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Tony Awards 2014: Bryan Cranston wins best actor in a play
Tony Awards 2014: Bryan Cranston wins best actor in a play

Bryan Cranston won the Tony Award for lead actor in a play on Sunday for his performance as President Lyndon B. Johnson in the historical drama "All the Way" by Robert Schenkkan.  Cranston, former star of TV's "Breaking Bad" and "Malcolm in the Middle," made his Broadway debut in "All the Way." He previously starred in the stage drama when it ran last year at the American Repertory Theatre in Massachusetts. TONY AWARDS 2014: Complete list of nominees The nearly three-hour play dramatizes Johnson's first year in office as he deals with the aftermath of the John F. Kennedy assassination and the growing civil rights movement. Cranston...

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