The Emmy-award winning actor joined the celebrity A-list when he was presented with the 2,502nd star on the famous Los Angeles sidewalk, and his friends and family turned out to help him celebrate.
Cranston was joined by his wife Robin Dearden and daughter Taylor, as well as his Tv families from past and present.
His former onscreen wife and son from Malcom In The Middle, Jane Kaczmarek and Frankie Muniz, were both there to cheer him on, along with his Breaking Bad Tv family RJ Mitte and Anna Gunn.
Cranston's onscreen partner-in-crime Aaron Paul took to the stage to pay tribute to his Breaking Bad co-star, telling the crowd, "Breaking Bad would not be the same without this man. Let's be honest, television would not be the same without this man. But I'm here to tell you all that I, personally, would not be the same without this man."
Kaczmarek, who played his onscreen wife Lois on Malcolm in the Middle for six years, added, "We would count our lucky stars that Bryan Cranston was in our cast, that he was in our show, that Bryan Cranston was our friend."
The 57-year-old actor, who has also starred in The Lincoln Lawyer and Argo, also put in a performance at the ceremony, completing a number of press-ups on his plaque and singing a few lines from My Fair Lady tune On The Street Where You Live.
After the ceremony, Cranston took to Twitter to thank his friends, writing, "Today I got (a) star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Overwhelming. It's like walking in on a surprise party thrown just for you! My thanks to all."