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Jon Voight Loves TV Son Liev Schreiber Who Wants him Dead


Much of the show revolves around Schreiber’s desire and then attempts to see his father dead.

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Jon Voight is the man you hate if you’re a dedicated fan of the dark and brutal series “Ray Donovan” on Showtime. He plays the Irish self centered, narcissistic, debonair father of an LA fixer, played for a second stellar season by Liev Schreiber.

Much of the show revolves around Schreiber’s desire and then attempts to see his father, recently released from a long stint in prison back east, either dead or back behind bars.

Speaking to E! News about his co-star, the 46-year-old Schreiber, who is in a long-term relationship with Naomi Watts, Voight (75) said: “He’s attractive. He’s sexy. He’s dangerous. He’s got a sense of humor. He’s intelligent and he has great emotional depth.”

He also said: “I am going to say this right in front of him. I’m a big fan of Liev’s and I have been for years, since I worked with him many years ago and I followed his career. I always felt like he was a perfect leading man.”

Schreiber recently said his partner, Naomi, mother of their sons Samuel, 5 and Alexander, 7, is also a huge fan of the show.

He said: “It was a real treat to watch it with Naomi. She’s a harsh critic, and to see her enjoying it and her family enjoying it was real fun.”

However, according to Schreiber, when his kids show up on the set, the fun stops and he starts getting nervous. Mostly because he doesn’t want them to get the impression life will necessarily treat them in the future as it does their television start daddy.

“They come by every once and a while and they know what I do. But you show up on set, and Daddy has people helping him do everything. And there’s a fancy trailer. I don’t know if it’s necessarily the best way to inspire a work ethic or show them the value of a day’s rate, but it’s something I certainly hope they’ll inherit along the way.”

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