Joshua is a professional, Bristol-based actor with a wide breadth of experience within film, television, theatre, improvisation and voice-over work.

Acting and performing have been strong passions for Joshua from a very young age. During his youth, he was a member of the Italia Conti Associate school in Wokingham, where he undertook classes in Acting, Jazz, Singing and Musical Theatre.

Through the integrated agency at Italia Conti, he was involved in a number of projects for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, and during his school / university years he performed a variety of improvised and scripted pieces with student societies and local drama groups.

Joshua has just returned from a highly succesful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, touring with Tobacco Tea Theatre's 'The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' and 'Parish FĂȘte-ality: A Game of Scones.''

More recently, he has worked with Fake Escape Theatre in 'Can You, Err..?' for the Bath Drama Festival, and completed a 5* run of Tawdry Lace Theatre's 'Travels with My Aunt' by Graham Greene. He has also toured with The Fringe Files, bringing 'Samantha' to the Woking Drama Festival, where he was nominated for the Handley-Jones cup for best supporting actor by the UK Guild of Drama Adjudicators.

Joshua is always looking to expand his range of experiences and work on new projects with professionals in the industry. If you would like to speak with him regarding upcoming projects then please don't hesitate to get in touch.

"...and Joshua Phillips in particular stood out for their individual versatility...shone as both the villainous vicar and his nervous minion postman."

Inter:Mission on 'Parish FĂȘte-ality: A Game of Scones'

"...the Napoleon of crime, clearly enjoying chilling the audience with his controlled gestures and deliberate delivery."

Bristol 24/7 on 'The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'

"Joshua Phillips charms audience sympathy when playing Henry and is a splendid Visconti, raising the humour over the villainy..."

RemoteGoat on 'Travels with My Aunt'

"...and Joshua Phillips are all supreme in their transformative abilities and comic timing"

Bristol Theatre Review on 'Travels with My Aunt'

"...Phillips and Elinor Lower stood out for their spectacular comic timing and quick thinking..."

Ed Fringe Review on 'Bristol Improv Steals the Show'