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Both the Walter White character and Bryan Cranston's performance have received critical acclaim.Cranston won four Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, three of them being consecutive, becoming the second actor to do so since Bill Cosby for I Spy in the 1960s.
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He left Gray Matter abruptly, selling his shares for $5,000; soon afterward, the company made a fortune of roughly $2.16 billion, much of it from his research.
Walt subsequently moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he became a high school chemistry teacher.
The series Breaking Bad begins on Walter's fiftieth birthday, when he is diagnosed with Stage IIIA lung cancer.
After this discovery, he resorts to manufacturing methamphetamine and drug dealing to ensure his family's financial security after his death.
He is pulled deeper into the illicit drug trade, taking on more desperate and ruthless measures to assure his and his family's safety and well-being, and later adopts the alias "Heisenberg", which becomes recognizable as the kingpin figure in the local drug trade.
Series creator Vince Gilligan has described his goal with Walter White as "turning Mr.