Posted on: June 11, 2016
In a distant past actor Bryan Craston, known for the character Walter White in the hit series Breaking Bad, had his first time in Amsterdam Red Light District. The actor came clean during an appearance on Bravo’s “Inside the Actor’s Studio”. During the interview Carston started talking about his one month Euro trip with some 20 other teenagers back when he was eighteen years old. “It cost us like seven or eight hundred dollars, if you don’t include the prostitutes,” he quipped.
Arriving in Amsterdam he met up with a couple of friends he knew from Los Angeles. His friends wanted to go to the red light district. Craston stated that he told his friends to go on without him, but they insisted that he should join.“I didn’t want to tell them I was a virgin. I’m panicking,” he stated. “We go to this house with a red light, which I thought was very convenient and subtle advertising. I’m backing out. I’m nervous as hell.”
Inside a brothel, his friends negotiated a deal and went off with a pair of prostitutes. At that point another prostitute came up up to him and asked how much he was willing to pay for her services. Carson stated that he protested at first but the woman was insistent.
“She takes [the money], grabs my hand and pulls me into a room,” he said, smirking. “It was awful… and wonderful.”
“And she and I have been married now for…” he joked, much to the audience’s roaring approval.
Carson added that he was basically “the man” once he reunited with his buddies and told them what happened.
“Of course when I got back to the other 20 guys with the group, all 16 to 18 years old, I was good,” he joked.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how Bryan Cranston had his first time, in the Red Light District.