Bryan Cranston still hasn’t fully regained his sense of taste after having COVID-19.
The 65-year-old actor and his wife Robin Dearden contracted coronavirus last March, and although he insisted they were “very lucky” to only experience mild symptoms, they are still feeling the symptoms. sequelae now.
He admitted, “It’s come back to some extent, but not 100%.”
The couple contracted the virus two weeks after their friends, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, and the former “Breaking Bad” star believes it was “very lucky” that the “Philadelphia” star was willing to speak openly. of his experience.
Speaking to Telegraph Magazine, he said: “Tom got it right before me. When he came out with that, I think it was very lucky for the company that, ‘Oh, a famous rich guy can get it? So that means I can get it. So, it really hit home for a lot of people.
The pandemic caused production on Bryan’s latest TV show, ‘Your Honor’ – in which he stars alongside Carmen Ejogo and Hunter Doohan – to stop production midway through filming, and when she resumed at the fall, the actor found the work much less “fun” because of all the precautions in place.
He said: “I was tested three times a week. The working conditions were very strange.