Liev Schreiber may be up for a Golden Globe for his awesome work in Ray Donovan, but the actor insists he will not be writing an acceptance speech for Sunday.
"If I were to win, I'll present it to Bryan Cranston, who I think should really win," Schreiber told me last night at Audi's Golden Globes party. "That's a pretty amazing show.
"I don't know if he's been nominated every year but he certainly should have won," he continued. "I think it will be a crime if he doesn't win this year."
Cranston has been nominated a total five times for his amazingness as Walter White in Breaking Bad. Also in the running on Sunday are Michael Sheen for Masters of Sex, House of Cards' Kevin Spacey and James Spader for The Blacklist.
Meanwhile, we're sad to report, Schreiber wouldn't spill on season two of Ray Donovan. (If you haven't watched the Showtime series, you really should!)
"I haven't spoken in any great detail to [show creator Ann Biderman] about the season but I expect we'll top it," Schreiber said. "From what I know, I think we'll top it."
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