Bryan CranstonACTOR | PRODUCER | WRITER
Los Angeles-born actor Bryan Cranston is a six-time Emmy Award-winner best known as Walter White on Breaking Bad. He visited NYFA to screen and discuss his film Trumbo in which he plays the lead, a Hollywood screenwriter blacklisted for his political beliefs. In addition to discussing his career, Cranston gave sage advice to students from all disciplines, “Don’t put yourself in a position of need. You’re there to give them something.” A capacity crowd filled the 550-seat Ross Theatre on the grounds of Warner Bros. Studios.