Graham Phillips has been acting since he was 8-years-old, beginning with a guest appearance on "The King of Queens" on CBS. His other television appearances include "Judging Amy," also on CBS, “Ben 10: Race Against Time," and "Crossing Jordan." His television movie credits include "Love's Long Journey."
On the stage, Phillips starred on Broadway in the title role of Evan Goldman in the musical "13." He also played the title role in "The Little Prince" with The New York City Opera at Lincoln Center. The "New York Times" called Graham's performance as The Little Prince "smashing." From there, Graham 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' feature film credits include "Evan Almighty," "The Boy in The Box," and "Noel."
He has been in a variety of other professional stage productions, including "The Ten Commandments: The Musical" with Val Kilmer and "A Christmas Carol: The Musical" at Madison Square Garden, where he sang the role of Tiny Tim to Jim Dale's Scrooge.
At 10-years-old, Phillips was the youngest person to sing the National Anthem to open a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game.
Phillips is an avid golfer, photographer, boogie boarder, and Xbox and Wii gamer. He also enjoys painting and spending time with his family's two dogs, two birds, and three horses. His favorite drink is Dr. Pepper.
Born in Laguna Beach, California, Phillips' birth date is April 14.