Bryan Cranston, the man after all our hearts, has warned people of long COVID symptoms by revealing he is still suffering from them 9 months after his initial diagnosis.

Keep scrolling to hear what he had to say...

This week, Bryan Cranston has warned people of the long-lasting effect of coronavirus.

The beloved actor revealed that he is still suffering from symptoms 9 months on from initially catching the virus.

Okay, before you all start panicking...

Bryan is fine and in very good health, and he simply shares this as a warning to others.

Now, most of us fell in love with Bryan when he made his big break as the goofy dad, Hal, in Malcolm in the Middle.

The role garnered 3 supporting actor Emmy Award nominations for the actor.

But there is one role of his that stands out amongst the rest.

Bryan's fame skyrocketed when he landed the role of Walter White in the hit series, Breaking Bad.

Initially, people were hesitant as to whether he could pull off the role.

Lovable and comedic dad to hardened meth cook... It was going to be quite the challenge, to say the least.

But, much to our delight...

His portrayal of the chemistry teacher-turned-drug lord was nothing short of spectacular.

Bryan was widely celebrated for his performance...

And went on to win 3 consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.

Since his Breaking Bad success, the actor has remained relatively under the radar...

And has only starred in a handful of other projects, such as the 2015 biopic, Trumbo, and 2016's The Infiltrator. 

But, in the last few months especially...

The actor has remained mostly out of the public eye and has rarely posted on his social media platforms.

He has given us the odd update throughout the coronavirus pandemic...

In June, the actor posted a video of himself strolling around the supermarket shopping for his and Aaron Paul's mezcal brand, Dos Hombres.

Then, he left fans feeling a little concerned...

Because he revealed that he had, in fact, being diagnosed with coronavirus at some stage in the pandemic.

In a 2-minute-long IG TV video, Bryan can be seen wearing shades and a protective face mask as he says firmly:

"Hello everybody. I want to announce that I had COVID-19."

He stressed that he was very lucky and had only mild symptoms...

Which included a slight headache, tightness of chest, and a loss of all taste and smell. But this had made him wonder, "maybe there's something I can do?"

He then revealed that he had signed up to a program at the UCLA Blood and Platelet center...

Where he would be donating his plasma to contribute towards finding a cure.

He filmed himself sat at the chair giving blood...

And explained: "I am donating my plasma with COVID-19 antibodies. This will help people recover faster and be used in scientific research studies about this virus."

Bryan seemed to be in great spirits...

And chatted jollily with the nurse administering his blood.

In the video, he also took the time to remind people to remain vigilant...

And to be patient as the pandemic runs it's course.

Of course, he made the full video very entertaining, too.

You can watch the full thing above.

But now, he's left fans worried once again...

As he has recently revealed that he is still suffering from long-lasting symptoms, 9 months after being diagnosed with coronavirus.

Cranston appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week and spoke of his coronavirus diagnosis.

And, in doing so, he revealed that he is still experiencing the loss of both his taste and his smell.

When asked how long the virus lasted for him, Cranston said...

"It was about ten days."

But he then explained:

"The only thing that lingered, and still is to this day, is I lost a percentage of my ability to taste and smell. I think about seventy-five percent has come back, but if someone was brewing coffee, and I walk into a kitchen, I cannot smell it."

You can watch his interview here:

Keep scrolling to find out which other famous figure donated his blood towards the fight against COVID-19...