“I will never need to be a billionaire”
by Alistair Foster | Evening Standard | April 9, 2018
The 47-year-old actor insists his life is a far cry from that of billionaire Bobby Axelrod, who he plays in Sky Atlantic series Billions.
The star married McCrory, 49, in 2007 and the couple have a daughter, Manon, 11, and 10-year-old son Gulliver. Lewis said of his grueling filming schedules: “I must have made the decision that this is worth it, otherwise I wouldn’t be doing it.
Lewis has spent a lot of time in New York filming the latest series of Billions, and told Hello! magazine: “I’ve pretty much flown back and forth from New York to London every ten days for the last six months.
“It’s not easy to leave my kids but I tell them I’m flying back to work so we can have a nice holiday later on with all the air miles that I’m amassing.
“We muddle through but it is hard work. I must say, I’m getting quite tired of the departure lounge at Newark Airport.”
He added: “I think I have quite a Methodist work ethic in that it’s the work that’s important to me, not what I get paid for it. I’ve had one or two fast cars and we’ve just bought a second house in the countryside, which seems like quite an extravagance, but I will never need to be a billionaire.”
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