'Law & Order: SVU': Where Is "William Lewis" Now?
Law & Order: SVU fans are still reeling from a terrifying encounter with "William Lewis" in seasons 14 and 15. Actor Pablo Schreiber portrayed the disturbed serial killer and rapist who threatened the life and career of "Benson" (Mariska Hargitay). Let's take a look at what the talented SVU actor is up to today.
"William Lewis" gave Law & Order: SVU fans a serious scare in seasons 14 and 15. "Lewis," a serial killer and rapist, was initially arrested for exposing himself in public. But the arrest escalated into a disturbing abduction of "Olivia Benson," which left her traumatized.
She'd later face "Lewis" in court, where he was sentenced to 25 years, only to escape soon after. The ordeal, followed by more killings, led to another confrontation between "Lewis" and "Benson" where he forced her into a game of Russian Roulette. "Lewis" eventually killed himself, but framed "Benson" for the act.
Law & Order: SVU: "William Lewis" - Actor Pablo Schreiber
Scarred and terrifying "William Lewis" left a mark on "Benson" and SVU fans long after his death in season 15. But what has actor Pablo Schreiber been up to since SVU?
Schreiber, who was earlier known for work on The Wire, last appeared on SVU in 2014. Since then, his career has really taken off with main cast roles on multiple notable series.
Just before he debuted as "William Lewis" on SVU, Schreiber had starred in season 1 of Netflix's hit prison drama Orange Is the New Black as "George 'Pornstache' Mendes." He played the role across 19 episodes in the show's seven seasons, even earning one Emmy nomination.
Today, the 42-year-old Canadian-born actor continues to star in American Gods, which heads into a third season on Starz. He'll also play "Master Chief" in the 2021 TV adaptation of the Halo video game franchise on Showtime.
Pablo Schreiber in 2020 - Movies and TV on the horizon
In 2020, Schreiber appeared in Apple TV's drama Defending Jacob. Meanwhile, recent movie work for the actor includes 2018 action film Skyscraper and a role in the Neil Armstrong biopic First Man.
Along with the Halo TV series, fans can also watch for Schreiber in upcoming adventure-fantasy film The King's Daughter, which has an uncertain release date at the moment. The actor (who is the half-brother of Liev Schreiber) is also a father of two, and keeps fans updated on his family life and TV and film work on social media!