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Pablo Schreiber


Pablo Schreiber stars as Virgil, a man who wrestles with the dichotomy of being one of NYPD's toughest cops in the city and a loving family man at home, in NBC's gritty police drama "Ironside."
With a multitude of roles in film, theater and television, Schreiber has proven his range and versatility as an actor.

Schreiber has appeared in many films, including: Josh Radnor's "Happythankyoumoreplease," which won the Audience Award at Sundance, Woody Allen's "Vicky Christina Barcelona," "The Lords of Dogtown," Michael Cuesta's "Tell-Tale," "Nights in Rodanthe," "The Manchurian Candidate," "Allegiance," "Breaking Upwards," "Into the Fire," "The Mudge Boy" and "Invitation to a Suicide."

Upcoming, he appears in Stephen Frears' "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" and the independent features "The Dramatics" and "Fort Bliss."

Among his television credits is his unforgettable role as Nick Sobotka in HBO's critically acclaimed saga "The Wire." Additional series include "Orange Is the New Black," "Weeds," "A Gifted Man," "Lights Out," "The Good Wife," "White Collar," "The Beast," "Life on Mars," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Fear Itself," "Dirt," John Grisham's "A Painted House," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Law & Order: SVU" and "The Black Donnellys."

Schreiber has been a staple of the New York theater scene, performing in numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway plays. He was nominated for a Tony Award for his Broadway debut in the revival of Clifford Odets' classic "Awake and Sing!" which was directed by Bartlett Sher.

He made his professional debut in "Blood Orange" and went on to roles in productions that include "Desire Under the Elms," directed by Robert Falls; Rajiv Joseph's "Gruesome Playground Injuries" at Second Stage; Neil LaBute's "Reasons to be Pretty" at MCC Theater, which garnered him a Drama Desk Award; "Dying City" at Lincoln Center; "Mr. Marmalade" at Roundabout; "Sin: A Cardinal Deposed" at The New Group; "Manuscript" at the Daryl Roth Theater; and "Julius Caesar" at the New York Shakespeare Festival.

He resides in New York City.