Joseph C. Phillips
Joseph C. Phillips is a seven-time series regular with over 175 episodes of episodic television under his belt including guest starring roles in How to Get Away with Murder, NCIS, Good Trouble and many others. Joseph is coming off 4 seasons of the Netflix award-winning hit series 13 Reasons Why as Col. Greg Davis. Phillips recurred as Dr. Jeffrey Pierce on The Resident, and as Deputy Director James Barbour on Criminal Minds. He was also a three-time NAACP Image Award Nominee for his portrayal of Attorney Justus Ward on the Daytime Drama General Hospital. He is, perhaps, best known as Lt. Martin Kendall, Lisa Bonet’s husband, on the hit series The Cosby Show.
His feature film credits include starring roles in Strictly Business, Let’s Talk About Sex and Midnight Blue and supporting roles in 911 Nightmare, Psycho Escort, He’s Watching, and Getting Played. Phillips’ many theatrical credits include starring roles in the Broadway production of Six Degrees of Separation, the Kennedy Center and American Playhouse productions of A Raisin in the Sun, starring Danny Glover and Esther Rolle, The Blue Door at Pacific Coast Rep and the Harare Theater Festival, and the off- Broadway production of Coriolanus with Christopher Walken and Irene Worth. Mr. Phillips had the honor of creating the title role in Dreaming Emmett, Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winning author Toni Morrison’s only theatrical play, and won an NAACP Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor in the world premiere production of Tanya Barfield’s Of Equal Measure. Joseph’s solo performance piece, Professor Lombooza Lomboo was a featured production at the National Black Theatre Festival and the Minnesota Fringe Festival.
Joseph is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated. ‘0000006!