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(ˈdeɪˈluːɪs) or

Day Lewis

1. (Biography) C(ecil). 1904–72, British poet, critic, and (under the pen name Nicholas Blake) author of detective stories; poet laureate (1968–72)
2. (Biography) his son, Sir Daniel, born 1957, English actor; winner of three Academy Awards for best actor: My Left Foot (1989), There Will Be Blood (2007), and Lincoln (2012)


(ˈdeɪˈlu ɪs)

C(ecil), 1904–72, British poet and novelist, born in Ireland: poet laureate 1968–72.
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Staff from the Station Road hotel appear as extras, while Day-Lewis - one of the world's biggest stars - filmed at the hotel over a few days.
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Acting buffs all over the globe were stunned late last month when Daniel Day-Lewis, hailed by Time Magazine as the greatest actor of his generation, announced that he was quitting acting-for good.
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