Take the Billions Tour in New York City and Beyond
by Damianista | Fan Fun with Damian Lewis | June 25, 2018
Billions is a dream show, not only because our favorite actor Damian Lewis is in it, but also because New York, from its landmarks to its city parks and to its quirky shops, appears as a cast member in the show. We particularly love it that Billions is taking over New York, the big film studio that it is, shooting all over the place, from Manhattan to Queens to Brooklyn to The Bronx to Long Island and to northern suburbs. So we have put together this Billions Season 3 Location Guide as a loving tribute to our most favorite place on earth and a heartfelt thank you to the show creators for writing a love letter to the city.
Hope you pick and choose and take your own Billions tour in New York City and beyond and give us feedback! In case you missed our Locations Guide for Season 1 and Season 2, you can check them out here and here. And don’t forget about our Dining Guide, Season 3.
Continue reading Billions Location Guide, Season 3 – June 25, 2018
Inside Axe’s Swanky Manhattan Crib
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 30, 2018
We know the REAL New York crib that Axe lives in on Billions is a $45 million-dollar Sky Loft penthouse located at 145 Hudson Street in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, fit for a king and perfect as a billionaire’s lair. With 7,500 square feet, it features four bedrooms, four and half bathrooms, three wood-burning fireplaces, and two sculptural staircases. And it wouldn’t be complete without a chef’s kitchen, polished concrete and teak floors, and the added bonus of a 4,500 square foot terrace with a view of the New York City skyline. Instead of windows, there are glass walls – the scale is phenomenal.
Continue reading Take a Tour of Bobby Axelrod’s Apartment – March 30, 2018
Original article at the Times
Camden was happening – and soon my career was, too
Interview by Caroline Rees
I never anticipated living in Camden Town. As an 18-year-old, I’d gone to the Crush nights at the Electric Ballroom, so I thought this part of north London was a place for students and people wearing tie-dye T-shirts. But I found a fantastic little house with a roof terrace in a gorgeous, very urban row of workmen’s cottages on Prowse Place, a cobbled mews tucked away between Camden and Kentish Town. I bought No 7 in 2001 and lived there for five years. I had Baz Bamigboye on one corner and Amy Winehouse on another. Continue reading Time and Place: Damian Lewis, Sunday Times, October 30, 2011