Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad and the time he was suspected of an actual murder | Netflix series | SPORTS-PLAY

For many, “Breaking Bad” It is one of the best series that Bryan Cranston has starred in. The actor played Walter White, a chemistry professor diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer and after the news, his only obsession is to think about how he can raise the money necessary to pay the support of his family. In that process, he becomes Heisenberg, who brings out the most evil of his being until he seeks power.

His radical transformation to the Machiavellian Heisenberg made Bryan Cranston win all the accolades and awards possible. Such was the success of “Breaking Bad” which spawned an equally fascinating spinoff series, “Better Call Saul,” as well as a sequel film, “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” in which the actor reprises the role of Walter White in a flashback.

Although the series ended in 2013, its arrival in Netflix it kept it in force for many more years. In fact, to date Cranston is related to fiction and, something few knew, maintains a relationship with his character. In that way? Well, it was learned that the American actor and director was related to a murder. Here are all the details.

Bryan Cranston played Walter White in the series “Breaking Bad.” (Photo: Capture)

THE TIME BRYAN CRANSTON BECAME A MURDER SUSPECT

In an interview on “The Tonight Show,” the actor confessed that he was a suspect in the murder of a chef in the 70s. Cranston said that it all happened during a motorcycle trip that ended in death.

The actor who plays the fearsome Heisenberg told that he took a two-year motorcycle trip with his brother, in which they intended to travel all over the United States. This is how Bryan and Kyle decided to venture out. Young people work temporarily to pay for the trip, one of those jobs was waiters in a restaurant in Daytona Beach.

Cranston claimed that the chef, Peter Wong, was a hateful man and many young men talked between jokes about killing him. To everyone’s surprise, one good day the cook appeared dead. Someone had killed him. Precisely, this event coincided with the Cranston brothers leaving the city to search for the next adventure. For the local police they were murder suspects.

The actor who plays the fearsome Heisenberg told that he made a two-year motorcycle trip with his brother, in which they intended to travel all over the United States (Photo: AMC)
The actor who plays the fearsome Heisenberg told that he made a two-year motorcycle trip with his brother, in which they intended to travel all over the United States (Photo: AMC)

“We traveled to Florida in the winter, we made all the money we could and we worked at a place called the Hawaiian Inn. And at the Hawaiian Inn there was a man, the chef, who was the worst man on the face of the earth. His name was Peter Wong and it didn’t matter how good you were to him, he hated you. So we waiters used to sit around and talk about killing Peter Wong. “commented the actor.

“At the end of the season, in the spring, my brother and I took the bikes and went north. At that very moment, Peter disappeared. They found him dead. The police came to the Hawaiian Inn and said ‘Has anyone here talked about killing Peter Wong?’ Everyone was like ‘uhm…’. ‘Ok, has anyone who is no longer here talked about it?’ And they said the Cranston brothers had left on their motorcycles. We heard that they were looking for us “added.

Although the interpreter did not reveal how they managed to get rid of the situation, it is clear that they were innocent and this was proven to the authorities.

Although the interpreter did not reveal how they managed to get rid of the situation, it is clear that they were innocent and this was demonstrated to the authorities (Photo: AMC)
Although the interpreter did not reveal how they managed to get rid of the situation, it is clear that they were innocent and this was demonstrated to the authorities (Photo: AMC)

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