Bryan Cranston on Experiencing Fame Later in Life

Talented actor Bryan Cranston told Anderson he thinks being famous later in life is actually a blessing. "For it to happen later on in my life, it's better. There's a Chinese saying, 'I hope you find fame and fortune early in life,' and it's meant as a curse."

He added, "I can't honestly say that anybody deserves this kind of ridiculous attention. Actors, we just like to work. You're looking for opportunities, and if you are lucky enough, you get some breaks and you have a potential career going on."

Cranston, who stars in hugely successful AMC series "Breaking Bad," joked that people come up to him on the street and ask for samples of meth.

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