|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Peabody Award winner and five time Emmy-nominated producer/director Philip J. Day has been making award winning films for nearly two decades. His first film "Japan Live Performance" for Channel Four Television received Best Arts Documentary at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Now living in Los Angeles, Philip J. Day is a prolific filmmaker having made over one hundred documentary films in his distinguished career. Today, he heads his production company, Edge West, which is dedicated to making dynamic, original films for major broadcasters. His clients have included National Geographic, Discovery, TLC, The History Channel, PBS and MTV in the US. While in Britain the BBC, Channel Four, Channel Five and ITV were all regular clients.
His hi-octane films have received accolades wherever they have screened. His series on Hollywood was described as 'unmissable' by Time Out and 'a must for all budding filmmakers' by The Observer. In 2006 The Real Roswell premiered on the National Geographic Channel with excellent ratings and successful repeats since. Tunnel To A Lost World (2007) was voted the Best TV Documentary of the Year in Turkey, the country where the film was shot. Less than a year later, Lost Cities of the Amazon was hailed by American audiences as one of the" films of the year" in the successful National Geographic Explorer series. In the summer of 2009, The Skyjacker That Got Away was the best ever rated film for the NGC series Undercover History and was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2010. A large slate of well received films in the last two years has resulted in 10 Telly Awards. His groundbreaking new series Party Like is set to break a ratings record for National Geographic Channel.
Philip J. Day is represented by APA talent agency.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
|Amy Yap Day||(1 January 2000 - 15 May 2009) (divorced) (1 child)|