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Team Axe Wins
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | July 4, 2021
Upfront left: William Russell. Upfront right: Damian Lewis. Back row behind Damian: Gareth Lewis
Today, Sunday, 4 July 2021, Lord Mayor’s Appeal held the charitable Twenty20 cricket match on the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company venue, with Damian’s brother William Russell serving as captain for his team, The Lord Mayor XI versus Damian serving as Captain for his team, The Bobby Axelrod XI. And it looks like Damian’s other brother Gareth Lewis played on the Bobby Axelrod XI team as well!
The winning team was The Bobby Axelrod XI, but really both teams win because the match was for charity! The Lord Mayor’s Appeal organization aims to find solutions to the most pressing societal issues in London and beyond with the strategy of working on four key pillars to create a City that is inclusive, healthy, skilled and fair.
For more information about the Lord Mayor’s Appeal, please visit their website here.
View more photos of the event in our Gallery here.
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by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | November 8, 2019
All Siblings! L to R: Amanda (Russell) Yaxley, William Russell, Gareth Lewis, Damian Lewis Source: Instagram @feltmakers
Is there anything this family can’t do? Acting, producing, city Mayor! Damian and Gareth’s half brother William Russell became Lord Mayor of London today, November 8, 2019. The silent ceremony was held at Guildhall London followed by the Lord Mayor’s Show (parade) the following day. William is the 692nd Lord Mayor of the City of London and Ambassador for the City and UK’s financial and professional services sector. You can follow the Lord Mayor on Twitter here.
To view more images of both the Lord Mayor’s Silent Ceremony held November 8 and the Lord Mayor’s Show (parade) on November 9, click here. To catch a glimpse of Damian and Helen at the parade, view video below, about 20 seconds in:
AND HE DOES THE SCHOOL RUN…
From brooding Marine in Homeland to North London family man – Damian Lewis tells Robert Crampton about his double life
Good news for Homeland fans. The second season starts soon. Even better, Damian Lewis, when I ask him about the likelihood of a third season, says, “I think this show will run five or six years unless they screw it up. As long as we can keep it credible… I don’t see why we can’t just keep going on and on and on.” For those of us – 2.7 million of us, to be precise, very good for Sunday night Channel 4, and including every critic in the country, all of them in rapture – who spent Monday mornings this spring debating the twists and turns of the previous night’s episode, the promise, from the show’s co-star, no less, of lots more to come is thrilling indeed.