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Graham Phillips' television credits include "Judging Amy" and "King of Queens," on CBS, "Crossing Jordan" and the television film "Love's Long Journey." He will next be seen in the lead role of the film "Goats," which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and stars David Duchovny, Vera Farmiga and Ty Burrell. His additional film credits include "Stolen Lives," "Evan Almighty," for which he received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance by a Supporting Young Actor in a Feature Film, "Ben 10: Race Against Time," where he starred as Ben 10 and received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance by a Leading Young Actor in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special. Phillips has appeared in a variety of professional stage productions, including a leading role in the Broadway musical "13," for which he received a National Youth Theater Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical. He played the title role in "The Little Prince" with The New York City Opera at Lincoln Center and the role of Young Clyde in "An American Tragedy "at The Metropolitan Opera. Additional stage credits include "The Ten Commandments: The Musical" at the Kodak Theater, and "A Christmas Carol: The Musical" at Madison Square Garden. Phillips recorded a voice solo composed by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz for the film "Noel," starring Robin Williams and Susan Sarandon. He is also a soloist on Meat Loaf's "Bat Out of Hell III" album, and has appeared on The Today Show as a soloist. In his spare time, Phillips is involved in several charities, including Oceana, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Direct Connections to Africa, which provides educational supplies, scholarships, job development and medical needs to African villages. He is also an avid photographer. Born in Laguna Beach, Calif., Phillips divides his time between New York City and Laguna Beach, and will begin his freshman year at Princeton University this fall. His birth date is April 14.