The Omen actor Liev Schreiber was spotted braving the cold Atlantic fall waters as he went for a swim in The Hamptons over the weekend.
The actor has been really busy in recent months working on his charity, Blue Check Ukraine, which aims to offer humanitarian aid to the eastern European country. However, it seems Liev is still managing to find time for exercise, including a swim.
Liev turned 55 years old just last month, but he is proving that age is only a number, as he looked incredible emerging from the blue waters.
The Hollywood star was snapped looking super buff and toned as he sauntered up the rocky beach.
Clothed in nothing except a pair of blue shorts, Liev showed off his biceps with his hands placed on his hips and his trademark serious expression on his face.
The actor had a bit of stubble on his face, and his hair was cropped short.
As mentioned above, Liev is one of the co-founders of Blue Check Ukraine, which was set up in March 2022 following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Liev Schreiber co-founded charity to send aid to Ukraine
The Blue Check Ukraine charity aims to focus on non-governmental aid organizations to funnel donations directly to Ukrainians who are most in need.
Liev told Town & Country Magazine that he was enlisted by a friend to help out with the charity. At first, he admitted to being reluctant to help because of a feeling of anger and helplessness, but he soon decided it was the right thing to do. Liev is of Ukrainian descent on his mother’s side.
The Defiance actor has even visited Ukraine and met with President Zelenskyy.
Liev isn’t the only Hollywood star to organize charitable support for Ukraine. Mila Kunis and her husband, Ashton Kutcher, have also been involved in sending humanitarian aid. Similarly to Liev, Mila has a Ukrainian background.
Liev has also helped create an Irish whiskey
The Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse actor has also teamed up with Richard Davies, founder of Irish whiskey company Slainte to go into the liquor business, well, for charity, of course.
Last month, Slainte debuted their whiskey with bottles selling in selected stores across the US. Liev and Richard have also created a limited edition 18 yr old single malt, and 100% of the profits for this drink will go to Blue Check Ukraine. The company will also send one dollar per bottle of their regular whiskey to the charity as well.
Liev posted a selection of pics from the debut launch at the Georgia Room in New York.
As part of the caption, Liev wrote, “support our humanitarian efforts in Ukraine, follow along at @BlueCheckUkraine. Sláinte!” Slainte means cheers in Irish.More: Liev Schreiber