Cranston, 67, hit the red carpet on Sunday for a Celebrity Poker Tournament to benefit the Entertainment Community Fund, held at Candela La Brea in Los Angeles.
Cranston stepped out with a black t-shirt ovrer a multi-colored cardigan sweater for the outing, with a silver watch on his wrist.
The bearded actor completed his look with grey pants and matching grey sneakers with white soles for the poker tourney.
He also reunited on the red carpet with Bob Odenkirk, who played lawyer Saul Goodman on Breaking Bad before starring in the beloved spin-off Better Call Saul.
Odenkirk stepped out with a black baseball cap from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
He also wore a blue button-down shirt and tan pants for the outing, while sporting a silver watch.
Both Cranston and Odenkirk also posed with Krysten Ritter, who played Jane Margolis in Season 2 of Breaking Bad.
Ritter opted for a vintage Rolling Stones tour t-shirt and blue jeans, with black sunglasses perched atop her head.
While he didn’t pose with his other co-stars, Jesse Plemons was also at the event, after playing Todd Alquist on the fifth and final season of the AMC series.
Plemons stepped out wearing a blue and green plaid shirt with black pants and green Converse sneakers.
Other celebs in attendance included Seinfeld star Jason Alexander, a frequent presence in celebrity poker tournaments.
Also in attendance was Annette Bening, who opted for a black-and-white striped shirt and brown wide-legged pants with black sandals.
The tournament was a fundraiser to benefit the Entertainment Community Fund, which will, ‘help support film and television workers who have been affected by the work stoppage.’
Cranston most recently starred in director Wes Anderson’s new film Asteroid City and he’ll next be seen in Argylle, arriving in 2024.
Odenkirk most recently played Uncle Lee in the hit FX series The Bear and he’ll next be seen in The Room Returns, a remake of Tommy Wiseau’s cult classic The Room.