Meet Mimi. She is a wonderful fan who loves to sing and dance. So it is no wonder that Damian’s musical side – from Damian playing the guitar to Damian doing Karaoke to Damian loving to sing and dance – has inspired her as she thought about the dream role she would like to cast him in. Huge thanks go to Mimi for taking the time to write her deeply personal “dream role” story. ENJOY! Continue reading “Perfect Musical Partner: Mimi’s Dream Role for Damian Lewis”
Damian Lewis, at Times Talks London in May 2014, laughs and says:
What you don’t know, Damian, is, one of those dark horses is writing on your fan blog!
I LOVED YOU AS SOAMES FORSYTE!!!!!
Damian Lewis is a fantastic actor. A generous philanthropist. He is a skilled player on the football field. And we have seen again in the recent Soccer Aid video that he can definitely sing. But, among all different hats he wears, that of fatherhood stands out as the most precious one. And how beautiful the stories we hear and the images we get of Damian as a father. So we’d love to share some of our recollections of him being a dad on this Father’s Day.
Damian took a long break from stage – 6 years – after he did The Misanthrope with Keira Knightley and Tara Fitzgerald at Comedy Theatre in 2009. And three seasons of Homeland, a season of Wolf Hall, three movies, an Emmy and a Golden Globe later, in 2015, he made a wonderful comeback to West End as Walter “Teach Cole” in David Mamet’s American Buffalo which went into history as the first (and second) time I saw my favorite actor on stage. Continue reading “Throwback Thursday to Damian Lewis in American Buffalo”
“I Add My Own Love To The History Of People Who Have Loved”
So Donna Tartt sums up her beloved and layered novel “The Goldfinch”. The actor to whom this website is devoted could be described by these very words. Beloved and layered. I’m well aware that an effort was made to transfer the novel to the big screen. The result was beautiful but shallow. When in the future it is made into a limited run series Damian must be cast as Hobie, James Hobart, the restorer of antique furniture and of broken children. Continue reading “An Antiques Restorer: NotLinda’s Dream Role for Damian Lewis”