Categories HIGNFY The Escapist Voice Work

  • The musical score for The Escapist (Benjamin Wallfisch, composer) will be released on CD on May 5, 2009 and is now available for pre-order. The soundtrack is currently available for MP3 download.

  • Click here for info about Damian Lewis’s guest host appearance on “Have I Got News For You” on May 1, 2009 on BBC One.

  • Click here for the updated “global release dates” for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince featuring Helen McCrory at Narcissa Malfoy. The film will be released in the US and Canada on July 15, 2009 and in the UK on July 17th.
  • Wikipedia has a summary page for “Elementary, My Dear Stacy” the Phineas and Ferb episode featuring the voice of Damian Lewis as “Agent Double 0 0.” The episode will air in the US on May 15th on the Disney Channel.

Categories HIGNFY Life The Escapist

  • There’s only one more day to enter to win the large, autographed poster of Damian Lewis as Detective Charlie Crews in Life. The contest ends at 11 pm ET on Friday, April 17th; click here for more information.

  • Click above to watch a review of Life by Kansas City Star television critic Aaron Barnhart. He polled his readers to select shows that “deserved a second look” and Life was the winner by an overwhelming majority!

  • Damian Lewis is scheduled to appear as a guest host on Have I Got News For You on May 1, 2009 at 9 pm on BBC One. This is a new episode and not a repeat of his hilarious November 2006 appearance on this popular British “political quiz show”. Thanks to Kaz you can click here to download and view Damian’s November 2006 appearance on HIGNFY from the Multimedia page.

  • Through August 1, 2009 all 21 episodes of Life: Season 2 will be available for free, online viewing at and (US residents only – sorry!)

  • This viewer’s review of The Escapist has this to say about Damian’s performance:

    The menacing Rizza (Damian Lewis)…rules the prison like a violent version of Howdy Doody…Lewis chilled me to the … bone. Rizza isn’t a yeller; he carries this quiet grim evil in him. With the clean, bright-red, close cut part hair, he looks like a clean-cut fella, and you wonder why everyone is supposed to be afraid of him. He quickly quells that, merely with a gesture or a quiet shushing. You realize why men would cut off their own finger without screaming just to avoid his temper.

    Video On Demand viewers can watch The Escapist right now on TV under “IFC In Theaters;” click here for the Comcast On Demand listing.