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Video: Damian Speaks French for the Cameras – Feb 18, 2018

Oui, Oui Monsieur!

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | Feb 18, 2018

Catching up with Damian behind the scenes at the Temperley Fashion Show and suddenly we all want a croissant.

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Damian and Helen Attend London Fashion Week – Feb 18, 2018

Temperley Fashion Show

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | February 18, 2018

Helen McCrory and Damian Lewis attended the Temperley London Fashion Show Fall/Winter 18 during London Fashion Week at Seymour Leisure Centre February 18, 2018 in London, England. Both are seen pictured here with Alice Temperley.

Source: Getty Images – Photo by David M. Benett

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Video: Damian Arrives at Pre-BAFTA Dinner Party – Feb 17, 2018

Charles Finch and Chanel Pre-BAFTA Party

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | February 17, 2018

Looks like the pre-BAFTA parties continue as we see Damian and Helen arriving at the annual Charles Finch and Chanel pre-BAFTAs dinner party at the Mark’s Club in Mayfair, London on Saturday evening, February 17, 2018. The event calls on the industry’s talent to celebrate British film before the awards ceremony tomorrow.

View video below of Damian arriving at the pre-BAFTA awards dinner party, also featuring Gillian Anderson and Greta Gerwig.

According to Daily Mail, other stars who flocked to Mayfair nightclub Mark’s Club for Finch’s pre-awards Chanel dinner included Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger, and actors Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott Thomas and Margot Robbie.

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Rake Magazine Interview: A True Leading Man – Feb 15, 2018

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In an exclusive interview with The Rake, Damian Lewis tells Tom Chamberlin why we all, in spite of ourselves, love an anti-hero.

by Tom Chamberlin | The Rake Magazine | February, 2018

Source: The Rake Magazine – Photo by: Kalle Gustafsson

Lewis – from Life to Homeland, Wolf Hall to Billions – has become the finest purveyor of modern drama’s moral ambiguities. In fact, writes Tom Chamberlin, if you can think of an actor who has influenced our golden age of television more than him, speak up…

Among the more ambiguous archetypes of the celluloid age, that of ‘leading man’ is perhaps the least defined. Far from the specific criteria of commedia dell’arte and melodrama, in which the characters are demarcated (bad guy = black hat and moustachioed, etc.), the leading man is purely subjective. Arguably he is the origin of celebrity, pulling screen presence into the limelight of fame. But the list of leading men over the years has shown that no colour, size, hair, manner or cultural identity has ever had dominion over the sobriquet. That is until Damian Lewis entered the fray. For Lewis is a man who, above anything else, is an exemplar of leadership and integrity at a time when the acting world could use a dose of it.

Damian Lewis takes charge of rooms when he enters them. Photoshoots with celebrities are often led by either the photographer, who squeezes every image he or she can from the available time; the stylist, whose job is to make sure a well-curated variety of clothes appears in the magazine; or the publicist, who tends to be the powerbroker. The ‘talent’ can often struggle through the day (except, of course, former Rake cover subjects), regarding the experience as a necessary nuisance. Not so with Mr. Lewis.

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Damian Spotted at Pre-BAFTA Dinner – Feb 14, 2018

Pre-BAFTA Dinner Fun

by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | February 14, 2018

This Tweet just in: Damian attended a Pre-BAFTA dinner this evening at the Spencer House in London and according to Deadline, legendary New York publicist and hostess Peggy Siegal co-hosted the dinner with James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli and theater producer Jessica de Rothschild. Damian is seen photographed here with actress Allison Janney.  The 71st British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) will air Sunday, February 18 and we hope Loving Vincent wins Best Animated Film, in which Helen McCrory voiced Louise Chevalier.

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