced his career and eventually his income. Moreover, Cranston has also starred as a Scientist, Joe Brody in the blockbuster film which was able to gross over $93 million in the opening weekend alone in the U.S.
Bryan Cranston's Net Worth, Salary
Bryan's career as an actor and producer has made a huge impact on his overall net worth. One among many roles played by him was his character as Walter White in Breaking Bad. He was also one of the producers of the show after the second season. Likewise, as he played meth dealer's character, he earned over $225,000 per episode in the initial seasons. Similarly, one of his co-actor Aaron Paul, who played the character Jessy Pinkman, had the salary of over $150,000 per episode.
Bryan Cranston as Walter White in Breaking Bad
Moving towards Cranston's total earnings through his career, he has an estimated net worth of around $60 million according to some sources. Although different sources have different information about Cranston's net worth, one thing is for sure, he is a multimillionaire.
The government shutdown today comes on the 10th anniversary of the premiere of Breaking Bad, Jan 20, 2008.... https://t.co/CNHhc5ZnYf
— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) January 20, 2018
Breaking Bad had 5 seasons, and in its final season, Cranston's salary grew and touched a million in 2013. During the last eight episodes, Cranston's salary was $1.8 million.
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Cranston's is not only known for his role in the Breaking Bad. Besides, Cranston's remarkable performances include the 2015 film Trumbo, 2014 movie Godzilla, 2016 movie Why Him, and Kung Fu Panda 3. In the 2015 movie Trumbo, Cranston was nominated for his first Academy Award.
Bryan Cranston's Houses, Car, Properties
Bryan owns a house in Ventura County, California which was designed by John Turturro. The house has three bedrooms equipped with photovoltaic and water-heating solar panels. Cranston's house includes rainwater collection capabilities, energy efficient appliances, and LED lighting.
Bryan Cranston house in Ventura Country
The beautiful resident of Bryan was mentioned in the Forbes; Inside the Multi-million Dollar Homes of 2016's Oscar Nominees. Cranston's house, initially a derelict little bungalow, which was built in the 1940's. Cranston and his wife redesigned the house shortly after its purchase.
Bryan's Early Career
Bryan's early career includes his recurring role in Seinfeld, where he appeared as Dr. Tim. Before Breaking Bad, he had already worked with Vince Gilligan in an episode of The X-Files in 1998.
One of my first stage appearances (I was one of many child extras) was in a tv show circa 1963. The highlight of the day was watching a talented performer named Jerry Van Dyke. That awkward kid on the far left is me. He made us all laugh and was very nice. Thank you Jerry. RIP. pic.twitter.com/Zbov5RGOSx
— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) January 7, 2018
Cranston was also in the Steven Spielberg's film Saving Private Ryan as War Department Colonel in 1998, which had Tom Hanks as the lead actor. In 2000 Cranston got the lead role in the comedy Series Malcolm in the Middle, where he appeared as Hal. Besides, he has been in the CBS sitcoms like, How I Met Your Mother, ABC's Fallen, Disney Channel's Twas the Night and many more.