I'd like to play Walter White, but I guess that's been done.
Sir Walter, with his 61 years of life, although he never wrote a novel until he was over 40, had, fortunately for the world, a longer working career than most of his brethren.
If Barbara Walters was interviewing me, I'd figure her career was as dead as mine!
I played as a 17-year-old with Walter Smith, who must have been about 32. So I've known Walter for 21 years.
As someone who's spent time with our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan on USO tours and met wounded warriors at Walter Reed and Bethesda, I feel a deep obligation to the men and women who have risked life and limb on our behalf.
After Bruno Walter, my career went in leaps and bounds. I have had 35 years of a career that is just incredible, and a wonderful time all over the world.
I'd love to sit down with Barbara Walters. She's always asking people about their personal lives. I'd like to see how she likes it.
I'm very much influenced by your traditional comic book artists like Jack Kirby, Alex Toth and Walter Simonson. Their styles were sort of what I was gravitating towards.
I played with Sam Lay, Jimmy Reed, Big Walter Horton, Big Moose Walker, and all those guys.
As Walter Cronkite would say, that's the way it is.
You won't see me on Barbara Walters; Oprah, that's not who I am.
I've always loved watching the news on TV. As a kid, I loved watching Walter Cronkite, for some reason.
The reason I like 'Breaking Bad,' which is still probably my favorite show, is Walter White. You watch him transform, and that's so fascinating. And I think. a lot of TV shows that aren't successful, it's because the characters become stagnant.
We had a strong relationship with Walter Brown, and felt that he was the best owner in the league.
It is absolutely my conviction, that Walter Salles will figure among the great directors of our time.
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