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Graham Phillips

Graham Phillips

Graham Phillips recently returned to his home in Laguna Beach, California, from months on location working on several projects. He was in New York City, where he played the title role in The Little Prince with the New York City Opera at Lincoln Center. The New York Times called Phillips' performance as the Little Prince smashing. From there, Phillips went directly into the world premiere of An American Tragedy at the Metropolitan Opera, where he played the part of Young Clyde, both opening and closing the opera with a solo.

Phillips' other professional stage productions include A Christmas Carol-The Musical on Broadway, performed at Madison Square Garden, where he sang the role of Tiny Tim to Jim Dale's Scrooge; and The Ten Commandments-The Musical, with Val Kilmer at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles. Phillips, at 10 years old, was the youngest person to sing the national anthem to open a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game. He has also debuted original songs composed by Martin Charnin and John Kander in New York.

Phillips' television credits include Crossing Jordan, Judging Amy, King of Queens and a Hallmark Movie titled Love's Long Journey, as well as appearing twice on the Today show as a soloist.

Phillips has recorded a solo composed by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz for the film Noel, starring Robin Williams and Susan Sarandon. He also was a soloist on Meat Loaf's Bat out of Hell 3 album.

Currently, Phillips is set to start production on Ben 10. This television film is based on the popular kids animated show and will mark the first time that Cartoon Network has presented a live-action movie. Phillips is set to play the lead role, Ben.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.

Graham Phillips Facts

BirthdayApril 14, 1993 (29)

Selected Filmography

Brokeback Mountain
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
American Pie
Apocalypse Now
Out of Africa
Evan Almighty
Major Crimes: Season 4
High Noon
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