Bryan Cranston looks unrecognizable as actor spotted at LAX Airport
The 66-year old 'Breaking Bad' actor was seen looking calm as he was spotted at LAX
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: 'Breaking Bad' actor Bryan Cranston was recently spotted at the airport sporting a new look that made him look a far cry from the man we saw on his hit television show. He was seen at LAX, looking as comfortable as can be with a bag in hand, presumably ready to jet off.
This appearance comes a few days after Cranston’s interview with Collider, where he spoke about his upcoming work on the film 'Jerry & Marge Go Large' and lavished praises on his director Wes Anderson. In the film, Cranston co-stars with Annette Bening, and the movie is billed to be a fuzzy new comedy.
Cranston dressed comfortably and simply for his flight- he wore a brown checkered button-up shirt and a normal pair of black pants. He wore a black t-shirt under the button-up as well. He carried his own bags- a black suitcase and another black backpack. Cranston wore a black baseball cap and completed his look with reading glasses as well. The actor, who is most famous for playing a bald clean shaven chemistry teacher, sported a heavy beard that he did not bother dyeing- the white in his beard was prominent.
While Cranston was pictured solo at LAX, he is nowhere close to alone in his personal life- he has been in a long happy marriage to actress Robin Dearden since 1989 and has a daughter named Taylor with her as well. Interestingly, Dearden and Cranston met on the sets of 'Airwolf', where Cranston was playing the villain of the week and Dearden played a hostage that Cranston’s character held at gunpoint. That isn’t his only time sharing screen space with family, however- his daughter Taylor was an extra on an episode of 'Breaking Bad'- in the episode ‘No Mas’, the first one of the third season. Cranston also directed that episode.
Cranston had spoken about his 25-year-old daughter in an interview with Route Magazine, where he mentions how he was trying to be a good parent and was getting into the transition of letting her be her own person. He said, “It’s thinking that my job for so many years was to guide her away from or into areas that I think would either be harmful or helpful to her. Now, you kind of have to just be reactive to things. At some point, I’d love to be a grandfather. That would be a nice thing.”