Birthday: 06-08-1960
Age: 58
Star sign: Virgo

Leland Orser was born on 6th August 1960, in San Francisco, California. Orser is a movie and TV actor. He is a role actor who has played numerous characters, ranging from psychotic to degenerated and deranged characters. He sort of has a boyish look that goes along with concealing the dark hearted characters he often plays.

He made his television debut in 1991 on the show, Gabriel’s Fire. He also had some little roles in The Golden Girls, L.A. Law, NYPD Blue Law & Order, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. In 1999, he played the lead role of Dr. Arthur Zeller in The Outer Limits’ episode, “Descent”. He has played minor roles in many popular movies like Seven, Alien: Resurrection, The Bone Collector, Pearl Harbor, Daredevil, and Saving Private Ryan. Orser was also part of the Star Trek franchise, namely Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise. He played the role of Dr. Lucien Dubenko, Chief of Surgery, on the TV show, ‘ER’. He portrayed Sanders Black in season one’s episode, Enemy of the State, on ABC’s ‘Scandal’. He is popularly known as an actor and director of Seven (1995), Taken (2008) and Taken 2 (2012), where he played the role of Sam, the former operative, and colleague of Liam Neeson’s Bryan Mills.

His first wife was Irish actress Roma Downey. Their marriage lasted from 1987 to 1989. On October 14, 2000, he married his current wife, actress, and musician, Jeanne Tripplehorn. Their romance began during the movie, “Very Bad Things”, which is a black comedy film. They have a son named August Tripplehorn Orser, born in May 2002. Orser’s father was a diehard science fiction fan, and this may have inclined him towards this genre of films. He also tried to find work as an international banker, whilst touring extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe.   

Larry Neumann Jr English Actor

Larry Neumann Jr

Larry Neumann Jr, born in Chicago to his parents Pat and Larry Sr., a man born to be a well-known theatre artist. He encountered theatre when he was in sophomore year in Thomwood High School. Larry gives all the credit to his teacher Pat Wozny, who motivated and mentored him for theatre for his life. Larry performed his first role as Alan Strang in EQUUS. He began his theatre career like other college lads by assisting in an only Equity house in far south suburbs, Illinois Theatre Centre in Park Forest. From his experience in this theatre, he learnt that for the theatre to be run successfully, it needs much more effort than what was taught at school. Throughout his life, Larry has worked with many theatre production organizations. He has played outstanding roles in very famous plays and films. He has taken part in over 70 theatrical productions in 32 different theatres. He has appeared in several outstanding shorts and many feature films. His success can be interpreted by his high-praised work he has done and with the line of Joseph Jefferson Awards he has got. In the year 1996, he got awarded for the category Actor in a Revue for his role for “Hitting for the Cycle”, at Famous Door Theatre in Chicago, and in 1998 he got nominated for category Actor in a Supporting Role in a play “The Angels of Lemnos”, at the Chicago Dramatists Theatre in Chicago. Again in the year 2003, he got two awards for the category Actor in a Principal Role at the Famous Door Theatre in Chicago for the plays “The Cider House Rules-Part 1” and “The Cider House Rules-Part 2”. In the year 2007, he won the award for category Actor in a Principal Role at the Writers Theatre in Chicago for the play “The Puppetmaster of Lodz”. He got the award in 2009 for category Actor in a Principal Role in a play “A Moon for the Misbegotten”, at the First Folio Theatre of Chicago. In the year 2014, he won Joseph Jefferson Equity Award for the play “In God’s Hat” for being Principal Actor at the Profiles Theatre in Chicago.


Liev Schreiber

Liev Schreiber is a famous producer and actor in Hollywood film industry. He did some role-plays in Broadway productions. In 2005, He became Best Featured Actor and got Tony award due to his amazing performance in Glengarry Glen Ross. In the same year, he also became writer and director by coming up with a film Everything Is Illuminated a dramatic film starring Eugene Hütz and Elijah Wood. It was based on a novel with the same title. He played lead roles in Showtime series called Ray Donovan a dramatic and crime series by Ann Biderman. He is the main narrator for 24/7 an HBO series and PBS programs. Schreiber initiated his training in the acting domain from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, through the consortium of five colleges. In 1989, he did a role as Antonio in The Merchant of Venice a play by William Shakespeare starring Jeffrey Donovan. Live also completed his graduation as master’s degree from Yale School of Drama in the year 1992. On the same time, he did a lead role in The Size of the World under the direction of Walton Jones. When he was doing his master’s degree, his companion was Earle R. Gister a famous American teacher in acting and had a huge experience in professional theater training. His ambition was to become a screenwriter but finally settled in the acting domain. Before playing lead roles in some of the big films, Live did some supporting roles in independent films. He did a supporting role as the accused murderer in with character name Cotton Weary in Scream a franchise for horror films in America. After that, Scream got an amazing response at the box office and Live got some other roles in some of the big-budget pictures. After the successful horror one Scream, he starred for HBO original movie RKO 281 with a character Orson Welles. For the same movie, he was nominated for Golden Globe and Emmy awards. He then got some supporting roles in several films like the remake of Ransom a thriller and crime film under the direction of Ron Howard. He also did a supporting role in The Hurricane a biographical film released in 1999 under the direction of Norman Jewison. He got another opportunity in 2000 movie version of Hamlet under the direction of Michael Almeredya starring Ethan Hawke. Schreiber became famous in 2004 after acting in the remake of The Manchurian Candidate as this film generated some controversy during the presidential election at the same time. In 2006, he played a role in Macbeth where the opposite star was Jennifer Ehle. He did a supporting role in The Omen, which was a remake of a horror classic that released in 1976 with the same title. He won in Detroit Film Critics Society Awards in the category of Best supporting actor for his work in Spotlight. He also won in Independent Spirit Awards in the category of Ensemble performance for his amazing work in Spotlight.

Liev Schreiber English Actor