Patron of the ‘Cure EB’ Charity
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | May 11, 2018
Damian took to the stage to talk to Cure EB friends and supporters about fundraising initiatives to raise awareness for Epidermolysis Bullosa at the House of Lords on Friday, May 11, 2018. In addition, Professor McGrath and Professor Hovnanian spoke about Epidermolysis Bullosa research and developments in current clinical projects.
Damian is a proud patron of the charity Cure EB.org, formally known as Sohana Research Fund. Sohana Collins is a young teenager who was born with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB or EB), which means she lacks the protein that holds her skin together. Children with EB have extremely fragile skin and they are sometimes called “butterfly children.” For more information about the charity and organization, follow them on Twitter, visit them on Facebook or donate here.
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Expect the Unexpected
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | May 10, 2018
Damian Lewis and Gala Ambassador Helen McCrory attended the Circus Gala 2018 titled ‘Expect the Unexpected‘ in London on Thursday, May 10, 2018. The Gala is a fundraising event to help raise money to support the next generation of circus artists and will celebrate and ignite the future of the art-form.
This year, the National Centre for Circus Arts Gala partnered with Chef Ben Spalding to offer a unique and unexpected three course dinner, along with cocktails, silent and live auctions and other fundraising games.
For more information about the National Centre for Circus Arts organization, please visit their website here.
Save the Children’s “Night of Hits” Fundraiser
by Julia Pritchard | Daily Mail | May 9, 2018
Damian and Helen were hard to miss in their 80’s theme get-up as they attended Save the Children’s “Night of Hits” Fundraiser in London on Wednesday, May 9, 2018. Save the Children is an organization that helps child poverty, protection, education, hunger and health in 68 countries around the world. They give children a healthy start and the chance to learn. For more information, please visit Save the Children’s website.
Source: Daily Mail – Photo by: Jeff Moore
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This Ace will be Slicing on the Greens Again
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | April 27, 2018
According to European Tour’s website and this tweet, stars of film and television will be taking a break from delivering their lines to join the best golfers in the world for a day of unscripted Celebrity Pro-AM golf competition at Wentworth Club in Virginia Water, Surrey, United Kingdom on Wednesday, May 23, prior to the BMW PGA Championship set for May 24-May 27, 2018.
Damian returns to the West Course looking to improve on a third place finish in last year’s event, which is the curtain raiser to the BMW PGA Championship, the first of eight Rolex Series events on the European Tour. Live coverage begins with an On the Range show on Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 pm, featuring action from the celebrity-filled Pro-Am as well as a special masterclass. Learn more how to watch live from Sky Sports.
Last year Damian joined the 2016 BMW PGA Champion Chris Wood, as well as rowing legends Sir Matthew Pinsent and Sir Steve Redgrave, to finish with an impressive team score of 24 under par. This year Damian will tee off at 1:15 p.m. and join professional Thomas Bjorn, along with Bradley Simpson and Luke Pasqualino.
Here is the full list of Pros, Ams and Celebs, their handicaps, and which groups they’re in (*subject to change):
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New York, Soccer, Trump
by Noah Davis | Kit Magazine | April 10, 2018
Illustration by Marco and Mauro La Villa
DAMIAN LEWIS WAS a few minutes late, fresh off an afternoon of getting fitted for a prosthetic so he could play Rob Ford, the late mayor of Toronto, in an upcoming film. The process involved getting his face and head completely covered in silicon strips, breathing through a small hole near the nose. It sounded awful, frankly, and, as he explained, a similar experience apparently once sent a big-screen martial-art tough guy into a blind panic.
Lewis, 47, was in New York to finish up the third season of Showtime hit, Billions. Shooting ran long due to the weather. What was supposed to be a six-month trip became seven going on eight, accruing “half a million” air miles flying back to London to see his wife and two kids during down time. The next morning, he had to be up at five o’clock to shoot a scene or two at Citi Field, and production would wrap for good in three days. He was ready to return home.
But first: dinner. We settle in at Kings Co Imperial, in Williamsburg, and get started with some fried mock eel, whatever that is. Lewis was ready to eat: “That’s the point of coming to Chinese restaurants, right? To get a bit of fried food.”
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