Pablo Schreiber Biography
Pablo Schreiber is a Canadian- American actor, he is known for his dramatic roles on stage and his role Nick Sobotka on The Wire. He also has appeared as Mad Sweeney on the TV adaptation of American Gods, and George “Pornstache” Mendez on Orange Is the New Black, for which he received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series. In April 2019, Schreiber was cast as Master Chief in the Halo live-action series.
Pablo Schreiber Education
Schreiber was enrolled at the University of San Francisco. He later transferred to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he graduated in 2000 with a degree in theatre.
Pablo Schreiber Career
On season 2 of HBO’s critically acclaimed series The Wire, Schreiber played Nick Sobotka. He also acted in The Manchurian Candidate, Lords of Dogtown, and Happythankyoumoreplease, among other films. He also played serial rapist William Lewis, protagonist Olivia Benson’s adversary, on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. In addition, he made an appearance in the FX series Lights Out.
In 2011, Schreiber starred in Second Stage Theatre’s Off-Broadway production of Gruesome Playground Injuries. He played Demetri Ravitch, Nancy Botwin’s drug supplier, in the seventh season of Weeds. On BuddyTV’s list of “TV’s Sexiest Men of 2011,” he came in at number 77.
In October 2012, Schreiber was cast in the Netflix original drama series Orange Is the New Black as George “Pornstache” Mendez. He co-starred as Virgil in NBC’s drama pilot Ironside, a revival of the 1967 series of the same name, on February 26, 2013. Schreiber earned the We Love to Hate You Award at the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards for his role in Orange Is the New Black. He was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.
In 2016, he co-starred in the American biographical war film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi as Kris “Tanto” Paronto, a GRS team member and former US Army Ranger. Michael Bay directed and co-produced the film, while Chuck Hogan wrote the screenplay, which was based on Mitchell Zuckoff’s 2014 book 13 Hours.
In an interview with Comicbook.com, Pablo Schreiber showed interest in playing Wolverine in a future X-Men film, despite Hugh Jackman’s departure from the role. In Starz’s production of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, Schreiber portrays Mad Sweeney.
Pablo Schreiber Net worth
Shreiber has an estimated net worth of $4 million dollars.
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Pablo Schreiber Age
Shreiber is 44 years old as of 2021. He was born on April 26, 1978 Ymir, British Columbia, Canada.
Pablo Schreiber Height
Shreiber is 6 feet 4 inches tall.
Pablo Schreiber Family
Schreiber was born in a hippie commune in Ymir, British Columbia, before being moved to the unincorporated rural village of Winlaw at the age of six months. Tell Carroll Schreiber, his American father, was an actor, and Liev Schreiber, his half-brother, is also an actor and the son of his father’s first wife.
Pablo Schreiber Wife
Shreiber is currently not married, he was however married to Jessica Monty. The two have two sons together.
Pablo Schreiber Halo
Halo launched on Paramount+ on Thursday. It took nearly two decades, $90 million, and a creative strategy to turn a first-person shooter video game series with complex backstory and a large canon into an hourlong TV series.
Halo is an American military science fiction television series based on the Halo video game brand, created by Kyle Killen and Steven Kane for the streaming service Paramount+. It follows a 26th-century conflict between the United Nations Space Command and the Covenant, a theocratic-military alliance of numerous advanced alien cultures, and is produced by Amblin Television, 343 Industries, Showtime Networks, One Big Picture, and Chapter Eleven.
Pablo Schreiber The Wire
Schreiber appeared as Nick Sobotka on season 2 of the critically acclaimed HBO series The Wire.
David Simon, a novelist and former police reporter, developed and mostly wrote the American crime drama television series The Wire. In the United States, the series was broadcast on HBO, a cable network. The Wire ran for five seasons, from June 2, 2002, to March 9, 2008, and featured 60 episodes. The show began as a police drama partially based on his writing partner Ed Burns’ experiences as a former homicide investigator and public school teacher.
Pablo Schreiber Movies and Tv shows
- Den of Thieves
- American Gods
- The Wire