Bryan Lee Cranston (born March 7, 1956) is an American actor, voice actor, writer and director. He gained fame with a couple of guest appearances as the dentist Tim Whatley on the NBC sitcom Seinfeld and is currently best known for his roles as Hal, the father in the Fox situation comedy Malcolm in the Middle, and as Walter White in the AMC drama series Breaking Bad, for which he won three consecutive Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Emmy Awards.
Most recently, Cranston had a supporting role in the drama The Lincoln Lawyer adaptation, and supporting roles in successful thrillers Drive, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, and Contagion, directed by Steven Soderbergh. He has upcoming supporting roles in Andrew Stanton’s live action John Carter adaptation and a new adaptation of Rock of Ages and major roles in Ben Affleck’s true story Iranian hostage drama Argo as well as the Len Wiseman directed Total Recall remake in which he plays the villain. —Wikipedia
This man deserves leading roles (in films). It is unacceptable that he has thus far only played supporting characters.