Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston has reacted to an awful tattoo that referenced his Breaking Bad character, Walter White (Heisenberg).
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are two actors who settled in our memories with the characters Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in one of the best TV series in the history of television.
The first episode of Breaking Bad was broadcast on January 20, 2008, and continued for five seasons, but even after it ended, its effects continued to this day. In 2013, it entered the Guinness World Records book as the highest-rated series of all time. The show has reached such a success that tours are held around Albuquerque, the Breaking Bad filming locations where the series was filmed.
Even years after the show, Breaking Bad fans have a strong bond with the show’s characters. Some fans show their admiration with their body tattoos. However, Bryan Cranston could not hide his reaction after seeing a post on a Twitter page named ‘Awful Tattoo.’
Here’s the reaction:
“I am both humbled and offended that @AwfulTattoo had my face as one of their dubious selections…although it does look like an army of ants descended from my nose, so… you decided”
Check out the Twitter post below.
I am both humbled and offended that @AwfulTattoo had my face as one of their dubious selections…although it does look like an army of ants descended from my nose, so… you decided pic.twitter.com/rkgt7z1Mq4
— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) July 31, 2021