(1990s-2000s) Theatrical credits include starring roles in "The God of Hell", "Chapter Two", "The Taming of the Shrew", "A Doll's House", "Eastern Standard", "Wrestlers", "Barefoot in the Park", and "The Steven Weed Show", for which he won a Drama-Logue.
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Brian Cranston | Lee Stone | Phil Williams
5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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I don't need to work, but I love to work and I will make the movie if I would want to go and see it. But if I hear about a story that you could do in a sketch - and a lot of films should be just sketches - then I am not interested in it. I think too many movies attempt to stretch a very small idea. They will make something about a kid trying to lose his virginity while going to college. It's like...
In the original Armitage III Polymatrix 4 episode home video release (also know as an OAV), he's listed as "Lee Stone", but in the movie edition of the same name, he's listed under his real name "Bryan Cranston".
Powerful deep voice