Gina remembers that as a kid, the two horror films which terrified her the most were Salem's Lot and Amityville Horror.
Gina's film credits include Bella Mafia (1997), The Advocate's Devil (1997), Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg (1994), Love, Honor & Obey: The Last Mafia Marriage (1993), and When the Bough Breaks (1993).
Gina was offered to reprise her role as Trish Jenner for the horror flick sequel Jeepers Creepers 2 but she declined.
Gina is 5' 3" (1.60 m) tall. She has light brown hair and dark brown eyes.
Gina likes to travel and take photographs.
Gina was ranked No.46 in Maxim's Hot 100 List of 2002.
Aside from starring as Lisa in the 2003 film Sam & Joe, Philips was also a co-producer of the movie.
Some scenes in Jeepers Creepers required Gina to drive a light blue Chevy Impala. She admits that she did not know how to drive a stick shift prior to her involvement in that project. She only learned during filming.
Gina appeared in a production of The Vagina Monologues at the Canon Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Gina has one brother, Bobby Consolo.
Gina: When something is a little more of a psychological, toying with your mind, I find that more frightening, but especially when its something different.
Gina: It's important to me, that even when I'm playing a miserable role, I'm not, like, the most miserable human in the world.
Gina: I love when there's a strong female character. Anyone who knows my work, whether they like it or hate it or think they're terrible, one thing that's true is that I like to choose strong women.
Gina: I don't do nudity. Never done it, never will, have no interest in it myself. I pass no judgment on anyone that wants to do it. It's not for me.
Gina: I'm such a horror fan. My dad is a huge horror movie fanatic, and my mother and my brother are not. Therefore, from the age of 4 years old, I was stuck in front of the television with him, watching, like, every creepy movie possible. And I grew up on them. And I love them.
Gina: All good looking men should be seen.
Gina: To me, acting is like a breath of fresh air. I'm not saying it's easy, but for me it's wonderful.
Gina: (on dropping out of college) I got my education. I don't need a certificate validating that. If a class comes along that I am interested in taking and will fulfill my graduation requirements, I will take it. But my degrees were simply an aside to what I always wanted to do - act.
Gina: The restaurant business is the only business more crazy and unpredictable than acting. Although I would love the idea of opening my own restaurant, if I don't I'll be okay.