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Damian Lewis is Accompanied by Proud Wife Helen McCrory as They Celebrate the Opening Night of his Play American Buffalo – April 28, 2015

Damian Lewis is accompanied by proud wife Helen McCrory as they celebrate the opening night of his play American Buffalo

After shocking fans with his radical new moustachioed look, Damian Lewis took to the stage for his West End play American Buffalo’s opening night on Monday.

And his wife of eight years, Helen McCrory, was there to cheer him on as he wowed the audience with his lead turn opposite John Goodman and Tom Sturridge at London’s Wyndham Theatre.

Once the curtains were closed on the star-studded night, the couple were seen lovingly linking arms as they made their way to the nearby National Cafe to kick off celebrations.

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Celebration: Damian Lewis was accompanied by his wife, Helen McCrory, to celebrate the opening night of his West End play, American Bufflalo, at London's National Cafe on Monday

Beaming with pride as she chatted with her husband, Helen, 46, looked bright and beautiful in an aqua-coloured Roksanda dress, which she teamed with strappy black heels.

Resting a black handbag and coat over one of her decidedly toned arms, she held onto former Homeland star Damian with the other.

With his bushy moustache on prominent display, Damian, 44, looked smart in a black pea coat over a white button-up shirt, which he teamed with black trousers and matching shoes.

Thespian: Damian head earlier performed in the lead role at the English capital's Wyndham Theatre

Right to bare arms: Actress Helen proudly linked arms with the star as they headed to the after-party

Damian plays Walter ‘Teach’ Cole in the dark comedy about three small-time crooks plotting to steal a valuable coin collection.

The star has been given a bad ’70s makeover for the production, sporting thick sideburns, a bushy moustache and a maroon suit.

American Buffalo centres on three thieves, Damian’s Walter ‘Teach’ Cole, Don Dubrow (John Goodman) and Bobby (Tom Sturridge) as they plan the big-time heist.

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