In movies, film stars portray another identity or obfuscate their identity with the help of silicone/latex masks. Such realistic masks are now easily available and are used for entertainment purposes. However, their usage in criminal activities to deceive law enforcement and automatic face recognition systems is also plausible. Therefore, it is important to guard biometrics systems against such realistic presentation attacks. This paper introduces the first-of-its-kind silicone mask attack database which contains 130 real and attacked videos to facilitate research in developing presentation attack detection algorithms for this challenging scenario. Along with silicone mask, there are several other presentation attack instruments that are explored in literature. The next contribution of this research is a novel multilevel deep dictionary learning-based presentation attack detection algorithm that can discern different kinds of attacks. An efficient greedy layer by layer training approach is formulated to learn the deep dictionaries followed by SVM to classify an input sample as genuine or attacked. Experimental are performed on the proposed SMAD database, some samples with real world silicone mask attacks, and four existing presentation attack databases, namely, replay-Attack, CASIA-FASD, 3DMAD, and UVAD. The results show that the proposed algorithm yields better performance compared with state-ofthe-Art algorithms, in both intra-database and cross-database experiments. © 2017 IEEE.