Jessica Phillips - Biography
Last Modified: Nov 16, 2022
|Born on :||November 3, 1971 (age 51)|
|Birth Name /
|Jessica Leigh Phillips|
|Birth Place:||Nashville, Tennessee, USA|
|Father's Name:||Dr. Gary Phillips|
|Mother's Name:||Alice Phillips|
Brooke Phillips (younger sister)
|High School:||Worcester Academy|
Nicholas Rohlfing (?-2011)
Jonah Rohlfing (son)
|Height:||1.78 meter (5 feet 10 inch)|
|Weight:||55 kg (121.25 lb)|
|Shoe Size:||7.5 US|
|Dress Size:||6 US|
|Breast Size:||35 inch|
|Waist Size:||27 inch|
|Hip Size:||36 inch|
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Who is Jessica Phillips?
Jessica Phillips is an actress, singer by profession, and American by nationality. She is well known for appearing in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Pippa Cox, Why Women Kill and in Broadway shows including Leap of Faith, The Scarlet Pimpernel.
Jessica Phillips – Age, Parents, Siblings
Jessica Phillips was born on November 3, 1971, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Her full name is Jessica Leigh Phillips. Her father Dr. Gary Phillips is a religious historian and writer and her mother is Alice Phillips. Her parents raised her in Sutton, Massachusetts with her sibling, a younger sister named Brooke Phillips.
For education Jessica Phillips attended Worcester Academy in Worcester, Massachusetts, graduating in 1989. She went on to enroll at Emerson College. Studying under director Leo Nickole, she graduated from the same in 1994 with BFA in musical theatre.
Her ethnicity is Caucasian.
Jessica Phillips – Boyfriend, Husband, Children, Divorce
Phillips was married to Nicholas Rohlfing. They have two children together- sons Jonah Rohlfing (born September 28, 2000), and Malcolm Rohlfing (born October 20, 2003). Malcolm graduated from LA Guardia High School in 2021 while Jonah graduated from high school in 2019. They eventfully separated and divorced.
Jessica Phillips met her fellow cast, Tad Wilson when they sang as the music duo 10th & Carlisle. They married on July 15, 2017. Although she does not have any children with her husband, she is stepmother to Wilson’s son Taylor Wilson. However, the pair separated and their divorce was finalized in 2021.
In February 2022, she came out as queer.
Jessica Phillips – Career
Phillips danced competitively before turning to act career. As a teen, she studied the Linklater Technique and later trained under Kristin Linklater. After college, her first audition led to the role of Mrs. Walker in the Broadway musical The Who's Tommy. She returned to Nashville for five years in 1999 where she worked on radio as a demo singer and appeared in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat musical.
Moreover, Jessica Phillips has starred in Broadway production of The Scarlet Pimpernel (1998-2000), Next to Normal (2009-2010), Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (2011-2012), and Leap of Faith (2012). Other theatre credits include Unknown Soldier (2015), Deathless (2017), Dear Evan Hansen (2018), etc.
Phillips’ debut role was in the TV film Bronx Warrants as Adele Destefano. This was followed by appearances in films La vida inesperada (2013), Absent Mind (2018), and the short film Albert Cummings Project (2015), etc.
She has also starred in the episode(s) of the TV series Unforgettable (2013), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2013-2020), Royal Pains (2014), Elementary (2017), Why Women Kill (2021), among others.
Jessica Phillips (left) in Why Women Kill (Image: Best movie cast)
On the set of Why Women Kill, Jessica Phillips has starred in includes Alicia Coppola, Matthew Daddario, Virginia Williams, Sadie Calvano, and Sam Jaeger.
At the grand re-opening of Radio City Music Hall, hosted by Billy Crystal, she performed with Estelle Parsons, Alice Ripley, Billy Porter, Marc Kudisch, and Leslie Odom Jr.
Jessica Phillips – Net Worth, Salary
The estimate on the net worth and salary of Jessica Phillips is under review.
Jessica Phillips – Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
On social media handles including Instagram and Twitter, Jessica Phillips is followed by thousands of followers but is absent on Facebook.
List of Why Women Kill cast members
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