Philip Battley

 

Philip Battley is an actor and voice artist in TV, film, theatre and radio. Born and raised in London, he works in both his home city and in Los Angeles.

His latest movie in the USA, Layover, with Lauren Holly was for Lifetime Movies Network (LMN). It is now available on Netflix and on DVD under the title 'Abducted'.

Audible.com has just released the audiobook of Jess Faraday's Victorian-era novel, The Affair of the Porcelain Dog and Emily Winslow's Cambridge University-based thriller The Whole World, both voiced by Philip.

Coming up: Philip has recently completed narration for audible.com on Monica Dickens' 1949 novel, Flowers on the Grass and V.S. Pritchett's short story The Skeleton.

In 2012 he wrapped on the feature The Trace in Los Angeles, as well as commercials for Toyota cars and Boku Smartphone Apps.

Recently in the theatre, Philip played both Angelo and Duke Solinus in the Shakepeare's Globe production of The Comedy of Errors (dir. Rebecca Gatward) both at The Globe and on tour around the UK and Europe.

He can also be seen in the comedy feature Wild Target (Bill Nighy, Emily Blunt, Rupert Grint, dir. Jonathan Lynn) and the role of Milo Falconer in Doctors (BBC1).