Conrad Phillips

Conrad Phillips

actor, writer

Conrad Phillips was born on Apr 13, 1925 in UK. Conrad Phillips's big-screen debut came with A Song for Tomorrow directed by Terence Fisher in 1948, strarring Lieutenant Fenton. Conrad Phillips is known for Uncle Silas directed by Peter Hammond, Beatie Edney stars as Maud Ruthyn and Jane Lapotaire as Madame de la Rougierre. The upcoming new tvshow Conrad Phillips plays is Uncle Silas - Season 1 which will be released on Mar 21, 1991.

Conrad Phillips was born on 13th April 1925 and, after serving in the Royal Navy (having forged the birth date on his ration book to make himself appear older and thus eligible to enlist) during the Second World War, turned to acting as a career. He 'trod the boards', appearing in films (TV and cinema) and the stage between 1948 and 1991 when pain in his back, hip and both knee joints (arising as a result of accidents during his acting), brought about a premature end to his acting career. He is best known for his lead role in the long-running TV series, William Tell, which had 39 episodes between 1958 and 1959.Conrad married his second wife, Jennie, in July 1968 and at the time of his death they were living in Chippenham, Wiltshire. Before that they bought and ran a dilapidated Scottish hill farm called Skeoch. Jennie wrote a book about the time there and this was on sale in both paperback and ebook formats. After Skeoch, they moved to France and spent 20 years restoring an old French barn. Conrad was also an author.To aid his musings, Conrad loved the occasional whisky or, better still, a cold pint of the local brew, Wadworths 6X.

  • Birthday

    Apr 13, 1925
  • Place of Birth

    London, England, UK

Known For

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