Cranston positively giddy in meeting Scully (VIDEO)
He also signed a ball for Brian Wilson as Walter White.
Actor Bryan Cranston is a lifelong Dodgers fan.
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By Brett Smiley
On Tuesday, the curtain pulled back for actor Bryan Cranston, allowing him to meet for the first time the legendary voice of the Dodgers, Vin Scully.
A California native and lifelong Dodgers fan who earned a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, Cranston, who probably doesn't go a day without fielding an autograph request, was awed by Scully's presence.
"I have been looking forward to this moment for so long," the "Breaking Bad" actor said. "I'm a little nervous right now."
Actors are people, too!
Scully attempted to put Cranston at ease and then surprised him: Cranston got tasked with announcing the Dodgers and Padres lineups.
Naturally, Cranston, aka Walter White, killed it.
Cranston also took the opportunity to sign up a henchman for White's meth enterprise.
Here's the baseball Cranston-White signed for bearded reliever Brian Wilson: