Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston appears in the recurring role of Tim Sacksky, the annoyning next door neighbor of the Heffernans, in Seasons 1-7, in a total of six episodes.
Vital statistics
Born: (1956-03-07) March 7, 1956 (age 62)
Birthplace San Fernando Valley, CA, U.S.
Occupation Actor/Director
Family and Personal
Character information
Appeared on: The King of Queens
Episodes appeared in: 4 from Seasons 1–3
Appears as: Tim Sacksky

Bryan Cranston (born March 7, 1956) appears on The King of Queens as Tim Sacksky, the annoying loud neighbor with the pool over looking the privacy fence in a total of four episodes from Seasons 1-3.

Bryan is perhaps best known to TV viewers for his roles as Hal Wilkerson on the long-running FOX-TV series Malcolm in the Middle and as Walter White in the AMC-TV series Breaking Bad. Cranston has won three consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for this role.


Born in San Fernando Valley, California, Bryan grew up in Los Angeles and went to college to study police science. He got his start in acting in the theatre, and soon began doing commercial and TV work. His first big role was a 9-episode recurring spot on the TV series Raising Miranda as Uncle Russell. He continued to hold small television and film roles, including a recurring spot on Seinfeld. In 1998 he was cast as Buzz Aldrin on the HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon. Two years later, he was cast as the father, Hal Wilkerson in the Fox-TV sitcom Malcolm in the Middle which ran for six years.

Bryan also has appeared in a couple episodes of How I Met Your Mother as Ted Hammonds's obnoxious boss. In 2008, he was cast in the AMC-TV series Breaking Bad as Walter White, a role that has earned him three Emmy Awards and numerous other awards. In 2014, he starred in the movie Godzilla.

Bryan is also a director, writer and producer. Bryan wrote, directed, and produced the film Last Chance, and has directed episodes of Malcolm in the MiddleBig Day and Breaking Bad. In 1997, he played Ranger Captain Ericsson in the Babylon 5 episode, "The Long Night."


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