Special Guest: Liev Schreiber

Saturday, March 26, 2005

Kurt Andersen and actor Liev Schreiber talk about scale and how actors, artists, and musicians choose the right size for the work they do.

Liev Schreiber is one of the most acclaimed young actors today. His portrayals of Hamlet and Iago thrilled theater critics, and he's appeared in films from indie (The Daytrippers, Big Night) to blockbuster (The Sum of All Fears, Kate and Leopold, and the Scream trilogy). He starred in Jonathan Demme's re-make of The Manchurian Candidate. Schreiber recently finished shooting his first film as a director, Everything Is Illuminated. He also wrote the screenplay from Jonathan Safran Foer's book.


Liev Schreiber

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