Phil Lloyd

Vitals

Gender
Male
Age Range
36 - 46
Base Location
Sydney
Available In
Adelaide, Auckland, Australian Capital Territory, Brisbane, Christchurch, Dunedin, International, Melbourne, Northern Territory, Perth, Sydney, Tasmania, Wellington
Skills
Actor, Director, Specialist Performer, Stand-up Comedian, Voice Artist, Writer
Hair
Red(Strawberry)Blonde
Eye
Hazel

Agent

Australian Agent
Liberty Artist Management Pty Ltd
Phone

Feature Photo
Phil Lloyd

Credits

2019
Television
Various
Drunk History -series 1
Eureka / Network Ten
2019
Television
Brad Butler (Main cast)
How to Stay Married series 2
HTSM / Princess Pictures / Network Ten
Mat King & Peter Hellier
2019
Television
Dave
The Secrets She Keeps
Lingo Pictures
Catherine Millar / Jen Leacey
2018
Television
Brad Butler (Main cast)
How to Stay Married
Princess / Network Ten
Natalie Bailey & Colin Cairnes
2018
Television
Telford
Drunk History of Australia - pilot eps (Phar Lap)
Eureka /Network Ten
Daniel Reisinger
2018
Television
Don (main cast)
Sando
Jungle TV / ABC
Van Vuuren Bros / Erin White
2017
Television
Club Commodore (recurring)
Here Come the Habibs!
Jungle TV / Nine Network
Darren Ashton / Peter Templeman
2017
Television
Dr Gary
True Stories with Hamish & Andy: Sammie
Radio Karate / Nine Network
Andy Lee / Tim Bartley
2017
Television
Phil
Review (USA)
Comedy Central / Andrew Daly Productions
2016
Television
Brad
It's a Date: What's the Worse Thing that can Happen on a Date
ABC / Princess Pictures
Erin White
2014
Television
Roger Quail (Main cast)
The Moodys
Jungle TV / ABC
Trent O'Donnell
2013
Television
various characters
The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting
Jungle TV / ABC
Wayne Blair / Craig Melville
2012
Television
Stuart
Team 11
Craig Anderson
2012
Television
Roger Quail (Main cast
A Moody Christmas (6 eps)
Jungle TV / ABC
Trent O'Donnell
2012
Television
Lane Hole
Rake: Greene versus Hole
Essential / ABC
Kate Dennis
2011
Television
Tim Mathieson (Main cast)
At Home with Julia
ABC /Quail
Trent O'Donnell
2011
Television
Head Trooper
Wild Boys
Seven
Ken Cameron
2011
Web Series
Toby Withers (Lead)
The Great Crusade
Finch
2011
Television
Dr Plimpton
Woodley
Token/ABC
Trent O'Donnell
2010
Television
Myles Barlow
Review with Myles Barlow series 2
Starchild Prod/ ABC
Trent O'Donnell
2010
Television
Cab Driver
Laid (mini-series)
Porchlight
Trent O'Donnell
2010
Television
Various
The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting
Jungleboys
Al Morrow
2008
Television
Various
The Big Bite
Seven Network
Matt Saville
2008
Television
Myles Barlow
Review with Myles Barlow series 1
Starchild Prod/ ABC
Trent O'Donnell
2002
Short Film
Radio Announcer (Voice)
Tiny Little Pieces
Raw Prawn Productions
Trent O'Donnell / Phil Lloyd

Skills & Attributes

Natural Accent
Australian
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Accents
Aboriginal, American Standard, Australian, East Coast American, Cockney, English, French, Irish, Mexican, New Zealand, Russian, Scottish
Hair Length
Short
Hair Style
Straight
Instrumental
Brass, Guitar
Sport
AFL Football, Athletics, Basketball, Bowls, Cricket, Cycling, Horse Jumping, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Skate Boarding, Soccer, Squash, Swimming, Tennis
Circus
Juggling, Stage Combat, Stilt Walking
Drivers Licences
Car
Professional Skills
Actor, Director, Specialist Performer, Stand-up Comedian, Voice Artist, Writer

Photos


Notes

Nominee: 2019/9th Equity Outstanding Ensemble Performance Awards-Comedy (Sando) Nominee:2019 /9th Equity Outstanding Ensemble Performance Awards- Comedy (How to Stay Married) Nominee: AFI Awards 2010: Best Performance in a Television Comedy (Review with Myles Barlow, s2) Nominee: AFI Awards 2010: Best Screenplay in a Television Comedy (Review with Myles Barlow, s2/Ep 6) Winner: AFI Awards 2009: Best Performance in a Television Comedy (Review with Myles Barlow) Winner: AFI Awards 2009: Best Television Comedy Series (Review with Myles Barlow) Nominee- Logie Awards: Most Outstanding Comedy, for "Review with Myles Barlow" Nominee: AFI Awards 2009: Best Screenplay in Television (Review with Myles Barlow) Winner: AWGIE Awards 2009: Best Situation or Narrative Comedy Award (Review with Myles Barlow) Nominee: LOGIE Awards 2008: Most Outstanding Comedy Program (Review with Myles Barlow) Winner: Sydney Morning Herald Couch Potato Awards 2008: Best Local Comedy, (Review with Myles Barlow) Best New Comedy of the Year 2008: Sydney Morning Herald. * B.A. Communications (Theatre & Media) - CSU, Mitchell