Leif plays a lot of bad guys, but he's not that bad in real life. He is best known as Uncle Ben's killer in "The Amazing Spider-Man" and for his attempt to kill Paul Blart in "Mall Cop 2". He was born in Tampa, Florida but grew up in Clear Lake, South Dakota. Leif directed the romantic sports comedy, "The 60 Yard Line", which was released in theaters nationwide in September of 2017. Leif was nominated for Best Actor in a Feature Film at Method Fest for his performance in "Lunatics, Lovers and Poets." Leif is a classic car enthusiast and you may see his rat rod creation "Franken-Ford" winning awards around the various L.A. car shows. His wife and daughter both skate for the L.A. Derby Dolls. Leif is also a referee for the banked track derby league. They're a derby family.