Theatrical Thespian Gives Theological Thraldom!

Liev Schreiber

Liev Schreiber

Well, as you can see, we have our new domain name up and running!!!! The forum can be located at the same domain with /forum on the end, or you can click on the forum link above.

I found this article whilst the site was down, so I’m posting it now!

‘ “Can we have breakfast menus?” Liev Schreiber asked. It was a Monday morning not long ago in New York City, and Schreiber, the 43-year-old actor, was trying—politely, unsuccessfully—to summon the attention of the wait staff at a stylish, subterranean breakfast spot. He looked toward the kitchen and asked again, and nobody turned.

“See?” Schreiber said dryly. “Very few people recognize my voice.”

Had Schreiber been rhapsodizing about the fighting brilliance of Manny Pacquiao, the hard-scrabble Indiana childhood of Larry Bird, or the foul-mouthed charms of Rex Ryan, someone may have recognized his voice. (Then again, this was blasé downtown Manhattan—they might not have turned around if Karl Lagerfeld began playing “Up on Cripple Creek” on a platinum harp.)

But if you’ve been anywhere close to an HBO Sports series or documentary over the past decade and a half, you’ve heard Schreiber talk. He’s a Tony-winning Broadway star; he has appeared in movies like “X-Men: Origins”; but as a narrator, he has quietly become the Mariano Rivera of the pay network’s sports coverage—the steady, reliable closer. “He’s as important as any element of a documentary,” said Ross Greenburg, the president of HBO Sports.’

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