Right chaps. For me, not only is it a poor Bond movie, it's made even worse by that fact that he's a Ginger Bond. On pointing this out to the good lady, she was at pains to claim that he is "dark blond". At least it wasn't that most infuriating of descriptions "strawberry blond". Strawberrys are red.
Damian Lewis: “Don’t you think it’s time we had a ginger Bond?”
Damian Lewis thinks the world is ready for a ginger James Bond - Cambridgeshire Live
How do you like your ? Suave and Scottish like Sean Connery? Lighter-haired and light-hearted like Roger Moore? Welsh and serious like Timothy Dalton? How about ginger?
Damian Lewis thinks the world is ready for a ginger James Bond
Damian Lewis believes that James Bond should be ginger in the interests of "diversity". The 'Homeland' star - who has previously been tipped to replace Daniel Craig as - fears his hair colour may prevent him taking on the role of the suave spy but he thinks it would be good for "diversity" to have a redhead in the role. The year-old actor also feels that he will be too old for the job when Daniel, 51, departs the iconic franchise after 'No Time To Die'.
In a five-star hotel suite high above the City of London, Damian Lewis and I have a ginger bonding moment. Not many gingers get leading-man status, but after starring in series such as Band of Brothers , Homeland and Billions , Lewis is big in American. Lewis, now 48, was born in London but was sent to boarding school at a young age, which, he thinks, would make him a very good spy. Guy Burgess is the most extreme example of that. So no one need worry any more.