BirthdayFebruary 9, 1985
BirthplaceConcord, USA

Celebrity biographies

  1. About Robin Phillips

    Full name: Robin Phillips
    Also known as: Robin Phillips, Phillips, Robin
    Professions: English-Canadian film and stage director
    Residence: Stratford, Ontario, Canada
    Work: Radio interview with Phillips in 2007 following the death of William Hutt
    Occupation: Stage actor; film and stage director

  2. Robin Phillips Known for

    Valiant (2014), Black Ops (2009), GoldenBox (2011), Shoot the Saxophone Player (2015)

  3. Robin Phillips Death information

    Died: Saturday, 25th of July, 2015 (Age: 30)

  4. Robin Phillips Biography

    Robin Phillips (28 February 1942) is an English actor and director.He was born in Haslemere, Surrey to Ellen Anne (née Barfoot) and James William Phillips. He trained at the Bristol Old Vic and worked as an actor and director for many years in the United Kingdom, finishing as Artistic Director at the Greenwich Theatre from 1973–75.He was hired as Artistic Director at the Stratford Festival in Canada in 1975, where he spent six seasons directing many landmark productions and cultivating new talent. Such actors as Maggie Smith, Richard Monette, Martha Henry, and Brian Bedford, among others, were prominently featured during his tenure, and many of his Shakespearean, classical, and contemporary productions won widespread acclaim. When he resigned from Stratford during the 1980 season, exhaustion was cited as the primary reason for his departure. He would later become Artistic Director at the Grand Theatre in London, Ontario and return to Stratford to direct the Young Company in 1987–88. He was also Director General at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton from 1990–95.More recently, he directed a musical version of Jekyll & Hyde (1997) on Broadway (winning the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Set Design for his contribution to the scenic design); Long Day's Journey into Night in London's West End in 2000; and a stage version of Larry's Party at Canadian Stage and the National Arts Centre in 2001.

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