“We’ve got to fire him”: Bryan Cranston Personally Made 1 Breaking Bad Star be Fired for Being “Incredibly inappropriate”

Bryan Cranston had to make a crew member of Breaking Bad get fired!

"We've got to fire him": Bryan Cranston Personally Made 1 Breaking Bad Star be Fired for Being "Incredibly inappropriate"


  • Bryan Cranston has been known around the world for portraying the terrifying character of Walter White aka Heisenberg in Breaking Bad.
  • The actor recalled a time where he made a crew member of the show get fired due to his highly inappropriate behavior on set!
  • Cranston's co-star Bob Odenkirk revealed that he learned some of the best acting from Bryan Cranston!
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Bryan Cranston is one of the more iconic and veteran actors in Hollywood known for their versatile styles. From portraying Malcolm in Malcolm in the Middle to Heisenberg in Breaking Bad, Cranston has proved himself time and time again that he has a no-nonsense attitude about him.

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Recalling the days of shooting Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston revealed that there was a crew member on set who had very inappropriate behavior. The actor was left with no choice but to report that person to the producer and the crew member was fired!

Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad
Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad

Bryan Cranston Doesn’t Tolerate Inappropriate Behavior

Portraying the iconic role of Walter White aka Heisenberg in Breaking Bad, Cranston is one of the most respected and revered actors in Hollywood. Known for his iconic dialogues and his art of creating methamphetamine, Heisenberg’s character is known far and wide around the world.

Bryan Cranston as Walter White
Bryan Cranston as Walter White

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Although Cranston absolutely crushed the role, he isn’t like his on-screen counterpart in real life! In an interview with GQ where Cranston was joined by Scarlett Johansson, the actor talked about how he made a crew member get fired because of his inappropriate behavior while working on the sets of Breaking Bad.

“He was incredibly inappropriate and inebriated, and he made a lot of people on our show feel very uncomfortable. And when I went in to talk to my producer about it and said, ‘We’ve got to let him go. We’ve got to fire him. It’s inexcusable behaviour,’ he said, ‘It’s already done.’”

Having a no-nonsense attitude, we are sure that Bryan Cranston was in the right. Even his co-star Bob Odenkirk recalled an experience with Cranston’s routine and praised the actor for his acting skills.


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Bob Odenkirk Learned Acting From Bryan Cranston

Bob Odenkirk in a still from Better Call Saul
Bob Odenkirk in a still from Better Call Saul

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Being one of the most remarkable actors out there, Bob Odenkirk has also been much loved for his portrayal of Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. With an awesome lawyer persona to his name, Odenkirk has indeed acted in some of the best scenes from the Breaking Bad universe. The actor talked about how he learned acting from Bryan Cranston and what his routine after lunch would be like!

“After lunch sometime, [Cranston] ask[s] the caterers to make you a sandwich for dinner, because you won’t have time to go out to dinner or even make dinner when you get home. So get food, and then when you’re done, you take the food and you go home and eat it and you study your lines for the next day.”

Odenkirk further continued,


“I learned the most about acting from acting in a room with Bryan Cranston,”

Sure enough, the actor is quite a force to be reckoned with. Cranston is currently attached to 4 upcoming projects and one of them is voicing the character of Li in Kung Fu Panda 4! As for the iconic drama series, Breaking Bad is available to stream on Netflix in the U.S.


Written by Visarg Acharya

Visarg Acharya, Associate Content Writer, has been heavily involved in movies, series, and history. Having an experience of 2 years in the field of content writing, Visarg is a seasoned writer. Having a degree in Physics, Visarg Acharya has published a dissertation alongside a plethora of poems and short stories along the way.