ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — On July 16, fans will be able to walk on Bryan Cranston.
As least his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The “Breaking Bad” actor tweeted on Monday that he will be getting a star on the famous walkway.
“Getting a star on Hollywood Blvd. Join me, 1717 Vine-11 a.m. or livestream at walkoffame.com,” he tweeted.
The Emmy Award-winning actor plays Walter White — a teacher turned drug lord — on the AMC hit show that is based in Albuquerque.
The final eight episodes of the series will begin airing on Aug. 11.
Cranston will be honored by his “Malcolm in the Middle” co-star Jane Kaczmarek and “Breaking Bad” co-star Aaron Paul.
In addition to his role on “Breaking Bad,” Cranston has been involved with many projects.
He’s appeared in TV shows, “Malcolm in the Middle,” “Seinfeld,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “30 Rock” and “The Simpsons.” He’s also appeared in “Rock of Ages,” “Argo,” “Saving Private Ryan” and “John Carter.”
In Albuquerque, Cranston is known for working with Youth Development, Inc. and sponsoring celebrity softball games at Isotopes Park for two seasons.