Bryan Cranston took home his first Golden Globe for playing Walter White on Breaking Bad. Cranston was nominated previously for Malcolm In The Middle.
After receiving the award Cranston said that his award was a “wonderful honor” and “lovely way to say goodbye to the show that meant so much to me.”
“Breaking Bad,” created by Vince Gilligan, ended its run on AMC in September, after five seasons. In September,
“Breaking Bad,” took home its first Emmy for best drama series last year. So did Cranston’s co-star Anna Gunn (outstanding supporting actress in a drama series), who played Walter’s wife, Skyler.
Bryan Cranston previously won three consecutive lead actor Emmys for “Breaking Bad,” in 2008, 2009 and 2010.