Matthew Lewis opens up about feeling frustrated at still being compared to his role in “Harry Potter” after a decade of pursuing other projects.
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Matthew Lewis supports the Bambisanani Partnership promoting education, health, and cooperation through sports in the UK and South Africa.
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Matthew Lewis Talks “Baby Done,” Growing Up, and Acting in the 20 Years Since His Debut as Neville Longbottom
20 years since he first starred in “Harry Potter” as a child, Matthew Lewis means to make the most of his youth before growing up, much like his fictional “Baby Done” girlfriend.
In a recent interview, Matthew Lewis talks about his new role as a wealthy suitor in the reboot of “All Creatures Great and Small.” This romantic role was out of his comfort zone, but he’s thankful that he did it.