From drug kingpin Heisenberg to LBJ, All the Way star Bryan Cranston sure knows how to keep his fans guessing. Hot on the heels of his final season of AMC's Breaking Bad, the Emmy winner is gearing up to make his Broadway debut as the 36th U.S. President, and of course, we think his decision is a great move. What better way to stretch as a thespian than to take on eight shows a week? This got us thinking about other small screen actors who could make a Main Stem bow. We'd love to see a dashing Jon Hamm take on another period piece after he's done filming Mad Men's final season. Or maybe Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam has some time for an engagement on the Great White Way now that he's dropped the Fifty Shades of Grey film? So we want to know: Which of TV's dashing leading man should make his Broadway debut next? Cast your vote below!
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