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Men of the year: Bryan Cranston


Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul on what makes the 57-year-old actor as legendary as Walter White...

“He’s such an incredible human being. He’s been like that since day one. I look up to him on a business and a personal level. I strive to be more like him. He doesn’t have to send emails to get us riled up, or suggest getting together for dinner, but he did. He was a leader and it set the tone. I’ve worked on shows where the star keeps to himself. Everyone was excited to go to work every day and make something that they’re proud of.”

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