Daniel Day-Lewis | Shoe Cobbler

Daniel Day-Lewis has become a legend in the industry thanks to his outlandish acting style. He confirmed his degree as a rising star after his West End debut in 1982 when he landed the film A Room With A View. The solid double whammy of The Unbearable Lightness Of Being and My Left Foot accompanied this screen breakthrough. He is the first performer to win three Oscars in the role of Lead Actor and one of only three male actors to do so.

It has been widely reported for several years that his latest film, Phantom Thread, will be his last. He has confirmed that he will retire from acting, but Daniel has not stated what artistic interests he will follow in the future. If his experience has taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected, particularly given that the actor has previously abandoned his career to pursue a passion project: learning to cobble shoes.