Bryan Cranston Says He’ll Move to Canada if Donald Trump Is Elected (Audio)

“It wouldn’t be a vacation. I’d be an expatriate,” says “Breaking Bad” star

Bryan Cranston is breaking north if Donald Trump is elected president.

The “Breaking Bad” star says he will move to Canada if the GOP presidential candidate wins the White House next week.

Cranston also said that he doesn’t anticipate having to pack his bags anytime soon.

“Absolutely. I would definitely move. It’s not real to me that that would happen. I hope to God it won’t,” the actor told The Bestseller Experience podcast.

“It wouldn’t be a vacation. I’d be an expatriate,” Cranston asserted.

The actor, who released his memoir “A Life in Parts” earlier this year, joins a grand tradition of show business personalities who have threatened to leave the country if one or another candidate wins the presidency.

Earlier this year, “The View” personality Raven-Symone took things one step further, saying that she would leave the country “if any Republican gets nominated,” a virtual certainty that came to be when Donald Trump landed the GOP presidential nomination.

Raven-Symone hasn’t made good on her vow — in fact, she’s signed on for a spinoff of her former series “That’s So Raven” for the Disney Channel.

Even so, if Cranston’s worst-case scenario comes true when election day comes along, maybe he can go apartment hunting with her.

Listen to Cranston reveal his possible post-election plans below.