Just on July 30, it was announced that the leading star of Breaking Bad contracted coronavirus a long time ago, with minor symptoms. The report came from the same actor, through a video posted via Instagram where we see him attend a medical center in Los Angeles to donate plasma. This week, Bryan cranston He held a video call with the driver Jimmy Fallon and there he delved into his experience with COVID-19.
In an interview published Monday, the four-time Emmy winner clarified that he contracted the disease in March along with his wife. However, they chose to remain silent because « there was no need for another celebrity to say ‘hey, I got it too’. »
“My wife and I had about a week of extreme exhaustion and some body aches, a bit of a dry cough, and then it went away. [Ninguno] he had a fever worth talking about, ”Cranston said.
In reality, we might never have found out about its infection if it weren’t for the fact that the actor decided to donate plasma, that is, a component of blood that, if it comes from a person previously infected with coronavirus (having already generated antibodies), becomes useful for treat seriously ill patients.
It so happened that Cranston recorded with his cell phone his attendance at UCLA Blood and Platelet Center for the extraction and it was then that one of the doctors asked him to share the video in order to motivate his followers to continue donating plasma, as the number of donors had decreased in the last days.
“I count my blessings and urge you to continue wearing the damn mask, keep washing your hands, and stay socially distant. We can prevail, but only if we follow the rules together. Be well, stay well « , writes the actor at the bottom of the video.
In the conversation with Jimmy Fallon, the subject of amateur theories that insist that Walter White did survive the end of Breaking Bad, and later adopt the identity of Hal in Malcolm in the middle (that is, that both shows belong to the same universe).
Walter White is definitely dead. He’s dead, he’s dead, he’s dead! ”Bryan Cranston said.
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