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‘Breaking Bad’ Star Bryan Cranston Was Once Investigated For Murder

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Bryan Cranston’s acting on “Breaking Bad” was incredible, but maybe there’s a reason why he was able to so perfectly capture Walter White’s descent into crime and evil — he was once investigated for a murder in real life.

During an appearance on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, theSalacious Crumb of late night hosts, the 60-year-old actor explained how he and his brother went on a “two-year motorcycle ride across the United States in the mid-’70s.”

Their travels took them to Daytona Beach, Florida, where they worked for a spell at a Polynesian restaurant called the Hawaiian Inn. The chef there was a man named Peter Wong, who Cranston described as “a good chef and a horrible person,” adding that Wong might’ve been the first person he ever really hated.

The rest of the waitstaff hated him too, and would often joke about offing him. “I’m just thinking that I would slice him up — not dice him up — tender slices,” Cranston remembered joking.

That made things awkward when the season ended and the Cranstons left town right after Wong ended up dead. “We were somewhere north by the Carolinas by then,” Cranston said, but the investigators’ timeline checked out.

Obviously, Cranston wasn’t the killer, meaning you’ll be free to see him in the role of a lifetime: the disembodied head of Zordon in the upcoming “Power Rangers” movie.

Watch the “Tonight Show” appearance below.

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