is a Toronto-based actor/writer/visual artist. His work has been published in Excalibur Monthly, Xtra! and The Body Politic. Philip has performed at “Plasticine Poetry” at The Central, “Oral Stage” at Paddy’s Playhouse, A Space, the Gladstone Hotel & the Theatre Centre. He was MC for “Sexy Words” at Lula Lounge and “Bent Expressions” at Press Club. He recently performed in “Hard and Able #2” and “The Judy Monologues” at Buddies in Bad Times.
Philip began going to auditions at age 11. He started acting classes in Toronto with Jack Medhurst at age 13 then began acting in children’s theatre. After studying Theatre Arts in high school and doing school shows, Philip became a professional actor at age 21. He’s been doing small theatre (in Toronto, Peterborough and Hamilton), independent films, TV commercials and TV shows, ever since.
THEATRE: Toronto Fringe, Hamilton Fringe, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Nightwood Theatre, DNA Theatre, Paddy’s Playhouse, Tempest Theatre, TAGLARC, Upstart Crow Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Solar Stage, Theatre Offstage, Bushwack Theatre, The Theatre Centre, SubCulture 1975 and Magic Circus Theatre.
FILM & TV: Fluff, Abortion is Fun (which played at the Cannes Film Festival), Cell Phones, Most Guys Today, Transparent, Game Attics, Of Urban Myths and Other Stories & Metal Messiah.