Phil Mann is an actor, comedian, writer, theatre-maker, and director.
His work has been featured on BBC Radio and written about in The Guardian, The New York Times andWhatsOnStage.
Phil is honoured to have previously worked with the following companies: The Royal Society, the British Library, McFly, Menagerie, Stonecrabs, the Nuffield Theatre in Lancaster, the Firestation Arts Centre in Windsor and theBAC; and Phil’s work has brought him to perform with Ken Campbell, Lee Mack, Jarred Christmas, David Baddiel, Johnathan Ross and Felicity Montague .
Phil is proud to have won the following awards for his previous work: Harold Hobson Award for Theatre Criticism, Sunday Times Judges’ Commendation for Theatrical Innovation for As If A Rag, ThreeWeeks award for Best at Edinburgh Fringe; and, Two StageWon Awards for Best at Edinburgh Fringe.
As an actor and comedian, Phil has worked on a great deal of all types of productions. Phil has created both comedy and drama as a writer and theatre maker and has performed in a wide-ranging portfolio of work.
For more information about the different types of work that Phil has performed and created can be seen on the actor , comedian , and writer pages, or by seeing an overview of Phil’s work.
For casting and/or booking purposes, you can find Phil’s photographs in the gallery , and show reels and voicereels in the showreel section , details of the press reception to Phil’s work in the dedicated press section or in Phil’s CV you can find extra information on Phil’s projects by hovering your mouse over the [info] box next to each credit.
A founding member of comedy collective BattleActs! , with whom he has played Edinburgh and London’s Earls Court and Bloomsbury theatres, the world-famous Camden Roundhouse, the acclaimed Miller in London Bridge and the Canal Cafe Theatre in Paddington alongside their residency at the renowned Dogstar in Brixton.
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