Bryan Cranston Channels Breaking Bad’s Walter White In Promposal Video


Bryan Cranston, 58, is well-known for his roles portraying Walter White in the AMC crime drama Breaking Bad from 2008 to 2013.

Bryan Cranston helped a young teen, Stefan Montana, ask Maddie Abene to prom, doing so by channeling Breaking Bad’s Walter White in a promposal video.

Promposals are an elaborate, creative way to ask that special someone to one of the biggest high school events – prom. For example, last year Stephanie Samuelson from Connecticut awoke Valentine’s Day morning to a 5-foot snow-carved sculpture that simply read, “PROM?”

Her suitor, identified as Dan in a report in the Huffington Post, labored alongside the girl’s brother for several hours during the night in order to complete the grand promposal yard-art.

Others have come up with YouTube videos, incorporating elaborate dance routines, singing, or using the venue to ask celebrities like Victoria Justice and Kate Upton to attend prom as their date.

But in Stefan Montana’s case, the young teen from Los Gatos, California, managed to recruit actor Bryan Cranston and have him reprise his Breaking Bad’s Walter White role, channeling the dark drug dealer in a promposal video, explains ABC News.

During the promposal, Cranston uttered the following in a rather maleficently suggestive tone. “Maddie, if you don’t go to the prom with Stefan than maybe your best course of action is to tread lightly.”

Thankfully, Maddie said yes!

Bryan Cranston, 58, is well-known for his roles portraying Walter White in the AMC crime drama Breaking Bad from 2008 to 2013, and the quirky, fun-loving Hal in the Fox comedy series Malcolm in the Middle from 2000 to 2006.

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Megan Charles

Megan Charles is a general news and health-focus writer with a background in medicine and biotechnology. Currently she is contributing to Social News Daily and Whole Woman Health. Former credits include Indyposted, The Daily Globe, and The Inquisitr.

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