Leland Orser stars in BERLIN STATION as “Robert Kirsch,” a devoted and successful Deputy Chief who digs intelligence out of the capital through a mix of force, diligence and cleverness.
Leland Orser first came to prominence in David Fincher’s Se7en, opposite Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt. He has gone on to give memorable performances in one great film after another including, Alien: Resurrection from Jean-Pierre Jeunet opposite Sigourney Weaver; Saving Private Ryan from Steven Spielberg with Tom Hanks; The Bone Collector from Philip Noyce alongside Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie; Very Bad Things directed by Peter Berg, with Jon Favreau, and Cameron Diaz; Twisted directed by Philip Kauffman with Ashley Judd and Samuel L. Jackson; The Good German from Steven Soderbergh, opposite George Clooney and Cate Blanchett; and the Taken series with Pierre Morel, Olivier Megaton and Liam Neeson. He was last be seen in the psychological thriller The Guest, which premiered at Sundance, and Riley Stearns dark comedy, Faults alongside Mary Elizabeth Winstead, which premiered at the SXSW film festival.
Leland’s other film credits include Runaway Jury, Pearl Harbor, Escape From L.A., Excess Baggage, Resurrection, Daredevil with Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, and Confidence with Ed Burns and Rachel Weisz.
On television he appeared for the final five years of NBC’s long running E.R. as Dr. Lucien Dubenko as well as two seasons of Fox’s 24, Magic City, Revolution, Touch, and Scandal.
Most recently Leland appeared for two seasons opposite Liev Shreiber on Showtime’s Ray Donovan in a powerful and deeply moving story line as Father Tomas Romero.
Orser wrote and directed the feature film, Morning which was released by Anchor Bay in theaters last fall. He stars in the film alongside Jeanne Tripplehorn, Laura Linney, Kyle Chandler and Elliott Gould. Morning is now available on iTunes.