Bryan Cranston’s wife, actress Robin Dearden, will be happy when her busy husband wraps up his role in “All the Way,” a play about the early years of Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidency, at the Neil Simon Theatre.
Cranston said that after he’s done the play on June 29, he will return to California to spend time with Dearden and their 21-year-old daughter, Tyler Cranston. The actor also wants to “lay in a hammock,” according to Variety.
But there won’t be a lot of rest time for the “Breaking Bad” actor as in the recent interview with CNN he gave fans a glimmer of hope that there will be a Season 6 for Walter White.
“You never saw a bag zip up or anything,” he said in the interview.
“Is he dead?” asked reporter Ashleigh Banfield.
“I don’t know,” Cranston said, reluctantly. “Never say never,” he then added.
Cranston was most recently spotted with his wife taking a walk in New York’s Central Park during the Memorial Day holiday.
Daerden, known for “Last Chance” (1999), “Myron’s Movie” (2004), and “Wooly Boys” (2001), also made a very brief appearance in the second season of “Breaking Bad.” Taylor Dearden Cranston is known for her role in “101 Ways to Get Rejected” (2013), “Calling” (2011).
The only confirmed continuation of the “Breaking Bad” series is the spinoff comedy “Better Call Saul” which will start filming in June of this year and is scheduled to get released later in 2014.