American Repertory Theater to Host Discussion with Bryan Cranston

The former Breaking Bad star and Emmy-winning actor is coming to Harvard Square to talk about his new memoir A Life in Parts.

Bryan Cranston

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Walter White is coming to Harvard Square.

Former Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston will be in Cambridge next week for an in-depth discussion hosted by the American Repertory Theater. The acclaimed actor will chat about his recently released memoir A Life in Parts with WGBH’s Jared Bowen on Friday, October 28.

The event is scheduled to last for around 90 minutes and each attendee with receive a copy of the book with the price of admission. According to the memoir’s description, A Life in Parts details Cranston’s “zigzag journey from his chaotic childhood to his dramatic epiphany, and beyond, to mega-stardom and a cult-like following.”

While Cranston has gained a ton of fans over the years for his role in the hit AMC drama, his career is filled with iconic and memorable roles. His credits include a Tony Award-winning performance in the play All the Way, an Academy Award nomination for Trumbo, as well as a Screen Actors Guild Award for his work in Argo. That’s on top of the six Emmy Awards he took home for Breaking Bad.

Cranston probably could’ve won the coveted Oscar if he never turned down that role in Spotlight. Considering how may accolades he already has, it shouldn’t be too long until he adds that golden trophy to his collection.

$27-$30, Friday, October 28, 2 p.m., Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle Street, Cambridge,