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Damian Puts on an Animated Display as He Joins London Mayor Sadiq Khan to Cheer GB on to Glory at World Athletics Championship
by Rod Ardehali For Mailonline | Daily Mail | August 13, 2017
Damian was spotted getting very animated alongside Sadiq Khan as they cheered Team GB on to glory at the World Athletics Championship in London on Saturday. The Billions star, 46, joined the London mayor for a family trip to the Olympic stadium to watch Great Britain claim a gold and two silver medals in a dramatic night of athletics.
Alongside his two children, Manon, 10, and Gulliver, nine, renowned actor Damian threw himself into the evening’s events desperately urging Mo Farah on to victory.
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Damian Lewis interview
02 FEB 2012
You WILL answer our questions, Lewis…
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Damian Lewis is sitting opposite me, drinking tea in a wood-panelled library in a discreetly opulent Central London hotel. With his clipped Old Etonian accent and understated self-confidence, he seems the epitome of Englishness. Which is why it’s surprising that so many of his highest profile roles have been Americans.
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Damian Lewis: The Chameleon Performer
by Liz Hoggard | The Independent | September 8, 2006
Damian Lewis is an intense chap, capable of conveying a huge range of emotions with the smallest gesture. He’s hotly tipped for an Oscar for his new film. And he’s a real gent. Just don’t call him posh, whatever you do.
“Ask him about that intense thing he does with his eyes,” a female journalist suggested when she heard I was interviewing the actor Damian Lewis. What’s striking about Lewis is how much he manages to convey by doing so very little. There is stillness about him on screen, a faraway look that can evoke anger or desire or – if you saw his rollicking performance as Benedict in BBC1’s modern-day version of Much Ado about Nothing – sheer hilarity.
The press love to brand Lewis as an arrogant posh boy. Like David Cameron, he went to Eton. But, among his generation of actors, no one does grief and repressed emotion so well. In Spielberg’s Second World War epic, Band of Brothers, he played an American soldier facing up to fear with a quiet certainty (it won him a Golden Globe nomination). He was the bewildered newlywed who doesn’t understand why his marriage is falling apart in Hearts and Bones. And in the remake of The Forsyte Saga, he did the unthinkable – making the brutal Soames sympathetic.
For several years now, 35-year-old Lewis has been a successful actor on the verge of becoming a major star. Unlike Ewan McGregor or Joseph Fiennes, his contemporaries at London’s Guildhall drama school, you might still walk past him in the street. But all that should change with the release of his new film Keane: his performance is already sparking Oscar rumours in the States.
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Damian Lewis: Q&A
by Rosanna Greenstreet | The Guardian | October 28, 2005
Damian Lewis was born in London in 1971. He was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in the second world war drama Band Of Brothers. He plays Benedict in Much Ado About Nothing, part of the BBC’s Shakespeare season, and next month stars in Ibsen’s Pillars Of The Community at the National Theatre. He lives in London and Wales.
Here is his Q&A:
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Autumn, long walk, fire, bottle of red.
What is your greatest fear?
Which living person do you most admire?
Roger Federer – unearthly talent combined with killer instinct.
What has been your most embarrassing moment?
Not appropriate to mention here. I was 15 and had only one thing on my mind …