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Damian Lewis Attends GFI Charity Day for Sohana Research Fund
We all know Damian Lewis is a proud patron of Sohana Research Fund. Damian ROCKED the trading floor on Charity Day in 2014 picking up the phones to help raise money for Sohana Research Fund as well as Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
And today he was BACK on the trading floor, this time at GFI Group, now a division of BGC partners, representing Sohana Research Fund to help raise funds and find a cure for Epidermolysis Bullosa, to make the world a better place for the bravest girl he has ever known and all the butterfly kids out there.
Who ZOO you think you are? Damian Lewis and wife Helen McCrory hilariously attempt to go incognito in eye-catching animal disguises at Surrey theme park
By LISA MCLOUGHLIN FOR MAILONLINE – The Daily Mail – September 10, 2017
He’s known for his calculating role as the ambitious hedge-fund king Bobby Axelrod on Sky Atlantic’s Billions.
But Damian Lewis, 46, looked worlds away from his cutting character as he stepped out on Sunday wearing an eye-catching butterfly mask alongside his Peaky Blinders actress wife Helen McCrory, 49, while at Chessington World of Adventures.
The dynamic acting duo looked in jovial spirits as they wandered around the Surrey-based theme park wearing hilarious masks while hand-in-hand.
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‘Billions’ stars celebrate season three with high-end whiskey
By Ian Mohr – Page Six – September 4, 2017
The cast of “Billions” — including on-screen archrivals Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti — were spotted knocking back high-end whiskey together at Mario Batali’s Del Posto to celebrate the series’ third season, spies said.
The cast earlier had their first table read before filming starts next week. Also at the tasting of flights of eight whiskeys, followed by a private dinner, were stars Malin Akerman, Maggie Siff and Condola Rashad and co-creators Brian Koppelman and David Levien. The group sampled Michter’s limited-production whiskeys, including the rare $5,000-plus-per-bottle “Celebration Sour Mash,” guided by the brand’s Magliocco brothers.