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Daniel Day Lewis

Daniel Day Lewis
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Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis
Birth Date: 
April 29, 1957
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London, England
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Married to Rebecca Miller

It’s going to be a star-studded evening as the 86th Academy Awards get underway on March 2nd, and there are now two additional famous faces slated to take the stage.

“The Dark Knight Rises” babe Anne Hathaway has been announced as a presenter for the Oscars along with “Gangs of New York” hunk Daniel Day-Lewis.

10:33 am

Given that it’s the biggest James Bond 007 film of all time, it’s only fitting that “Skyfall” has been nominated for six trophies at the upcoming Empire Awards.

The British spy flick will compete for Best Film, while stars Daniel Craig and Judi Dench are up for Best Actor and Best Actress, respectively. Additionally, Sam Mendes snagged a nod for Best Director.

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His hard work paid off and Daniel Day Lewis took home the award for Best Actor at tonight's (February 24) 2013 Academy Awards.

Daniel scored a win for his astounding work in "Lincoln," and made history by taking home his third trophy in the leading male category.

9:38 am

Stepping out for an evening of pomp and circumstance, Daniel Day-Lewis headed over to the Dolby Theatre for the 2013 Academy Awards tonight (February 24).

Surrounded by his A-list peers, the “Lincoln” star did a little hobnobbing as he posed with his wife Rebecca Miller before heading inside to catch all the action.

9:22 pm

The Beverly Hilton was the place to be this afternoon (February 4) as Hollywood’s biggest and brightest stars came out for the 85th Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon.

Gearing up for the Oscars on February 24th, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences held the invite-only shindig to show some love to this year’s trophy hopefuls.

5:58 pm

Looking over the last year of theatrical releases, W magazine has selected the hottest actors in the game. And there are plenty of deserving gentlemen that made the cut.

Obviously no list would be complete without Matthew McConaughey, whose films “Killer Joe” and “Magic Mike” were both impressive.

3:00 pm

Showing some love to their Spanish fans, Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, and Steven Spielberg all showed up at the “Lincoln” photocall in Madrid this afternoon (January 16).

The Casa de America was chock full of fans and shutterbugs ahead of the critically-acclaimed premiere event.

5:50 pm

“And the Oscar goes to…” is one of the most exciting phrases in the film industry, and this year there’s some serious competition among the Academy Awards nominees.

Seth MacFarlane and Emma Stone announced the Oscar hopefuls live from the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills this morning (January 10), during which both the oldest nominee (Emmanuelle Riva- Best Actress “Amour”) and youngest nominee (Quvenzhané Wallis- Best Actress “Beasts of the Southern Wild”) in Academy Awards history were named.

10:43 am

Awards show season is already upon us, and Steven Spielberg’s biopic “Lincoln” is the clear favorite of the BAFTA panel.

The Daniel Day-Lewis-starring flick has garnered a total of 10 nominations including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress.

10:18 am

It’s no secret that everyone loves the new Steven Spielberg flick “Lincoln,” and now it seems the Critics’ Choice Awards has lauded the film with a plethora of nominations.

According to a report, the Abraham Lincoln biopic has set a new record thanks to a total of 13 nods for the upcoming event, slated for January 10th.

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