Ned Liebl began his professional stage career in Madison, Wisconsin, playing Joey in the award winning play Without Pity. Soon after, he went on to perform with the improvisational troupe Mixed Nuts. After studying in New York, Ned made his television debut as Grady Gibson, the dual-natured narcotics officer, in the television drama Guilty or Innocent? After several independent films, Ned made his studio feature film debut as Saint, the vigilante priest, in Sony Pictures’ Cross, and just recently finished the sequel, Cross Wars. Recent stage roles include: Aviator in The Little Prince (Chance Theater), Leonard in Seminar (Chance Theater), Lou D’Marco in Moth Theatre’s Light Sensitive, Le Bret in Ruskin Group Theatre’s Cyrano de Bergerac, Phillip in Raven Playhouse’s The Square Root of Wonderful, and Primo in The Night Rockland Slaughter Died at Greenway Court Theatre.