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A graduate of E17 Acting School, the launching pad for many East End actors (including Alison Steadman, who has appeared in numerous Mike Leigh films)
He fell into comedy via a fast-paced sketch troupe, the Lounge Lizzards, a formula that allowed him to apply his acting skills to sketch comedy on the Open Mic circuit, Phil co-wrote all of the sketches with fellow troupe-member Mike Lord.
Finding a new direction as a standup when the Lizards parted company, Phil’s performance style is relaxed but edgy, a combination which keeps the audience on his side while on the edge of their seats. The “Sarf” London geezer alter-ego which he switches effortlessly into on stage is the kind of character you wouldn’t want to mess with, like an edgier Al Murray, he uses his stage persona as a front to put across biting observations about everyday life, walking the tightrope of political correctness, sometimes surreal and always heartfelt.
Phil is now a seasoned stand-up having performed well over 200 gigs across London and beyond. In 2008 he took his act to the Edinburgh Festival for the first time to play a run of shows and was warmly received by an enthusiastic Fringe audience.
“ I like your dead pan style” - John Lane
“ Very Enjoyable” Martin Bresserman