Bryan Cranston Was Such a Bro In His Tony Award Speech for ‘Best Actor in a Play’
Look, I’m not going to yammer on about the Tony Awards last night because you can get that news elsewhere. But, as a site dedicated to all things Bro, I want to bring your attention to the fact that the extraordinarily-talented Bryan Cranston won a Tony Award last night for Best Actor in a Play. For those of you not in New York, Bryan Cranston has been playing President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Broadway play “All The Way.” When he gave an acceptance speech for the Award — which he can stack on a shelf next to his Oscars and Emmys — he mentioned that the first Broadway show he ever went to was the second act of Hair in 1977 “because it had more nudity.” Like a true Bro, he snuck in.
You are truly the one who knocks, Bryan Cranston. Never change.