Philip's favorite designer is Paul Smith.
Philip was at college with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.
Philip grew up with Kate Moss.
Philip can speak French.
Plays which Rhys stared in include: August Strindberg's "Miss Julie", in London, UK, John Patrick Shanley's "The Dreamer Examines his Pillow", in Los Angeles, he also played John Buchanan Jr. in Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke".
His grandmother, Janine Klotza, was one of France's Prima Ballerina's in the 1920s, performing all the major ballets in pre-WWII Europe, except Gisele, after whom she named her only daughter, Phillip's mother.
Rhys is a supporter of Crystal Palace FC.
Rhys has also been involved in various after school and non-profit organizations over the years, including volunteering for E.S.L. Educational Programs for Adults.
After graduating from Westminster College he spent a year living and working in Paris. He then returned to London to study acting at The Lee Strasberg Institute.
Philip received a SAG Ensemble Nomination for his portrayal of a young businessman named Reza Naiyeer who was to be married to Marie Warner, played by Laura Harris in the hit TV series '24'.
Phillip Rhys was born the second of three boys in South East London.
Rhys is 6'1" (1.85 m)
Phillip first gained a bit of fame after playing Protozoa on the Disney Channel's Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, and Zenon: The Zequel. Both are made for TV movies.
Philip: If you accept that acting is a business in LA, you're fine. It's just damn hard work, and you keep plugging away at it.
Philip: I love fashion, but I made lots of absurd mistakes as a teenager. I was obsessed by Dr Robert in The Blow Monkeys, so I'd wear these awful glasses and a cricket sweater. And during the Bros phase, I remember teaming Levi's 501 six sizes too large with Vivienne Westwood-style platform shoes. But the worst thing was my passion for Lacoste.
Philip Rhys: If I have to go bare-chested for a role I'll go to the gym for three weeks. But I hate all that narcissistic gym culture. I'm into yashtang yoga, which is a very LA thing, it really is good for the soul. But I'm not the fittest guy on the block.
Philip Rhys: (On 24) It was quite an ingenious decision for the producers to cast me because I'm actually European. My mother is French, and my father's family are originally from Malta. I grew up in South London - Purley to be exact. People in the States don't know if I'm English or Australian or American - which is great for casting. Characters actors do get the most interesting work and I think some of the better leading men, like Jude Law and Johnny Depp, realise that.