Good news for fans who first noticed Bryan Cranston back when he was voicing Snizard on "Mighty Morpin' Power Rangers": the "Breaking Bad" actor will get his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year.
Among the 24 honorees next year will also be TV favorites Simon Baker, Bryan Cranston, Ellen DeGeneres, Jane Lynch, Katey Sagal, and Matthew Perry. (Via)
It's about time. Cranston hit the big-time playing meth kingpin Walter White (that's so much fun to write), but he was consistently doing great work as Hal on "Malcolm in the Middle," a role that should have gotten him his own star before...well, the people who were elected for their TV work on this list. I don't care that David Hasselhoff has been around longer — it's not right that he got to stick his hands in disgusting, wet cement before Cranston, as well as Katey Sagal, did. (Celebrities still do that, right?)