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Phillip Sean Brown is currently the Director of Theater at the prestigious Shipley School in Bryn Mawr PA. Several of his students have gone on to study at Julliard, NYU TISCH, Michigan,and many other distinguished acting conservatories in the US and abroad. Before starting his acting studio, The Ambler Actors Studio, just outside of Philadelphia, he was the dialogue coach and ‘punch-up’ writer on the hit Original Series Disney shows “That’s so Raven” and “Cory in the House”. He worked for Disney for over four years on two of there highest rated shows ever. Meticulously gleaning the scripts and finding the beats and punching up jokes for both the cast and guest star actors were his daily functions. His personal student was Kyle Massey, star of hit Disney show, “Cory in the House”. Prior to working for Disney, Phillip has led a rich and diverse artistic career including writing, acting, directing and film production. He has worked

professionally in the TV, Film and Theater industry throughout the United States. Phillip wrote and co-created the hit Hip-Hop musical, “The Last Jimmy” with Dice Raw from the Legendary Roots Crew that is currently touring major cities in the US. His most recent musical, that he co-

created with Dice Raw, entitled “Box” is the narrative of Henry Box Brown, is about a slave who mailed himself from Virginia to freedom in Philadelphia. It will make its world premiere at The New Freedom Theater in Philadelphia PA in the winter of 2018. Phillip has optioned screen

plays in Hollywood and was also was co-creator and head writer for a live Inter-active Entertainment News/Music Video show for the Black Entertainment Network (BET) entitled AM@BET in 2000 which was BET’s first full live hour TV show