Bryan Cranston answers viewer questions on life after ‘Breaking Bad’
Was President Lyndon B. Johnson a boxers or a briefs man?
Bryan Cranston — now playing Johnson in the Tony-nominated play “All the Way” — deems boxers the more “presidential” and likely choice for the late president. Cranston, who just snagged a Tony nomination for that performance, recently spoke with PBS NewsHour’s Jeffrey Brown about his time on Broadway and life after “Breaking Bad.”
In anticipation of that interview — airing this Saturday on PBS NewsHour Weekend — Cranston answered a few questions from viewers like you, including whether Walter White affected his personal life and what his preference is between comedy and drama.