The 57-year-old actor told surprised audience members in Hall H that he was actually the guy walking the Comic-Con floor dressed as Water White, his "Breaking Bad" character, who also goes by the alias "Heisenberg."
After dramatically removing his mask at the "Breaking Bad" panel, Cranston explained that he disguised his voice
by speaking to fans in a "higher register."
His co-star, Aaron Paul, joked that Cranston was “the most professional person I’ve ever worked with but also the immature man I’ve ever experienced, as you can tell. Which is a beautiful combination.”
Cranston and Paul kept the joke running for awhile, talking to the mask and even kissing it.
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