TV host and celebrity

Bryan Cranston Breaks Good for Missing Children With ‘Queen of Las Vegas’ Jaki Baskow

In That's So Vegas! TV by Christine McKellar

TV host and celebrity

It was a pleasure  to interview Bryan Cranston, whose dedication to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is on parallel with that of NCMEC co founder John Walsh, Friday, January 6, at the Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas, at the Canon US 20th Anniversary Customer Appreciation and Fundraiser event.  High fives on steroids to Canon USA for hosting this annual event. All of these people and the celebrities who we love and who continue to show their support, deserve a standing O. And the same to Jaki Basko, Cheryl Joy Kagan, and others in the PR community in Las Vegas and elsewhere who keep this event alive and growing year after year. To save even one child is huge- to save many children…that is truly walking among the angels.

Bryan Cranston is best known for portraying Walter White on the AMC crime drama series Breaking Bad, Hal on the Fox comedy series Malcolm in the Middle, and Dr. Tim Whatley on the NBC comedy series Seinfeld. A multi Primetime Emmy and Golden Globe award winner and nominee, Cranston is less known, but not less respected, for his very active participation, along with his wife Robin, with the National Association for Missing & Exploited Children founded by John Walsh.

Jaki Baskow has been long recognized as one of the most influential women in the Entertainment business. Jaki has booked hundreds of International events and Las Vegas event agentshows and cast 1000’s of motion pictures, television shows & commercials. She has been honored many times by the National business community. She also has a full meeting and event division (destination management company with 18 fulltime employees) as well as The Las Vegas Speakers Bureau & a housing and registration component that manages meetings for everyone from Texas Instruments to fortune 500 and incentive groups.