Theatre includes: The Merry Wives of Windsor, As You Like It, A New World, The Merchant of Venice, Holding Fire!, The Winter’s Tale and Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare’s Globe); Sweet Panic (Hampstead/Duke of York’s); Abigail’s Party (Whitehall); Curtains (Hampstead/ Whitehall); The Hard Shoulder (Hampstead/Aldwych); The Potsdam Quartet (Jermyn Street); Wild Oats (Bristol Old Vic); The Cherry Orchard (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh); The Marriage of Figaro (Watermill); Two Weeks With the Queen (Scarborough/ National Theatre); Noises Off (Savoy); The Comedy of Errors (Manchester Royal Exchange) and Good Rockin’ Tonight (Strand/ Prince of Wales - Olivier Award nomination).
Film includes: Blessed, Imagine Me & You, Virtual Sexuality, Killing Joe and Caught in the Act.
Television includes: EastEnders, The Fades, Casualty, My Family, Diamond Geezer, Doctors, The Worst Christmas of My Life, Into the Void, Silent Witness, Feather Boy, The Glass and Northanger Abbey.
Radio includes: When the Dog Dies and Something Understood.
Before becoming an actor, Philip was singer and guitarist with new wave band Rumble Strips.