Remember Hal, the father in “Malcolm in the Middle”? Bryan Cranston.
Remember Walter White in “Breaking Bad”? Bryan Cranston.
Did you get to see LBJ on Broadway in “All the Way”? Bryan Cranston.
Well, he’s written a really good autobiography, and I think you shouldn’t read it — you should let him read it to you.
As long-time readers know, I’m a fan of “books on tape” — audible.com (your first book free) — especially “celebrity autobiography.” Why just read Tina Fey or Trevor Noah or Steve Martin or Amy Schumer, when these amazing performers are happy to tell you their stories directly, perhaps even while you power-walk through the park or sit in the waiting room? You can listen to them at regular speed or — very comfortably in some cases — at 1.25X or 1.5X speed (read a 9-hour book in 6).
Quote of the Day
We've forgotten all the sacrifices that the people who've gone before us made to give us this wonderful life that we have. We accept it; we take it for granted; we think it's our birthright. The facts are, it's precious, it's fragile -- it can disappear.~Ross Perot, 1988
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