Bryan Cranston lauds late Breaking Bad co-star Mark Margolis as a talented actor and wonderful person Release Date

– Bryan Cranston honors late Breaking Bad co-star Mark Margolis
– Cranston calls Margolis “a really good actor and a lovely human being”
– Margolis played the memorable role of Hector “Tio” Salamanca on the hit show

Bryan Cranston, the actor behind the iconic Walter White character on Breaking Bad, recently paid tribute to his late co-star Mark Margolis, who played the unforgettable role of Hector “Tio” Salamanca on the popular series. In a loving statement, Cranston referred to Margolis as “a really good actor and a lovely human being.”

Margolis is best known for his role as the wheelchair-bound villain on Breaking Bad, who communicated using a bell. His memorable performance captivated fans of the show and garnered him a Primetime Emmy nomination in 2012.

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