Damian Lewis interview

By Fiona Rae In Television

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11th February, 2012
In Britain, Damian Lewis is known as a stage actor and star of low-key television treasures such as The Forsyte Saga and Friends and Crocodiles. But over in the US, he shot to fame in the Steven Spielberg-produced Band of Brothers. After starring in cop show Life, he was nominated for a Golden Globe this year for his role in Homeland, a psychological thriller in which he plays Marine Sergeant Nicholas Brody who, after eight years in captivity, may be a sleeper agent for al Qaeda. This is a tough role: Brody is tortured during captivity ...

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