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  • Date of birth : 14/04/1993

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Graham Phillips (1993)

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Graham David Phillips is an American actor and singer.

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Phillips was born in Laguna Beach, California. During his K-9 school years he attended St. Margaret's Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano, California, Graham is known from the musical "13" in which he played the leading role Evan Goldman. It is rumored that Phillips is dating previous "13" co-star, and good friend Ariana Grande.

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Graham starred as Evan Goldman in the musical comedy 13 on Broadway at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre which opened October 5, 2008 and closed January 4, 2009. It was directed by Jeremy Sams, choreographed by Christopher Gattelli, with music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown and book by Dan Elish and Robert Horn.

Prior to that he was in New York City where he played the title role in The Little Prince with the New York City Opera at Lincoln Center. The New York Times critic called Phillips' performance in the title role "smashing." From there Phillips went directly into the world premiere of "An American Tragedy" at the Metropolitan Opera where he played the part of Young Clyde, both opening and closing the opera with a solo.

Phillips' other professional stage productions include A Christmas Carol: The Musical on Broadway performed at Madison Square Garden where he sang the role of Tiny Tim to Jim Dale's Scrooge; The Ten Commandments: The Musical with Val Kilmer at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. Phillips, at ten years old, was the second youngest person to sing the National Anthem to open a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game . He has also debuted original songs composed by Martin Charnin and John Kander in New York.

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