Bradford’s Hollywood: January 26 2013

By Trisha Hound In Bradford's Hollywood

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17th January, 2013
Homeland star Damian Lewis is thinking of returning home to London to do the Lambeth Walk in the West End. The 41-year-old award-winner is in talks to play cockney barrow boy Bill Snibson, who discovers he’s heir to a fortune, in a revival of beloved 1930s musical Me and My Girl. It may surprise his many American fans, but Lewis can certainly dance and hold a tune, having studied at Guildhall School of Music and Drama from 1990 to 1993, alongside Daniel Craig and Joseph Fiennes. In 1998, he shone in a London production ...

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