Liev Schreiber and Taylor Neisen Have Rare Red Carpet Date Night in Matching Looks at the 2024 Tony Awards

The couple looked glamorous in coordinating looks at the event, where Schreiber is a nominee

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Liev Schreiber and his wife Taylor Neisen stepped out for a rare red carpet date night to the 2024 Tony Awards in New York City.

The couple looked glamorous in coordinating black tie looks. Schreiber, 56, wore a classic tuxedo. Neisen opted for a chic strapless black dress with a full skirt that hit at her ankles. She accessorized with black pumps and a layered diamond necklace, plus drop diamond earrings. Her blonde hair was styled into a retro, side-parted waves and she topped everything off with a wine colored pout.

Schreiber and Neisen, 31, have been linked since 2017 and got married in July 2023. A month later, they announced the birth of their daughter, Hazel Bee. Hazel is Schreiber's third child, his first with Neisen. He shares two children with his ex-girlfriend Naomi Watts, whom he dated for 11 years.

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At the 2024 Tonys, Schreiber is nominated for best leading actor in a play for his role as Father Flynn in Doubt: a Parable. Amy Ryan, Quincy Tyler Bernstine and Zoe Kazan also star in the production.

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In an April 2024 appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the Ray Donovan actor shared that while starring in the Broadway play, he suffered from transient global amnesia (TGA), a rare medical condition that triggers a sudden episode of memory loss and confusion.

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“The worst nightmare that an actor could possibly ever experience,” he told host Seth Meyers. “I was in my dressing room and I had a terrible headache. I thought it was maybe a fast food headache, but it felt a little stronger than that. I’m walking down the stairs and I’m thinking, ‘This is not normal. I don’t feel okay.’ "

He continued that he knew “something was really wrong” when he saw Ryan backstage and couldn’t remember her name. Then, he went out onstage and completely forgot his lines.

“It all vanishes. The play is gone from my head ... I know I’m in a play but I don’t know what play I’m in,” Schreiber explained, adding that he thought he had had a stroke.

<p>Joan Marcus</p> Liev Schreiber in Doubt.

Joan Marcus

Liev Schreiber in Doubt.

After receiving a normal MRI, a neurologist told the actor that he had a condition called transient global amnesia. “Apparently it’s brought on by migraines and rigorous coitus,” he joked.

Within 24 hours, Schreiber said, his memory returned.

“I go to sleep, I wake up, I remember the whole play,” he recalled. “I never had another problem with it. I was embarrassed and thought everyone would think I was lying and taking a night off from the theater.”

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The Tony Awards are airing live from Lincoln Center in New York City on Sunday, June 16, on CBS (8 ET/PT) and streaming on Paramount+.

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