Phillips Sees Fruits of Serious Acting Roles

Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia), February 26, 2011 | Go to article overview

Phillips Sees Fruits of Serious Acting Roles


Byline: Kristy Muir

FROM Australia to Los Angeles and back again.

Actor Nathan Phillips's life is anything but ordinary.

With a string of leading roles under his belt, including Wolf Creek, Australian Rules and Snakes on a Plane, Phillips is quickly becoming hot property in the film industry.

He has an innate ability to get into the psyche of the characters he plays and enthral audiences, regardless of his role.

The young heartthrob had a lot to say about his recent role in the Australian movie, Summa Coda, which will be out on DVD next week.

Phillips said the experience of filming the movie was amazing.

aBesides a bit of chaffing, a few pricks from bushes and trees and lots of sweating a there were no problems,a he said. aIt was a thoroughly entertaining and we all had a great time on set.

aWhen the cameras weren't rolling it was hard to get a word in.a

The film has an outstanding Aussie cast including Rachael Taylor, Alex Dimitriades, Jacki Weaver, and Angus Sampson, an evocative and inspiring storyline and picturesque scenery.

Set among the stunning orange groves of charming Mildura, Summa Coda is the heart warming story of a young violinist returning home town to seek closure on estranged relationship. …

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