|Full Name||Pablo Tell Schreiber|
|Other Name||George "Pornstache" Mendez,Mad Sweeney "leprechaun",Nick Sobotka|
|Birth City||Ymir, British Columbia|
|Father Name||Tell Carroll Schreiber|
|Mother Name||Lorraine Reaveley|
|Spouse||Jessica Monty M: 2007 Divorce 2014|
|Relation With||Karina Smirnoff (Rumored)|
|No Of Children||2 Sons-Timoteo and Dante|
|Awards||"We Love to Hate You Award" in 2014s Young Hollywood Awards,Prime time Emmy Nomination|
|Sibilings||Lorraine Reaveley- Half Brother|
|Date of Birth||April 26,1978|
Pablo Tell Schreiber popularly known as Pablo Schreiber is a Canadian-American actor, performing artist and a voice actor who recently portrayed Mad Sweeney "leprechaun" in an american drama series American Gods in two of it's seasons.
Famous as Nick Sobotka on The Wire, Schreiber's role as George "Pornstache" Mendez on Orange Is the New Black, which won him a Prime-time Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.
As a stage actor, for a Broadway show Awake and Sing he was also nominated the Tony Award!
He was also seen in action thriller series Den of Thieves' alongside Gerard Butler, Pablo Schreiber, O'Shea Jackson Jr. and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. Additionally, he narrated Brett Easton Ellis' American Psycho's audiobook version. Additionally he is a lead on a Halo live-action series as Master Chief 2019.
He is famous for his tough demeanour and portrayal of a heroic bad guy roles that perfectly fits his persona. Pablo Tell Schreiber has given us some of the unforgettable roles and is a perfect example of tall and fairly handsome tough dude in Hollywood.
Though, he has many memorable roles in TV-films & broadway-off broadway shows he is picularly known as an actor who gave life to the role of Nick Sobotka in HBO's critically acclaimed series 'The Wire'.
Schreiber was raised in a hippie society in Ymir, British Columbia, before relocating to Winlaw, British Columbia's unincorporated rural community at the age of six months.
His father Tell Carroll Schreiber, was an American actor, and his half brother Liev Schreiber is also an actor. Pablo's mom, Lorraine Reaveley, is a psychotherapist based in Canada.
His dad, who had a powerful interest in literature, named Pablo after the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. When he was 12, his parents separated and Schreiber and his father moved to Seattle, Washington.
Schreiber joined the University of San Francisco after high school, where he hoped to win a place on his basketball team. However, after his unsuccessful attempt to get into the basketball team, he moved to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and graduated with a degree in theater in 2000.
Schreiber appeared in the role of Nick Sobotka on season 2 of the critically acclaimed HBO series The Wire and his role was highly appreciated by viewers all over the world which quickly established the stage actor into a TV star.
He then appeared as The Manchurian Candidate, in a Drama movie Lords Of Dogtown, and then appeared in Indie Drama Film Happy. Thank You. More. Please.
Then he appeared as a protagonist on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as William Lewis. He tahen took appeared on a FX series Lights Out.
In 2011, Schreiber played a Broadway adaptation of a Book by Rajiv Josephat Gruesome Playground Injuries.
He then went on to work in an American Comedy Drama series Weeds and appeared in it's 7th season as a drug dealer Demetri Ravitch.
In October 2012, Schreiber played the recurring role of George "Pornstache" Mendez in the original Netflix drama series Orange Is the New Black. Then in 2013, he re-appeared as Virgil in NBC's drama pilot Ironside.
In 2016, he co-starred as Kris "Tanto" Paronto, a member of the GRS squad and former U.S. Army Ranger in the American biographical war movie 13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi based on a famous novel of the same name.
Pablo Schreiber has also expressed his interest in depicting Wolverine's charector in future X-Men films from Comicbook.com. His interest seems logical because he actually seems perfect for the role as the famous actor Huge Jackmen has announced that he is not returning as Wolverine after his last movie Logan.
Schreiber was then seen as an unlucky leprechaun named Mad Sweeney in the first and second season of Starz's Neil Gaiman's book adopted series American Gods.
Pablo Schreiber was BuddyTV's 77th Sexiest Men in 2011. Schreiber won "We Love to Hate You Award" in 2014s Young Hollywood Awards for Orange Is the New Black.
Then he was nominated for a Prime time Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in the 2015 for Orange Is the New Black.
In 2007, Pablo Schreiber got married to Jessica Monty, a yoga teacher. The Couple was legally married for seven long years before their legal separation.
From their seven years long marriage, the pair also has two boys Timoteo and Dante. The pair split in 2014 filing a divorce case sighting irreconcilable differences. So, after his first marriage, the actor has tried keeping his love life a little low profile.
However, in 2014, he and Russian dancer and reality show star Karina Smirnoff were reportedly seen flirting with each-other, the news died without any confirmation from both the sides.
So, as of 2019, we don't know if the Emmy nominee is dating someone or not.
Pablo Schreiber's net worth in 2019 is reportedly around 4 million USD solely earned from his TV & Film career.
Pablo Schreiber reportedly receives over $50 thousand per episode of his Tv appearence and charges over $300 thousand per movie role. Reportedly, his recent roles in The American Gods and Orange Is The New Black pais him around $35 thousand to $50 thousand per appearance.
Pablo Schreiber is a fairly tall man with a height of 196 cm. Additionally, The Law And Order SVU villain has a well shredded body complemented by shiny brown hair.
Added to that, Manager William Morris Endeavor's client has a pair of Hazel eyes and distinctive serious looks.