Maggie Phillips has been a working union actor and teacher for over two decades. Just finished performing Donna in Sadie Sadie at the Gene Frankel Theatre. A 15-year stage career at some of the top LORT regional houses, she has had the opportunity to perform many of Shakespeare’s ladies, Tennessee Williams’ heroines, and a Eugene O’Neill victim. On the other end of the spectrum, her experience in contemporary theatre is vast, both comedy and drama, and she has had the great good fortune to originate several roles in new plays. In front of a camera, Maggie created the role of Marianne on “The Guiding Light”, and has an indie film “Aquarium” which won an Honorable Mention at 2008’s Sundance Film Festival and played at Brooklyn Academy of Music in June. As a voice-over, she has been heard on scores of commercials for everything from retail to pharmaceuticals to automobiles to cosmetics. As a narrator, Maggie has worked for many clients, including The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, The Learning Channel, and Court TV. Promo clients include Lifetime, A&E, and Buena Vista’s A.M. network lineup--Live with Regis and Kelly, The View, and General Hospital.
Maggie, who graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Theatre-Communications Education from Villanova University, currently runs classes in voice-overs (www.TheVOGym.com) at The Actors’ Connection (NYC), coaches actors privately, and has taught on the faculty of Baruch College (CUNY), The Professional Performing Arts High School (NYC) and at the training facilities Actors’ Connection and Shut Up And Talk. Maggie has been interviewed in several issues of Backstage magazine as a voice and speech teacher.
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DIALECTS, Character voices and vocal impressions
All English Language dialects, including all British Isles'
VOICES I AM ABLE TO PERFORM
Senior Female, Middle Age Female, Young Adult Female