Daniel Day-Lewis:
Lends a Hand

Daniel Day-Lewis helps to disturbute ice to assist with the efforts of Ground Zero.

By Irish America Staff
April / May 2002

Daniel Day-Lewis was among the first wave of volunteers to hit the streets of New York, helping to distribute food and supplies and bolster the spirits of the workers at Ground Zero. Day-Lewis who won an Oscar for My Left Foot in 1989, is the son of the late British Poet Laureate Cecil Day-Lewis and is married to Rebecca Miller, daughter of playwright Arthur Miller. A private person, renowned for his method acting and the dedication he brings to a role, he spurns the trappings of celebrity and resides for most of the year in County Wicklow. ♦

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