Bryan Cranston says winning an award is like finding a wallet in the street

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Bryan Cranston says winning an award is like finding a wallet in the street

Hamilton was named best musical at the London Critics' Circle theatre awards this week.

The ceremony also saw Victoria Hamilton took best actress for her role in Albion at the Almeida, the fourth time she has picked up an award at the ceremony, while former Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston named best actor for his performance in Network at the National Theatre.

Other winners included Andrew Scott, who picked up the Trewin Award for Best Shakespearean Performance for his performance in Hamlet (also at the Almeida), while Sheila Atim - one of the stars of Girl From the North Country was named as one of two best newcomers, alongside John McCrea, the lead in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.

London Live's Luke Blackall spoke to the winners at the ceremony at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

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