After a prolific career spanning more than four decades, the actor who brought iconic characters like Walter White from breaking bad or Hal’s Malcolm in the middlein addition to receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Actor for trumbo in 2016, he’s ready to return to what he considers the most important role in his life: full-time husband. For that reason Bryan Cranston is already planning a temporary retirement from acting.
In interview with GQ Magazine ahead of the premiere of Asteroid City, the Californian actor made clear his intentions to get away from the cameras and his businesses when he turns 70. The above, with the aim of spending more time with his wife, Robin Dearden.
“I want to change the paradigm one more time,” Cranston said. “For the past 24 years, Robin has led his life by holding on to my tail. She has been the best, but she has been the wife of a celebrity. She has had to adjust and spin her life around mine. She has benefited tremendously from it, but we’re far apart. I want to level that. She deserves it”.
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Bryan and Robin met on the set of the series air Wolf in 1986. The actor couple began dating a year later and got married in 1989. Together they have a daughter, Taylor Dearden, who has also dabbled in acting with series like Sweet/Vicious either for all mankind.
As part of his 2026 retirement, Bryan Cranston will close his production company Moonshot Entertainment and sell half of his Dos Hombres mezcal company, which he co-founded with Aaron Paul. So, he will move with Robin for at least six months in a foreign country, probably France. They will live in a small town, learn the local language and how to cook and garden.
“I want to have that experience,” Bryan added. “I want to go on day trips and build a fire in the fireplace and drink wine with new friends and not read scripts. It’s not going to be like, ‘Oh, I’ll read and see what I’m going to do. No, it’s a pause. It’s a stop. I won’t think about [el trabajo]. I will not accept phone calls.”
“It’s all about taking risks,” the actor concluded about the decision to completely abandon his enviable professional life. “I’m used to that feeling, of not knowing.”
We will see Bryan Cranston back on the big screen very soon with Asteroid City, the new from Wes Anderson. Know all the details HERE.
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