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Liev Schreiber, Enjoying a Tony Role as Roma

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Liev Schreiber, Enjoying a Tony Role as Roma

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Liev Schreiber, Enjoying a Tony Role as Roma

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Schreiber, at right, in a scene with Alan Alda

Schreiber, at right, in a scene with Alan Alda in Glengarry Glen Ross. Scott Landis hide caption

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On Sunday, actor Liev Schreiber will be competing for a Tony Award for his role in the latest Broadway production of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Glengarry Glen Ross. He has familiar company among his fellow nominees: co-stars Alan Alda and Gordon Clapp are nominated in the same category, best performance by a featured actor.

Schreiber plays Roma, the top man in a louche real-estate sales office. The 37-year-old actor, known for his roles in movies such as Scream and RKO 281, talks with Scott Simon about the play and his work.

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