Ned Liebl

Ned Liebl was born the youngest of eight children to Edmund (a doctor) and Patricia (a nurse), in Madison, WI. His comfort in front of the camera originated at an early age as he was the frequent subject of the family's 8mm home movies. At age nine, he created and starred in his first fictional film, an 8mm film titled "Ned's War". His first stage performance was at age nine in a children's theater production of "Bye Bye Birdie". He played the role of Albert, which was originated on Broadway by his future friend and mentor, Charles Nelson Reilly. Ned also started playing the piano and composing at an early age, creating his first composition at age seven. Soon, however, athletics would dominate his youth, as he excelled in hockey, football, and baseball.In college, Ned reconnected with his love for acting and music. He played drums and sang in the indie-band, "True Vine Holiness", and joined the Ark Repertory Theatre (former members include Joan Cusack and Chris Farley). He also receiv

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