• Born in Los Angeles, California in 1953
• Estimate net worth of over $2 million
• Played roles in almost 40 TV and film titles since 1976
• Married to Bryan Cranston since 1989, with one daughter
• Appeared in TV series such as "Airwolf" and "Murder She Wrote"


Who is Robin Dearden?

Robin Gale Dearden was born on 4 December 1953 under the sign of Sagittarius, in Los Angeles, California USA. She is a 66-year-old actress, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Kristy in “Magic Mongo”, playing Lauren in “The Last Chance”, and featuring as Diana Flare in “Chicanery”. She is also known for being the wife of famous actor Bryan Cranston, who gained fame as Walter White in the popular series “Breaking Bad” (2008-2013).

How rich is she, as of now? Robin Dearden Net Worth

As of early 2020, Robin Dearden’s net worth is estimated at over $2 million acquired through her successful involvement in the film industry as a professional actress, who has starred in almost 40 TV and film titles since her career started in 1976.

Moreover, it is assumed that she shares the net worth of her famous husband, Bryan Cranston, who has a fortune reputedly over $40 million.

Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity

Robin Dearden spent her early years in her hometown ofLos Angeles, where she was raised by her parents; however, their names and professions haven’t been disclosed to the media yet. It is also unknown if she has any siblings or not. She is American by nationality and belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group.

Career Beginnings and TV Roles

Robin Dearden made her debut television appearance as Kristy in the segment “Magic Mongo” of the ABC morning children’s variety “The Krofft Supershow” (1977-1978). It was followed by appearances in a number of minor roles in such TV series as “David Cassidy – Man Undercover”, “Family”, and “The Incredible Hulk”.

In 1980, she focused on made-for-TV film titles, playing Joanna Yeager in the action drama “Trouble In High Timber Country”, portraying Nancy Roberts in the drama “Fugitive Family”, and featuring as Rosie Caulpepper in the mystery crime drama “The Asphalt Cowboy”. Robin then landed the roles of Jenny Burnell in the made-for-TV crime drama film “Murder 1, Dancer 0” (1983) and Sally in the made-for-TV sci-fi comedy film “Earthlings” (1984).

Film Debut and Other Roles

Robin made her silver screen debut with the role of Nancy McNaughton in the 1985 comedy “Stitches”, alongside Parker Stevenson and Geoffrey Lewis.

Thereafter, she appeared in a supporting role in the 1988 action “The Big Turnaround”, directed by Joe Cranston, and in 1990 was cast as Kate Wilson in the NBC soap opera “Generations”, created by Sally Sussman Morina. She also guest-starred in such TV series as “Airwolf”, “T.J. Hooker”, and “Murder, She Wrote”, among others. During the 1990s, Robin was relatively inactive since she only appeared as Dr. Kennedy in the made-for-TV drama thriller film “Thirst” (1998) and played Lauren in the drama “Last Chance” (1999), written and directed by her husband Bryan Cranston.

The 2000s and 2010s

In 2001, Robin starred in the role of Kate Harper in the comedy “Wooly Boys”, which was followed by her portrayals of Julia in the comedy “Myron’s Movie” and Diane in the drama romance “Illusion”, both in 2004.

She then guest-starred as an emotional woman in the episode “No Más” of the neo-Western crime drama “Breaking Bad” in 2010, alongside her husband and daughter. Her next project came in 2016, when she provided her voice to Chief Kuckles in the animated fantasy comedy web series “Fantasy Hospital”. Most recently, Robin played Diana Flare in the 2017 comedy “Chicanery”, written and directed by Charles Dennis.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Robin Dearden has long light brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 3ins (1.60m). Other information about her weight, vital statistics, bra size, dress size, and shoe size isn’t available.

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Marriage to Bryan Cranston

Robin Dearden is the second wife of Bryan, since he was previously married to writer Mickey Middleton from 1977 to 1982. Robin and Bryan met while they were on the set of an episode of “Airwolf” in February 1984, and soon started dating. The couple eventually walked down the aisle at a ceremony held on 8 July 1989. They have one child – Robin gave birth to their daughter named Taylor Dearden Cranston on 12 February 1993, who is also involved in the film industry as an actress, known for starring in the role of Ophelia Mayer in the MTV comedy-drama series “Sweet/Vicious”.

Who is Her Husband? Bryan Cranston Short Wiki/Bio

Bryan Lee Cranston was born on 7 March 1956 under the sign of Pisces, in Hollywood, California USA.

He was raised in Canoga Park, California by his father, Joseph Louis Cranston, a former amateur boxer and actor, and his mother, Annalisa Cranston, a radio actress. He has an elder brother named Kyle, and a younger sister named Amy. His father left the family when Bryan was 11 years old, but he eventually found his father and maintained a good relationship with him until his father passed away in 2014. Upon matriculation from Canoga Park High School, Bryan enrolled in Los Angeles Valley College and graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Political Science in 1976.

Career Beginnings

Bryan Cranston started his acting career when he joined the Granada Theater in the San Fernando Valley.

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Before he moved to television and film projects, he also spent some time working as a minister, ordained by the Universal Life Church. In the very beginning, he mostly landed minor roles until he was chosen to play Douglas Donovan in the ABC soap opera “Loving” (1983-1985). He then played Uncle Russell in the CBS short-lived sitcom “Raising Miranda” in 1988, and the same year made his film debut with the role of Jim in the action “The Big Turnaround”, followed by his portrayal of Darren in the comedy “Corporate Affairs” in 1990. Moreover, he provided his voice to a number of animated characters, including Fei-Long in the anime film “Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie”, and Isamu Alva Dyson in the anime mini-series “Macross Plus”, both in 1994.

Rise to Fame and “Malcolm in the Middle”

Bryan played Tim Whatley in the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” (1994-1997), which was followed by his portrayals of Virgil ‘Gus’ Grissom in Tom Hanks’ musical comedy film “That Thing You Do!” (1996) and Phil Hertzberg in the hijack “Strategic Command” (1997). In the next year, he appeared as War Department Colonel I.W. Bryce in Steven Spielberg’s war drama “Saving Private Ryan”, after which he wrote, directed, and starred as Lance, in the drama “Last Chance” in 1999. Between 1999 and 2001, Bryan was cast as Tim Sacksky in the CBS sitcom “The King of Queens”. His big break came with the leading role of Hal in the Fox sitcom “Malcolm In The Middle”, aired from 2000 to 2006, which earned him three Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Thereafter, he played Lucifer in the ABC Family mini-series “Fallen” in 2007.

Worldwide Recognition and “Breaking Bad”

Bryan Cranston gained enormous worldwide recognition for his portrayal of Walter White in the hit neo-Western crime drama “Breaking Bad”, broadcast on the AMC network from 2008 to 2013. His performance in the series became one of the best in television history, and earned him four Primetime Emmy Awards in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2014. It also earned him two Golden Globe Awards and three Screen Actors Guild Awards, among others. In 2011, Bryan began producing the series, which earned him two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Drama Series in 2013 and 2014. He would later reprise the role in the 2019 film “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie”, directed by Vince Gilligan.

Continued Success

In 2013, Bryan performed as Lyndon B. Johnson in the Broadway play “All The Way”, for which he won a Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Play, and would reprise the role in the HBO’s made-for-TV film of the same title in 2016.

In 2015, Bryan played the title role in the biographical drama film “Trumbo”, for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. He then co-created, produced, wrote, and starred as Vince, in the crime drama series “Sneaky Pete” (2015-2017), alongside David Shore, for the Amazon Studio. He also produced and provided his voice to Titanium Rex in the animated comedy series “SuperMansion” (2015-2019).

Most recently, Bryan won his second Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Play for his performance as Howard Beale in “Network”, written by Lee Hall. It is announced that he will feature as Mack in the upcoming fantasy drama “The One And Only Ivan”, alongside Angeline Jolie and Ramón Rodríguez. He is currently working on the upcoming mini-series “Your Honor”.

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