Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. (Getty Images)
We're so used to seeing Bryan Cranston bald that it's always a shock when he shows up anywhere with hair. But his appearance at the "Need for Speed" premiere on Tuesday was doubly shocking. Not only did he sport a full head of hair, but he was also a silver fox!
While supporting his "Breaking Bad" co-star Aaron Paul's new film, 58-year-old Cranston gave Anderson Cooper a run for his money. Cranston, who wore his natural brown hair for his appearance on Broadway's "All The Way" opening night, sported slicked-back silver locks to the afterparty of the "Need for Speed" premiere at Jimmy at the James Hotel in New York City.
What gives? According to the Daily Mail, Cranston had come directly from the set of "All The Way," in which he plays Lyndon B. Johnson, a former (gray-haired) U.S. president. Cranston had time to change his suit but not his hair.
Cranston as U.S. President Johnson in "All The Way." (Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
"All the Way," which opened on March 6, marks the actor's Broadway debut. The play revolves around Johnson's first year as president in 1963Read More »from Bryan Cranston is a silver fox at the ‘Need for Speed’ premiere