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Damian Lewis Net Worth

Damian Lewis Net Worth

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Damian Lewis Net Worth:
$14 Million

Birth date: February 11, 1971
Birth place: St John's Wood, London, United Kingdom
Height:6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession: Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: United Kingdom
Spouse: Helen McCrory (m. 2007)
Children: Gulliver Lewis, Manon McCrory-Lewis
Parents: J. Watcyn Lewis, Charlotte Mary Lewis

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Damian Lewis Net Worth $14 Million

Damian Lewis born on February 11th 1971 is a British celebrity who has a net worth of $14 Million. This wealth was accumulated from several popular television shows including the “Band of Brothers” and “Homeland”. Damian was born near St John’s Wood in London to J. Watcyn Lewis and Charlotte Mary. He studied in the Ashdown House School in east Sussex. He dreamt of becoming an actor in the age of sixteen and graduated in 1993 from the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Damian initially began as a stage actor and is famed for several plays such as “Little Eyolf” where he played the character of Borgheim and also the part of Posthumous in the Shakespearean play “Cymbeline”.

Before joining pictures, Damian was employed as a telemarketer in a company which specialized in selling car alarms. He got his first break was while playing Laertes with Ralph Fiennes. His characterization was discovered by Steven Spielbergwho immediately cast him in the “Band of Brothers”, a TV miniseries. After this, Damian appeared in several TV shows for example the Life, The Forstye Saga and Jeffery Archer the Truth.

He is currently playing Sergeant Nicholas Brody in the TV series “Homeland” for which he’s won an Emmy and the Golden Globe Award. Damian Lewis wed celebrity Helen McCrory on 4th July 2007. They will have two kids — a girl, Manon, along with a boy, Gulliver. Lewis is connected with many charitable organizations.

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