Liev Schreiber may be nominated for a Golden Globe for his role on “Ray Donovan,” but he isn’t preparing to win. In fact, should he win Schreiber doesn’t even want to keep his statue. Instead, he’s going to hand it to his fellow nominee, Bryan Cranston.
Like much of the world, Schreiber is a big “Breaking Bad” fan. Schreiber explained his decision to E! News at Audi’s Golden Globes party, saying, “I don’t know if he’s been nominated every season, but I think he should have won nearly every season. I think it’ll be a crime if he doesn’t win this year.”
In addition to Cranston for Best Actor in a Drama, “Breaking Bad” is also nominated for Best Drama and Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for Aaron Paul. Previously Cranston has been nominated for his role on the show three times, but has yet to win.