Bryan Cranston is best known as “Walter White,” the meth-dealing chemistry teacher from Breaking Bad. But he is also a Tony and Emmy Award-winning actor whose face and voice are everywhere including films and TV shows like Argo, Trumbo, Malcolm in the Middle, The Simpsons and Family Guy. In 2016, Bryan took a break from fiction and comedy, to make “The Infiltrator” based on the true story of Robert Mazur—a federal agent who went undercover for five years to infiltrate Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Drug Cartel. “The Real Story of: The Infiltrator” shows just how close Cranston’s performance came to the real lawman when he realized he was in too deep.
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