Inside Liev Schreiber's soaring net worth: The complete breakdown here!
Movie buffs might remember Liev Schreiber for playing the fan-favorite titular character in the crime drama Ray Donovan or the famous antagonist Victor Creed in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but before Liev rose to commercial acclamation via the MCU franchise, the actor's stardom was associated with the number of independent films that he starred in.
Isaac Liev Schreiber was born on October 4, 1967, in San Francisco, California. Liev received his Master's degree in drama from Yale University and kickstarted his acting career by playing on Broadway and eventually starring in independent films. He got his big break playing Cotton Weary in the Scream franchise. Scheiber has since successfully branched his career to become a director, screenwriter, producer, and narrator.
What is Liev Schreiber's net worth?
According to the wealth website Celebrity Net Worth, Schreiber has an estimated net worth of $40 million. Although there is no doubt that a large proportion of Liev's income comes from the range of mainstream films that he has starred in, the actor owes his standout celebrity to the theatre, for which he has won some of his most notable awards.
Liev rose to fame starring in the 'Scream' franchise. Photo Source: Instagram
Before accelerating in Hollywood, Liev's performance on stage, particularly his biting act in the 1998 Shakespeare play Cymbeline, won him his highest critical praise. Schreiber steadily cemented his reputation by starring in indie gems like Walking and Talking, Big Night, and The Daytrippers. While catapulting to fame as the accused murderer Cotton Weary in the Scream film series, Liev also took up voice acting.
He is the voice behind the tv commercial for Infiniti. Liev continues to narrate HBO's Hard Knocks, a sports documentary series he started telling in 2002. While headlining many commercial hits like The Manchurian Candidate, which grossed $96.1 million, The Omen, a $120 million grosser, and his most notable Ray Donovan: The Movie, Schreiber periodically returned to theatre.
Liev is a multiple Golden-Globe and Emmys nominated actor. Photo Source: Instagram
The San Francisco-born actor boasts a host of awards for his stage performance, including a Tony Award. The Ray Donovan actor also hopped to direct in the 90s; his earliest directorial was an adaptation of the 50s play The Merchant of Venice. Schreiber's relatively recent hits include the Academy-Award winning biographical drama Spotlight, where he played the American journalist Martin Baron.
Liev recently starred in 'Across the River and Into the Trees.' Photo Source: Instagram
Liev's other commendable credits include A Rainy Day in New York, Across the River and Into the Trees, and Human Capital. The actor also boasts millions in real estate. Liev and his then-wife Naomi Watts owned a $5.4 million home in Montauk, New York. The pair also owned three adjacent condos in New York City and estates in Los Angeles. The spouses finalized their divorce in 2016, after 11 years of marriage.
Liev Schreiber's hotly-anticipated upcoming!
Schreiber is gearing up to star in a few anticipated upcoming and has recently joined the ensemble cast of developing projects. Liev will star alongside Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton in the upcoming rom-com Asteroid City. Schreiber recently reprised his titular role in Ray Donovan: The Film, a movie adaptation that served as the conclusion to the abruptly ended series.
Liev's 'Ray Donovan: The Movie' hit the screen on 14th January. Source: Showtime
Schreiber is set to co-star alongside Bel Powley and Joe Cole in Disney+'s A Small Light, a drama series based on the life of Anna Frank. The Ray Donovan fame will reportedly portray Anna's father, Otto Frank, while Powley and Cole are on board to play Otto's faithful secretary Miep Gies and her husband, Jan Gies. Deadline reports Rater and Phelan to be the executive producers and showrunner of the limited series.