Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has offered fans the chance to meet Walter White in person by donating a lunch date to a charity auction.

The actor, who played teacher-turned-drug baron White in five seasons of the hit show, will go out for a meal with the winning bidder as part of The Drama League's 2015 Benefit Charity Auction.

Other prizes up for grabs include a backstage meeting with Jake Gyllenhaal at the Broadway theatre where he is currently starring in Nick Payne's play Constellations, a personalised voice mail message from Hugh Jackman, and a trip to Los Angeles to see a taping of Tv talent show The Voice.

The auction is running on and raises funds for The Drama League's educational projects.

It was announced last year (14) that James Earl Jones will be feted at the organisation's annual fundraising tribute show in February (15), following in the footsteps of previous honourees including Neil Patrick Harris, Dame Angela Lansbury and Kristin Chenoweth.

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