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PHILIP WINCHESTER (WILLIAM JENSEN), as a virtual unknown, was plucked from the heartland and launched to international fame in 1998, at the early age of 14, starring with Steven Segal in "The Patriot,” directed by Academy Award winning Dean Semler. A native of Belgrade, Montana, Philip set out at 17 to pursue his acting dream and was accepted at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. As a student, he was able to hone his craft by acting in numerous theatrical performances including "The Crucible,” "The Master and Margarita” and "Blood Wedding.”

Today, Philip is one of America's most promising young actors who has attracted notice from an international list of producers that have been tracking his career on major projects in recent years.

In 2004 he landed his first major film role opposite Bill Paxton, Anthony Edwards and Sir Ben Kingsley in the futuristic production "Thunderbirds.” His recent work includes the lead role in Martina Nageldrama's "Shaking Dream Land” and Tony Bill's World War I drama "Flyboys” starring James Franco, Martin Henderson and Jean Reno. Philip recently completed filming Antonio Cuadri's Spanish drama "the Heart of the Earth” with Catalina Sandino Moreno and Bernard Hill and is currently in pre-production to star in Allen Wolf's "In My Sleep,” which is scheduled to begin shooting in October 2006.

Immediately following graduation from the London Academy in 2003, Philip was cast in the independent horror film "LD 50 Lethal Dose” starring Catherine Town, and in 2004 he was chosen to play the lead role in the pilot episode for the television series "Commando Nanny.” Unfortunately, he had to abandon the project after suffering a broken heel.

Philip currently resides in Los Angeles but makes time for friends and family whenever possible. In his downtime, he has recently taken up surfing and continues to perfect both his golf game and trap shooting. He loves out of town and overseas filming as it gives him time to learn about different cultures.

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