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  • This IC Wales article talks about Helen McCrory’s and Damian Lewis’s new home and life as parents upon the recent birth of their daughter Manon.
  • This Observer article about the British Independent Film Awards says “…Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory, looking magnificent (both of them) despite only giving birth to their daughter Manon less than three months ago.”
  • This DVD Times review of Keane says:

    “…Damian Lewis gives a phenomenal performance that should have gained him an Oscar nomination had this film been more widely shown. Given that he’s onscreen almost throughout, it’s a demanding role, but he carries it off superbly…

    You have to be grateful that there are filmmakers like Lodge Kerrigan about, even if they have to work on tiny budgets and have difficulties financing their work. Kerrigan’s films take you places that are out of your normal comfort zone, but they reward the searching out. Keane is just such a film, which showcases a commanding performance from Damian Lewis…”

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  • The world television premiere of Brides starring Damian Lewis will take place on December 3rd on Hungary’s DUNA channel.
  • Ann posted this link for Celador’s site for The James Bond Stories read by Damian Lewis.
  • You can now download the first 3 episodes of The James Bond Stories in MP3 format from the Multimedia audio page (also available in Real format.)
  • Director Philip Haas will teach courses in Documentary Film and Screenwriting for Princeton University’s
    Visual Arts Program this spring. His new film The Situation starring Damian Lewis will be presented.
  • Beware! The Region 2 Chromophobia DVD is now being offered for sale on ebay but this may be a pirate copy. The legitimate French vendor Alapage will release the DVD for sale on January 4th (and they will ship internationally.) Click here for more information on DVD regions and players.

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  • Click here to listen online to Damian Lewis reading part 1 of A View to a Kill, the 3rd of 8 episodes in The James Bond Stories on BBC Radio 2. The program can be downloaded in RealPlayer and MP3 format from the Multimedia page (episode 3 in MP3 format to follow.)
  • The IMDb page for Love and Virtue now lists the film’s cast members including Damian Lewis (rumored). If the producers finalize financial backing for the film Damian will portray Charlemagne’s famous knight – Orlando (Roland). Visit the Project Preview page to learn more about the movie.
  • Click here to read a listener’s comments about Damian Lewis’s portrayal of Valentine in the
    Two Gentlemen of Verona for the Arkangel audio production of The Complete Shakespeare. Damian also plays Laertes in Hamlet and Alcibiades in Timon of Athens. Check out the Shop page for all of Damian Lewis’s currently available audio and video performances.

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AUDIO CLIP: James Bond Voice Work – Nov 2006

James Bond Short Stories

by – November, 2006
Damian read a James Bond short story on BBC Radio 2 called From a View to a Kill, about a dispatch motorcycle rider on his way to British Secret Service HQ, is shot and killed and his Intelligence documents are stolen. James Bond is sent to investigate. Near the crash scene he uncovers an underground Russian agent hideout. Disguised as a dispatch rider, he shoots his Russian tail and takes his place. As he exposes the whole spy operation, his life is saved by Mary Ann who turns up at the end with men from the St. Germain station.
Listen to Damian read From a View to a Kill by Ian Fleming here.

James Bond Short Stories

Read the rest of the original article at Blabbertalk
Additional Source: BBC News

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  • Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory served as judges for tonight’s prestigious British Independent Film Awards. Click here to view pictures of them at the BIFA ceremony. Special thanks to dryope because many of the nicest photos come from her fantastic Currahee: Band of Brothers site. Click here to read how Helen achieved her glamorous look (she looks great, they both look wonderful – good for them!)
  • More pictures have been added to the Evening Standard Theatre Awards album. Again, many thanks to dryope.
  • A big welcome for our terrific new affiliates:
    » Matthew Fox Online
    » Elizabeth Mitchell Web
  • Thanks to Ann for posting this review of Keane which says “Lewis’ performance is fearless—the stuff that awards should be made of.”