'I hope you enjoy the read!': Bryan Cranston surprises fan by leaving free signed copy of his book at the airport
He released his long-awaited memoir, A Life in Parts, last month.
And Bryan Cranston, 60, ensured one of his loyal fans would be treated to a copy as he bought and signed the tome before putting it back on display in a Hudson News store.
Taking to Twitter after finding the copy, fan Kenna wrote: 'Found this on a shelf at love field airport...so amazing! Can't wait to read it! Is this real???'
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Sharing a snap of her find, it showed the Breaking Bad star's book had been inscribed with a sweet message that told the recipient to take the copy and 'enjoy the read'.
The penned note read: 'Hi. Hey, thanks for taking a gander at my book. Take this book for yourself FREE! Really. I just bought it - see the receipt. I hope you enjoy the read. Have a nice day. '
Overjoyed by the find, the fan then tweeted Bryan directly gushing: 'I've been a fan of Breaking Bad since it aired but now I have a new respect for the man behind Walter White! Thank you!!
She added: 'The book is amazing! So interestingly written, so glad I found it!'
Good deed: Bryan Cranston, 60, ensured one of his loyal fans would be treated to a copy of his memoir as he bought and signed the tome before putting it back on display at the airport
Whilst Bryan did not initially confirm that he was behind the good deed at the time, he later admitted to his handiwork in an interview with BBC 5 Live.
The Oscar nominee confessed: 'I do it anytime I'm in a airport! I sneak in keep my head down and buy the book.'
He added: 'I keep the receipt so they can prove it, and they're not just stealing it... that would be a terrible joke to play on someone!'
Sneaky! Whilst Bryan did not initially confirm that he was behind the good deed at the time, he later admitted to his handiwork in an interview with BBC 5 Live
Speaking about the inspiration behind releasing his memoir, he explained: 'I am aware from an objective point that the wave, the tsunami wave that Breaking Bad created also created tremendous opportunity for me, and there is a peak and valley to careers and that includes fame.
'If you are lucky to ride this wave of fame to a plateau - it won't last there.
'I guess it is just a blue-collar work ethic that I was raised with.'
One to watch: Speaking about the inspiration behind releasing his memoir, he explained that he wanted to capitalise on the success of his series, Breaking Bad
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