Hints and Clues About New Project
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | October 10, 2019
Today this sweet, young, professional actor posted pictures of him and Damian on Instagram giving us fandom the first clue about a possible up-and-coming voice work project Damian appears to be a part of. In addition to Damian and Hector Bateman, other actors possibly involved in the project are Allan Corduner, Sophia Pettit and Susannah Wise. Bateman wrote,
“Sometimes I have to pinch myself. A part comes along that I am honoured to play, particularly when it has a truth in history and based on events that should never ever be forgotten. I feel I have a duty to pay respect to those involved, to what happened and let others hear the story too. This was one of those. Truly blessed to be able to do it 💗 I also got to work with the most incredible team – MASSIVE talent with so much experience to learn from and tales to hear, I love listening to their advice. Their skill is so inspiring, seeing people like that in action is just wow! The crew was so motivating, sharing the story, making me want to do the best possible version of the character it’s a privilege to be. Thankful and blessed to be part of this. Thanks to the wonderful #DamianLewis @AllanCorduner @SophiaPettit #SusannahWise and all the others not in the pictures!”
No details about the project were provided other than it is rooted in historical truth about events that should never be forgotten, and we can’t wait to find out what this voice work will lead to! Perhaps a radio play? Looking forward to it as always!
The Official Film of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | February 28, 2019
We first reported that Damian would narrate the Official Film of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia here. And now it’s available on Amazon Prime! The film covers the July 15, 2018 match between France and Croatia. See what others are saying about it on social media:
Damian provides commentary on the film described as: “Specialist film crews, capturing beautiful, cinematic footage from around Russia using industry leading equipment, provide the raw material for this timeless story of hope, passion, heartbreak and joy. The unparalleled vantage points enjoyed by FIFA’s own crews provide exclusive access to the players and coaches – closer than ever before.”
The film stars Damian Lewis, Paul Pogba, Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo and is directed by Simon Bisset, Caio Correa, George Miller and Richard Horne.
The Real Dick Winters: The Man Who Led the Band of Brothers
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | January 31, 2019
Hang Tough is the story of the building and dedication of the Richard D. Winters Leadership monument in Normandy, France in June of 2012. The film focuses on the leader of World War II’s Band of Brothers. Narrated by 2012 Emmy Award-winner Damian Lewis, who played Dick Winters in HBO’s Band of Brothers. You can rent or buy it here for $5.99.
FIFA World Cup Official Film
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | October 25, 2018
Preliminary information on social media indicates Damian is recording the narration for the 2018 FIFA World Cup official film. Tom Hillier jokes that he and Damian are the British comedy duo Syd Little and Eddie Large from Little and Large back together again and providing commentary on the July 15, 2018 match between France and Croatia. If this pans out, we can’t wait to hear it! Stay tuned for further updates.
Coming Soon: BBC
Damian Lewis Called Me on My Smartphone
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | December 22, 2017
His voice. That distinguished, recognizable voice. Yes, THAT voice. Whether it’s soothing poetry reads, children’s bedtime stories or a narrated documentary, we know that voice! I’ve often said Damian could sell me a tube of toothpaste should he ever voice a commercial ad one day, whether Crest, Colgate, Rembrandt – hell, take your pick. And fans have often said he could read the phonebook to them and they’d listen.
Many of his U.S. fans think his British accent alone is dreamy, but combine that with his velvety tone, it’s Mozart to anyone’s ears – always with the right amount of inflection, emphasis and dramatic pause. And perfectly modulated to portray emotions of wrath, bewilderment or exhilaration. That is our beloved Damian Lewis.
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