Bryan Cranston is greeted by a flock of fans as he attends day seven of the 2017 Giffoni Film Festival on Thursday (July 20) in Giffoni Valle Piana, Italy.
The 61-year-old actor met with festgoers and held a master class on his work after being presented with the festival’s Giffoni Experience Award, which was awarded to Game of Thrones star Kit Hartington as well the day before.
Bryan recently opened up about being “grateful” for getting famous later in his career.
“I’m grateful it happened later, because I was able to develop a sound foundation of my life without any level of fame given to a boy,” Bryan expressed (via The Guardian). “One of the traps in being a celebrity is, there’s a certain curfew that I have in my mind. If I’m out in public, every time I feel it, I look at my watch to see what time it is, and almost invariably, it’s around 10.30pm. I’m starting to feel a waning of the evening. The energy has changed. I attribute it to alcohol. My wife and I squeeze each other’s legs, and it’s time to leave. If I’m there at midnight… Nothing valuable or worthwhile usually happens after midnight.”