Actor Bryan Cranston, best known for his portrayal of Walter White on TV’s “Breaking Bad” (for which he won four Emmys), released a moving and funny memoir this month.
In “A Life in Parts” (Scribner, $27), Cranston writes about his chaotic childhood and the jobs he held (dating consultant, farmhand, paper boy) before making it big as an actor. Before “Breaking Bad,” Cranston appeared on soap operas, on “Seinfeld” and starred on “Malcolm in the Middle.” Since the highly acclaimed AMC series ended, Cranston has won a Tony for his portrayal of LBJ and has starred in a number of movies.
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