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Graffiti Street Art
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | October 22, 2022
Damian was recently photographed with the MurWalls Team, a group of internationally licensed British street artists creating projects in homes, business and schools. They work with world-renowned brands to provide truly personal artwork of the highest quality. Sir HvH Arts Foundation, a charity Damian and the late Helen McCrory are a Patron of, admires their work. One can only wonder if this could lead to a mural honoring The McCrory Award. However, Sir HvH Arts has a graffiti art program as well. MurWalls not only gives businesses a perfect medium for making a statement, but also charities and community organizations.
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Liverpool vs. Inter
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 9, 2022
Photo Credit: Cliff Whittingham
Guess who was out and about to watch his fave Liverpool play? Damian was spotted at the UEFA Champions League match, round of 16, leg 2 of 2, on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 at Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, UK. Liverpool lost 0 -1 against Internazionale Milano (Inter), but won by aggregate. In the first game, LFC beat Inter 2 – 0. In the second match, Inter beat LFC 1 – 0. LFC has more goals in total, so even though LFC lost this game, they will go on to the quarter finals. Damian posed for photos with many fans and even made a stop at Taggy’s, a unique LFC-themed bar on 21 Anfield Road. Whether Damian stopped by to imbibe for pre-game or post-game, who can tell?! 🙂 But we’re told some singing may have been involved. For more about Taggy’s Bar, visit their website here.
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Liverpool’s Stunning Semi-Final
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | May 8, 2019
Liverpool overcame a 3-0 deficit to defeat Barcelona and reach the Champions League final in a stunning night at Anfield. Listen to the reaction from Liverpool legend Steve McMahon and comedian and football supporter Omid Djalili, Liverpool fan and actor Damian Lewis, and one of the Liverpool poets Roger McGough.
Listen to Damian on BBC Radio 4 ‘Best of Today‘ around 6:19 here
Damian and mates attended the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Burnley FC on March 10, 2019 at Anfield in Liverpool, England. Liverpool came from behind to beat Burnley 4-2 and moved back within one point of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League. Looks like Liverpool’s title bid is back on track!
Walked out of Anfield with @lewis_damian earlier and all the LFC fans on Anfield Road where to preoccupied trying to get a pic of the players in their cars that they missed bombarding Damian. 😂
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Hanging Out With Soccer Giants
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | April 4, 2018
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Damian and son were a part of the coverage at Anfield for the first leg of Liverpool’s Champions League tie with Manchester City on April 4th.
They were pitchside ahead of the game to speak with the talent lineup that includes Gary Lineker, Steven Gerrard, and Frank Lampard. And Liverpool wins 3-0!
After a magical Liverpool night that lived up to every effusive word ever uttered about Anfield, Pep Guardiola and Manchester City are now going to have live up to all the hype about them to turn this tie around. The Catalan will maybe have to produce his greatest feat of management yet, or something at least as wondrous as Jurgen Klopp conjured here for this coruscating 3-0 victory that itself will match anything this great old ground has seen in Europe. That’s the scale of the task for City in the second leg, that’s how magnificent Liverpool were.
It was amazing to think that the utterly thrashed visitors could be crowned the most commanding ever English champions as soon as Saturday, because it’s been a long time since they have been made to look this callow, this out of ideas, this poor. City’s night started with their bus getting smashed up, and just got worse. The only blemish for Liverpool is the second-half injury to the dominant Mohamed Salah, although Klopp said afterwards the player said he was “fine”. The real key, though, was that Liverpool successfully set a pace that City couldn’t match even when Klopp’s team began to naturally subside.
However, after Will Ferrell’s appearance coincided with a 3-2 defeat to Swansea last month and the end of a 12-month unbeaten home streak, fans will be hoping Lewis’ visit proves rather more fruitful for Klopp’s men.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the red-haired Lewis holds an affinity for one of the most famous gingers in the Reds’ history, ‘Supersub’ himself, David Fairclough.