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Lewis McGibbon is a Actor British born on 14 july 1991 at Warrington (United-kingdom)

Lewis McGibbon

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Birth name Lewis Owen McGibbon
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 14 july 1991 (32 years) at Warrington (United-kingdom)

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Lewis Owen McGibbon (born in Warrington, 14 July 1991) is an English actor, whose first film performance was the critically praised role of Anthony, the elder and more materialistic son in Danny Boyle's 2004 family comedy, Millions. His first television performance was a minor part in the BBC police drama Mersey Beat shown a few days before his tenth birthday.

He is currently studying in his first year of a Joint Honours Dance and Drama degree at the University of Cumbria

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Millions (2004)
, 1h38
Directed by Danny Boyle
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Action, Crime
Themes Films set in Africa, Christmas films, Children's films
Actors Alex Etel, Lewis McGibbon, James Nesbitt, Daisy Donovan, Christopher Fulford, Leslie Phillips
Roles Anthony
Rating67% 3.3970953.3970953.3970953.3970953.397095
Millions tells the story of 8-year-old Damian, a Catholic school boy, whose family moves to the suburbs of Widnes after the death of his mother. Soon after the move, Damian's "hermitage" in a cardboard box by the train tracks is disturbed by a bag of money flung from a passing train. Damian immediately shows the money to his brother, Anthony, and the two begin thinking of what to do with it. Anthony wants the money all to himself. Damian, kind-hearted and religious, had recently overheard three Latter-day Saint missionaries lecture other members of the community on building foundations of rock rather than foundations of sand, an old Christian principle which dictates that self-worth should be based on the teachings of Christ rather than any other object of worship such as Money/Mammon or Power. The lecture inspires Damian, who looks for ways to give his share of the money to the poor; at one point he even stuffs a bundle of cash through the missionaries' letter box, having heard about their modest lifestyle and deciding that they too must be poor.