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Chris Phillips

Chris Phillips

Chris Phillips was raised in Manhattan and graduated from high school in Stowe, Vermont. His father, who worked in television, introduced son and a younger daughter to the wide worlds of film and television. His grandfather's gift of a tape recorder inspired Phillips to create character voices for his own mini-radio plays. After attending Emerson College in Boston, he returned to New York and began acting. Phillips also has performed in pop bands as a singer, songwriter and guitarist and produced, wrote and performed on both critically acclaimed CDs by comic actor Denis Leary.

Among Phillips' numerous voice-overs are the roles of Face, the free-floating commentator for Nick Jr., on Nickelodeon; a signature promo voice for MTV, Comedy Central and The Cartoon Network; various parts for Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?, Felix the Cat; The Disney Channel's PB&J; and the new voice of the Honey Nut Cheerio Bee. Phillips' acting credits include The Ref and Beach House.

Phillips has a home studio to write music. He has a passion for old television shows and commercials and is an avid record collector.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.

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Selected Filmography

How High
Rat Race
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
American Pie
Bridesmaids Unrated
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
Fried Green Tomatoes
Wag The Dog
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
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