Phillip Borghee (Phillip Reza Borghee)
BiographyOklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Phillip Borghee was born on 27 April 1982 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and has resided in Oklahoma for most of his life. His mother is Kris Helton, who works at a local hospital has been a huge part of his life from day 1. His father is Mohammad Borghee, born in Tehran, Iran. He graduated from University of Oklahoma with his pharmacy license. His father has motivated Phillip to do numerous things with his life that without him he could never have accomplished. Phillip has 3 younger siblings. Read more... and a wonderful singer/performer, and Adam who is 11. His acting debut came in 2000 when he was asked by a friend to participate in a western feature film. He was the opening fight scene in "Black Marshal: Hunt For Dozier." Since that day he has worked with his friend and executive producer Marlon Ladd. Together they have released numerous short films and 2 full length feature films. "Recoil" was released straight to DVD in stores nationwide and online. "The Unassumed" was a short horror flick where Phillip played the main killer. He provided his own stunts and produced the film as well. "The Unaccepted" was another short film where he played an outcast in search of a new city. During this time Phillip has completed numerous hours at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. He has worked towards a criminal justice degree. He has worked for the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office and the Arkansas Department of Corrections where he has learned great skills to assist him in the film industry. Phillip is now living in Los Angeles, CA to continue his acting. His current films include getting back together with his old friend and director Marlon Ladd to work on the hit film "Bad To The Jones" and meeting new director Jon Shahan to work on horror film "Diorama" and Nathan Davis to star in the psycho thriller "SICKboy." Phillip has recently worked with TJ Smith on "Sistaah Friend" and Mark-Paul Gosselaar on a upcoming episode of "Franklin & Bash." Phillip starred in the Tru-TV reenactment show "Caught Red Handed where he played a Loss Prevention Agent catching thieves red handed. Phillip will soon be completing his role on "Run This Town" with Director Charles Clemmons. Phillip will be starring in the much anticipated Campus 911 TV series starting in January 2013.