Bryan Cranston Announces Retirement from Acting in New Interview: The Exit Plan

Bryan Cranston, the Emmy-winning actor, has revealed plans to retire from acting in 2026.

Cranston will next star in Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City, which will have its wide release on June 23.

He is also attached to Matthew Vaughn’s spy thriller Argylle and the recently announced drama film Everything’s Going To Be Great.

Cranston wants to spend more time with his wife Robin Dearden, who he has been married to since 1989.

Cranston is best known for his portrayal of Walter White in Breaking Bad, for which he won six Emmys.

He has also shown immense versatility, playing comedic roles in Malcolm in the Middle and Seinfeld.

Cranston received an Oscar nomination for his leading performance in the 2015 biographical drama Trumbo.