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Bobbie J. Phillips
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Bobbie Phillips (born on January 29, 1972) is an American television and film actress.
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A true "Chameleon"(1998), Bobbie has played roles so diverse in her years as an actress, sometimes it's difficult to recognize her in the role. Her most famous roles have been: Julie Costello on Steven Bochco's Murder One (1995); Dr. Bambi Berenbaum on The X-Files (1993); the First Female Crow, "Talon", on The Crow: Stairway to Heaven (1998); and as the "Chameleon" in a series of movies for Paramount. She pops up on television shows such as Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (1998) and Seven Days (1998) and she always reinvents herself like a great actress should.
Brains and beauty are two words that have been repeatedly used to describe Bobbie Phillips throughout her career. Graduating high school at only 16 years old, Bobbie took drama classes to prepare her for becoming a trial attorney. In lieu of pursuing law, the acting bug got her and she moved to Los Angeles. Her talent and looks were quickly noticed and she began work immediately. She has credited casting director Dori Zuckerman with helping her to land her first guest role on the short-lived sitcom They Came from Outer Space (1990). She went on to do shows such as Married with Children (1987) and Baywatch (1989) as well as the film TC 2000 (1993), in which she starred with Billy Blanks (developer of Tae Bo). She continued doing sitcoms and martial arts films, but none of these really gave her acting chops the workout she desired. Upon the advice of famed casting director Johanna Ray, Bobbie went from blonde to brunette and her career changed within weeks. She started getting the kinds of roles she wanted, such as Julie Costello on Steven Bochco's critically acclaimed Murder One (1995). She has since received awards for her stints on shows such as The X-Files (1993) (she was the unforgettable Dr. Bambi Berenbaum we all loved to hate), the syndicated drama The Cape (1996) as Lt. Barbara DeSantos and the highly rated Paramount/UPN franchise "Chameleon", where she had the opportunity to blend her acting with her martial arts abilities, as well as blend into the background. Throughout her career, Bobbie has starred in many independent films. She is also a writer, singer, philanthropist, animal advocate and entrepreneur.
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Oldfield Talent Management, Christopher Oldfield, Agent, The Collective Talent Management
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