Bobbie Phillips

Biography: Bobbie Phillips, a South Carolina native, has always craved adventure. As a teen, she thought nothing of catapulting from plane. She loved riding Harleys and the martial arts, but Ms. Phillips wasn't just audacious in her youth. . . .she was intelligent! With a 4.0 grade average while studying pre-law, Ms. Phillips signed up for an acting class to improve her courtroom appearance. Her life was never the same.
She credited casting director Dorie Zuckerman with helping her land her first role on the sitcom "They Came From Outer Space." She later graced the screen in shows such as: "Married With Children," "Blossom," and "Baywatch."
Bobbie also starred in the UPN series "The Watcher" and in films such as "Hail Caesar," "Back in Action," and "Lionstrike." In 1993, Bobbie starred with Billy Blanks (Tae Bo) in the film "TC2000." Then, Ms. Phillips made a daring and drastic move. Upon the advice of famed casting director Johanna Ray, she went from blonde to brunette. Ms. Phillips'
Bobbie Phillips, a South Carolina native, has always craved adventure. As a teen, she thought nothing of catapulting from plane. She loved riding Harleys and the martial arts, but Ms. Phillips wasn't just audacious in her youth. . . .she was intelligent! With a 4.0 grade average while studying pre-law, Ms. Phillips signed up for an acting class to improve her courtroom appearance. Her life was never the same.
She credited casting director Dorie Zuckerman with helping her land her first role on the sitcom "They Came From Outer Space." She later graced the screen in shows such as: "Married With Children," "Blossom," and "Baywatch."
Bobbie also starred in the UPN series "The Watcher" and in films such as "Hail Caesar," "Back in Action," and "Lionstrike." In 1993, Bobbie starred with Billy Blanks (Tae Bo) in the film "TC2000."
Then, Ms. Phillips made a daring and drastic move. Upon the advice of famed casting director Johanna Ray, she went from blonde to brunette. Ms. Phillips' career literally changed within weeks. As if by magic, Hollywood took notice and she started winning the roles she craved. As 'Julie Costello,' the murder victim's sister in Steven Bochos's critically acclaimed "Murder One," she finally achieved that big break.
Between 2002 and 2004, Ms Phillips completed a horror film with Richard Greico titled "Samhain" as well as the story of a missionary doctor in "The Last Flight Out" with Jerry Jameson and Richard Tyson. She is also participated in the production of the film "Road." In that time, she has wrote a feature film in which she planned to appear. In addition, Ms. Phillips contined to pursue a singing career while still captivating audiences with her diverse acting roles on television and in film. No one will ever forget Bobbie Phillips as 'Bambi,' the woman we all loved to hate in "The X-Files" and as 'Lt. Barbara DeSantos,' a Navy fighter pilot, in the syndicated drama "The Cape;" but it was as 'Kam' in "Chameleon," the highly rated, unforgettable Paramount/UPN franchise, where Ms. Phillips was able to combine her martial arts background with her award winning and highly praised acting skills. Bobbie Phillips truly is a 'Chameleon' as every actor should be. She has always been able to believably re-make herself in every role she played.
After filming "Last Flight Out" for World Wide Pictures in 2003, Ms. Phillips moved to Costa Rica with her second husband, Anthony. (Anthony was Bobbie's hairstylist on several projects. The couple met while Bobbie filmed "Abzocker" with Robert Wagner in the year 2000.) In the jungles of South America, they bought a secluded property on an island and, in less than one year, Bobbie and Anthony had designed and built a small boutique hotel that was named ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS IN THE WORLD by Condé Nast Publications for their 2006 Tatler Travel Guide.
On April 17, 2010, Bobbie appeared on an episode of the HGTV home design show "Divine Design" (seaspn 16, episode 11). In the show, in which it was noted that she and Anthony had moved to his home country of Canada to be closer to his family. In the episode, titled "Bobbie and Anthony's Family Room," the crew converted the couple's cold, northern house into a warm, friendly home.
Bobbie has one son (Mark) from a former marriage and has been involved in animal rescue work around the world.
She remains available for the right roles.
2/25/04 (revised 2006 and 6/28/2010)
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Bobbie Phillips' Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 99
Highest Metascore: 99 Murder One: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 99 Murder One: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 tv review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
99 Murder One: Season 1 Sep 19, 1995 Julie Costello 6.4