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Joey Phillips

JoeySmall

Photo: Phil Sharp

Agent:

Daniel Albert

Film

My Angel Dir: Steven Cookson
CK Films

Theatre

Who Cares? Dir: Mat Whitehead
Lowry Theatre Manchester
A View From The Bridge Dir: Joe Dowling
Gate Theatre Dublin
Of Gods & Monsters Dir: Russell Labey
Southwark Playhouse
Billy Elliott Dir: Steven Daldry
Working Title / Palace Theatre

TV

Doctors Dir: Dominic Keavey
BBC
Holby City Dir: Dermot Boyd
BBC
The Royal Dir: Ian Barber
Yorkshire Television
The Accused Dir: Richard Laxton
BBC
Doctors Dir: Bob Tomson
BBC
Half Moon Investigates Dir: Marcus White
BBC

Theatre whilst training

Hamlet Dir: Jo McInnes
Marathon'33 Dir: Rachel Grunwald
The Three Sisters Dir: Wyn Jones
A Winter's Tale Dir: Jonathan Humphreys
The Bacchai Dir: Patsy Rosenberg
Carousel Dir: Christian Burgess
The Insect Play Dir: Danny McGrath
The Rover Dir: David Grindley

Skills

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Cockney, Geordie, Heightened RP, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Lancashire*, Liverpool, London, Manchester, RP, Scottish-Standard, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballroom Dancing, Contemporary Dance, Modern Dance, Street Dance, Tap*, Tenor*
Performance: BADC-Level 1 Gold-Rapier, Dagger, Single Sword, Unarmed
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Swimming
Vehicle Licences: Car Driving Licence

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Reviews

OF GODS AND MONSTERS

“We first meet him(Whale)  in 1957 as he is importuned by an over-eager film student (a standout debut from Joey Phillips)” - Jenny Gilbert (Arts Desk)

“And finally, Joey Phillips and Will Rastall are both brilliant in their varied roles. Both in the present day and in the flashback sequences, these two are very convincing switching personas at the drop of a hat or an amazing change of accent.” - Terry Eastham (Londonist)

“Joey Phillips is suitably peppy as both fanboy Kay and the young Whale in his college-years flashbacks.” - Stewart Pringle (Timeout)

“There‚Äôs also terrific support from Will Rastall and Joey Phillips in a variety of other roles. ” - Mark Shenton (The Stage)

Stats

Trained at Guildhall Acting BA Hons, 3 years, 2011 - 2014

Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown
Height: 5'11"
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