The Tony-winning actor talks about his Golden Globe-nominated role on the small screen in HBO’s Ray Donovan.
Liev Schreiber's character portrayals have garnered him praise on the big and small screens and in the theater. His many film and TV credits include the Scream trilogy, Lee Daniels' The Butler, HBO’s critically acclaimed Lackawanna Blues, an Emmy-nominated turn in that net's RKO 281, and, his current series, Showtime's Ray Donovan. He made his film writer-director debut with Everything Is Illuminated and, a respected stage actor, won a Tony for the 2005 Broadway revival of Glengarry Glen Ross. He's also one of the foremost narrators of documentaries and does voice-over work for ads. Schreiber attended London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and has a master's degree from Yale's drama school.