A former student-athlete, Laith Wallschleger graduated from the University of Delaware with an MBA in Finance and Theatre Minor. After setting multiple University and NCAA records on the collegiate football field, he went on to play in the NFL for the Arizona Cardinals. Retirement from professional sports marked a transition to a career in entertainment.
After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he began work as an actor, voice actor, and stuntman. Primarily a TV/Film actor, Laith’s work can be seen on Oxygen Network, NBC, Lifetime, and HBO. Aside from acting, Laith’s stunt work spans TV’s “Ballers,” “Euphoria,” and “All-American,” as well as the feature films; “Brian Banks” and “Paterno.” In addition to his on-camera work, Laith has commercial voiceover credit for Mercedes, ESPN, Intel, Burger King, ABC, and countless Fortune 500 companies. His ability to execute over 100 accents, characters, and celebrity impressions allows a seamless crossover between commercial, video game, animation, and film. From feature films, network television, Superbowl commercials, spokesmanship, and modeling print/runway, to developing brand/marketing content for multi-million dollar companies, Laith looks forward to the next challenge in his entertainment career. A native of Alexandria, VA, Laith now lives in Los Angeles.