LIEV SCHREIBER (Ted Fielding) has built a reputation as
an acclaimed young actor with a solid list of motion picture and
Schreiber recently returned from Poland and Hungary where he completed
a starring role opposite Robin Williams in the drama "Jakob
the Liar." On stage, he is currently starring opposite Angela
Bassett and Alec Baldwin in the Public Theatre production of "Macbeth,"
directed by George Wolfe.
Schreiber recently starred in the box office success "Scream
2," directed by Wes Craven, and had a co-starring role in
Dean Koontz's "Phantoms." He also has upcoming roles
in "Twilight," directed by Robert Benton and the independent
film "Blouseman," directed by Tony Goldwyn.
Schreiber has appeared in some of the most critically acclaimed
independent productions of recent years. These have included Daisy
von Scherler Mayer's "Party Girl," Hal Salwen's "Denise
Calls Up," Nicole Holofcener's "Walking and Talking"
and Greg Mottola's "The Daytrippers," for which Schreiber
received rave reviews. His credits in more mainstream films have
included Nora Ephron's "Mixed Nuts," Antonia Bird's
"Mad Love" and Ron Howard's "Ransom."
A 1992 graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Schreiber spent a
year abroad studying with the faculty from The Royal Academy of
Dramatic Arts. His stage credits include Harold Pinter's "Moonlight"
with Blythe Danner and Jason Robards (directed by Karel Reisz),
JoAnne Akalaitis' production of "In the Summer House"
at New York's Lincoln Center, the New York Shakespeare Festival
production of "The Tempest" (directed by George C. Wolfe),
"All For One," "Goodnight Desdemona," "Good
Morning Juliet," "Escape From Happiness," "The
Real Thing," and at the Yale Repertory Theatre, "Underground,"
"The Size of the World" and "Ivanov," directed
by the Moscow Art Theatre's Oleg Yefriemov.
On television, Schreiber has appeared in the miniseries "Buffalo
Girls," the NBC pilot "People V." and the telefilms
"Janek: A Silent Betrayal" and "The Sunshine Boys."
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