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Liverpool Fan Damian Lewis on Starring with His Anfield Heroes in New Film – Oct 30, 2011

Liverpool fan Damian Lewis on starring with his Anfield heroes in new film

EXCLUSIVE: MOVIE star Damian Lewis has revealed how he persuaded Kenny Dalglish to make his big-screen debut.

MOVIE star Damian Lewis has revealed how he persuaded Kenny Dalglish to make his big-screen debut.

The Scotland legend was going to kick the offer of a movie role into touch until he was urged to get on board by the Band Of Brothers star.

Liverpool boss Kenny had been invited to play a crucial role in Will, a film about an 11-year-old boy trekking from Kent to Istanbul for the 2005 Champions League Final between the Reds and AC Milan.

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Damian Lewis Interview, USA Weekend Magazine, March 10 2002

Damian Lewis Interview

by Evelyn Poitevent, USA Weekend Magazine,  March 10, 2002

“Band of Brothers” star Damian Lewis, 31, has been touted by everyone from the “New York Times” to “People” magazine as Hollywood’s new golden child. And rightfully so. The British actor — a veteran of London’s Guildhall School (where he studied drama with Ewan McGregor and Joseph Fiennes), the Birmingham Repertory and Royal Shakespeare Company (where he befriended Ralph Fiennes) — has not only proved himself worthy of the stage during the last decade, but has also made his mark on British television (BBC’s “Warriors” and “Hearts and Bones”). “Band of Brothers” brought him to American audiences — and rest assured, that was just the beginning. We caught up with the humorous, fun-loving (yet humble) redhead, who’s currently filming a Stephen King thriller, “Dreamcatcher,” in Canada. Continue reading Damian Lewis Interview, USA Weekend Magazine, March 10 2002