The groundbreaking television hit “Breaking Bad” ceased filming in New Mexico more than three years ago, but the show’s star, Bryan Cranston, still has lots of love for the state.
Cranston, who won four Emmy awards for his brilliant portrayal of high school chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin Walter White, was one of the biggest stars at Saturday night’s White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington.
On the way out of the Hilton ballroom after dinner, Cranston took a moment to chat with this Washington correspondent about his ongoing affection for New Mexico and Albuquerque, in particular.
“I loved it,” Cranston told me about his experience filming in Albuquerque. “I still live there – I still have a house there. It’s a great place and we’ll always be tied.”