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Bryan Cranston Talks About That Time He Was A Real Murder Suspect

Bryan Cranston killed many people as Walter White on “Breaking Bad.” But there was a time in real life that he was pursued by police investigating a murder, the actor says. On “The Tonight Show” Wednesday to promote his autobiography A Life In Parts, Cranston told host Jimmy Fallon that the trouble began when he and his brother took temp jobs as waiters in the mid-’70s at a restaurant in Daytona Beach, Florida.
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