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Bryan Cranston joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios for an exclusive interview on the release of his autobiography, A Life in Parts. Bryan discusses the writing process, the experience of recording the audiobook, and of course his role as Walter White in Breaking Bad.

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¶¶¶¶¶ Great BOok ǂǂǢǢ

Great book to listen. . . Ȩ ȨȨ Ȩ Ȩ ȿ θ θ ώ ώ ώ Њ

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BREAKING BAD!!!!!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would highly recommend this interview! I really enjoy finding out more information on the actors I admire and enjoy for entertainment. These interviews not only give insight into how they feel but make someone of their "unknowable" status relatable. In a way some of these interviews I feel make you realize they aren't just really impressive actors but human beings as well. There are times I think fans can forget that!

What did you like best about this story?

Bryan Cranston's growth with the role of Breaking Bad. He really wanted to get into a character role that you don't normally see. That can be risky in a field where the general public can help push or kill your career.

Which scene was your favorite?

His honesty about wanting to narrate his own book because he couldn't imagine anyone else being able to read his own words!

Any additional comments?

I love that the interviewer doesn't hinder or cut the person they are interviewing off. So many times I think that a good interview should be that you ask a question and let the conversion continue until it trails off and then ask another question to get it back to the same tempo throughout. I very rarely come across interviews that have the ability to do this and these Audile Sessions achieve just that!

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Nice and short.

Bryan Cranston is a sincere, honest man who doesn't add a lot of slick marketing nonsense to this interview. He talks a bit about his mémoire, but doesn't linger too long in it and the interviewer is generous. Worth it.

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Great person and great interview.

Such a modest and clever man, great actor with vibrant voice! His a living classic actor!

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I love Bryan Cranston !!!

So after hearing the interview, I feel like I have to read his new book!

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Good Intro to Bryan Cranston's Autobiography

This is a nice succinct interview with Bryan Cranston in relation to his new autobiography, A Life in Parts. Helpful and interesting to get his insights on the art of acting, emotional investment on playing Walter White in the incredible series Breaking Bad, and what it's like to narrate your own audiobook. Highly recommended and a quick read.

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  • Steven Emsley
  • 08-07-17

Great voice

Interesting self revelations from a great but winningly modest actor. Certainly makes me want to hear the autobiography.

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  • Graham G.
  • 01-12-17

Not the best interviewer

Not the best interviewer. Audible requires the additional words as a somewhat silly purile policy.