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Bryan Cranston donates plasma after recovering from COVID-19

“I am not in danger, Skylar. I am the danger.” –Walter White.

In the blockbuster Tv series ‘Breaking Bad’, Bryan Cranston exclaims this to his character’s wife. Sure, he was a dreadful man in the series, running a meth empire but in real life, the actor just got out of the biggest danger right now. He has recovered from mild symptoms of COVID-19.

The actor took to Instagram, to break this news amongst his fans. He informed that he has donated his plasma too, with a belief that his antibodies would be of some help for others.

Wearing a mask, he recorded the video and enumerated the process at the blood and plasma centre, run by the University Of California at Los Angeles.

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In the video, you can listen to the actor explaining his mild symptoms. He had felt a tightness in the chest, mild headache and lost his sense of smell and taste. The actor further wrote in the caption, how lucky and blessed he is. He wrote,

“I was one of the lucky ones,I count my blessings and urge you to keep wearing the damn mask, keep washing your hands, and stay socially distant.”

The actor, is widely known for his role as Walter White in Breaking Bad. He has received multiple Emmy Awards for his work on the show, while his character has become a cultural icon.

For the unaware, he has also appeared in the sitcom ‘Seinfield’, playing Tim Whatley. Other shows include, Malcolm in the Middle and Sneaky Pete. It would be foolish to just remember him for his work on Televison, the actor has done several films too. Memorable films among his filmography are, Drive, Trumbo, Argo, Saving Private Ryan and Kung Fu Panda 3 among others.

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