Bryan Cranston Wins Best Actor Olivier Award

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston landed the top acting honour at this year’s Olivier Awards for his star turn in a production of Network at the National Theatre in London. Best known for the 1976 big screen version starring William Holden and Faye Dunaway, the show features a cynical news network exploiting the furious rantings of one of its former anchors for their own profit.

Cranston added his well deserved Olivier statue for Best Actor to his recent win at the Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards.  Red Carpet News TV spoke to him there about the seemingly timely themes of the production, the magic of the west end stage and working with Wes Anderson on his latest film Isle Of Dogs.

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