1. Liev Schreiber tells Dave Davies about taking his work home with him on Ray Donovan

I didn’t ever think that I took roles home with me, but this has been a lot of work, and it has been long hours and a long schedule. … By going to those dark places day after day, hour after hour, you can feel pretty spent by the end of the day. If my kids aren’t around, and Naomi [Watts] at the end of the night to remind me how really great my life is, it can get dark. It’s something that I have to bear in mind. I realize how important it’s going to be for me, if we continue this show, that I’m able to keep my family around me. And [that] I’m able to do some kind of meditation practice that kind of leaves work at work and keeps home separate.
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    Liev Schreiber tells Dave Davies about taking his work home with him on Ray Donovan

    I didn’t ever think that I took roles home with me, but this has been a lot of work, and it has been long hours and a long schedule. … By going to those dark places day after day, hour after hour, you can feel pretty spent by the end of the day. If my kids aren’t around, and Naomi [Watts] at the end of the night to remind me how really great my life is, it can get dark. It’s something that I have to bear in mind. I realize how important it’s going to be for me, if we continue this show, that I’m able to keep my family around me. And [that] I’m able to do some kind of meditation practice that kind of leaves work at work and keeps home separate.

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