Philip M. Gardiner
- Greater New York City Area
- Motion Pictures and Film
Philip M. Gardiner's Overview
- Founder/President at PMG Enterprises
- Gene Frankel Film and Theater Academy
- University BA University of Bridgeport
- University of Bridgeport
Philip M. Gardiner's Summary
"You were really terrific as Col. Ludington. Exceptional in fact. We are all very pleased to have worked with you."
- Scott Bryce, Director/Producer Young American Heroes project for Public Television (October 2011)
"I am so impressed with your acting capabilities. It was a pleasure. Really, really great! Makes my job easy."
- Oscar Nominated Director Sara Nesson on directing Mr. Gardiner in NEW PLAINS (June 2011)
NOV 2011: Ted Felson in THE #6 TO VERMEER http://www.egoactus.com
OCT 2011: Shooting begins for Young American Heroes for Public Television.
SEPT 2011: Cast in leading role, Col. Henry Ludington in Young American Heroes project directed by Scott Bryce.
SEPT 2011: Shooting begins for New Plains
JULY 2011: Cablevision hired me again for a principal role in a TV commercial for their new call-forwarding campaign
JUNE 2011: Mr Gardiner booked a TV commercial VO for Xperio Prescription Sun Lenses then was called back two weeks later to record 3 more spots for radio.
MAY 2011- Mr. Gardiner booked a leading role in the new original TruTV series BEAR SWAMP REPO;
MAY 2011 Mr. Gardiner was cast in a leading role in NEW PLAINS, an original independent TV series
MAY 2011 and PENELOPE CHASE, a Columbia University Film Studies project.
MARCH 2011- Called back by Pat McCorkle's office to read for Lt. Brannigan in Barrington Stage's Production of Guys and Dolls.
MARCH 2011- Medical Educational Consultant at CCNY Clinical Skill Center
JANUARY 7, 2011- RIP Mom. We all love you.
NOVEMBER 2010- Booked Golden Coral Restaurant commercial
NOVEMBER 2010- Booked Demo-Slam for SimpliSafe,
NOVEMBER 2010- cast in a staged reading of AMORESQUE at NuYorican Poets Cafe.
OOCTOBER 2010- THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK directed by Gerald Freedman at Westport Country Playhouse http://bit.ly/bWfhOF
JUNE 2010- Mathew Foster in Private Eyes Long Wharf II
FILM ACTING SKILLS:
Sharply aware of camera's ability to immediately sniff out the lies of bad performance. Deeply connected to the work off screen.
STAGE ACTING SKILLS:
Committed to living moment to moment on stage, deep respect and understanding for live performance. Well trained voice & physicality.
COMMERCIAL / VOICE-OVER / INDUSTRIALS:
Warm friendly believable on-camera presence. Convincing and natural deliver. Able to handle difficult copy with ease.
Philip M. Gardiner's Experience
October 2008 – Present (6 years) Greater New York City Area
REGIONAL THEATER: Westport Country Playhouse: (The Diary of Anne Frank); Theater 4: Scooter Lewis (Peace Warriors) at Harkness Hall- Yale University. Theater 4: Matthew Foster (Private Eyes) at Long Whar II, Oddfellows Playhouse and The Kate. Debut Players: Dr. Grant (Hugo In London), Stamford Theater Works: Clyde Sukeforth (National Pastime), Officer Meadows (Loot), King Creon (Medea) American Classic Theater: Oswald Alving (Ghosts), Brick (Cat On a Hot Tin Roof), Inspector Rouch (Angel Street) NEW YORK THEATER: NY Icon Short Play Festival/Ego Actus: (The #6 To Vermeer) Rev Theater Company: Jonathan Selleck (A Great Noise of Witchcraft) Raw Space Theater: Vershinin (Three Sisters) Greenwich Street Theater: Freddie (Nothing Without Our Pride) Culture Project: Police Officer/Narrator (9/12) As a member of the CT Commission on the Arts Urban Artists Initiative program, he was commissioned to research, write and perform several dramatic works based on Irish, Polish, Italian and Jewish immigrants to Stamford. FILM: What Just Happened, The Life Before Her Eyes, Trees, Leave You In Me TELEVISION: The Bronx Is Burning, Sex in the City, OZ, All My Children. He lives in Yonkers, NY.
Philip M. Gardiner's Publications
Medicine, Coal and Miracles
Authors: Philip M. Gardiner
- Self Published
I researched, wrote and performed the original solo piece about Jacob Nemoitin, a Russian Jewish immigrant who became a "Doctor for the people" in Stamford, CT.
Philip M. Gardiner's Skills & Expertise
- Voice Over
- Public Speaking
- Social Media
- Event Planning
- Public Relations
- Creative Writing
Philip M. Gardiner's Education
Gene Frankel Film and Theater Academy
2000 – 2002
University BA University of Bridgeport
BA, Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
1990 – 1992
Biz of Acting CT Commission on the Arts Urban Artists Initiative
1990 – 1992
UB's IDEAL program fit the bill perfectly at a time when I needed to complete my Bachelors Degree fast. The school allowed me to take a CLEP exam in Economics for 3 credits as well as granting me 3 credits for my background in theater and film (I had a leading role in a UB Graduate Film project several years prior to enrolling) and 3 credits for my work as a Retail Sales Manager. I was also able to earn 9 credits combined for two papers I wrote comparing and contrasting a State run healhcare facility with a privately operated group home.
Activities and Societies: Psychology club, Film Club, Drama Club, Intramural soccer
Philip M. Gardiner's Additional Information
Stage and screen acting, acting training, public speaking, career coaching, tutoring, diversity education, passionate connections to work and art, animals, snow skiing, tennis, mountain biking.
- Groups and Associations:
Actors Equity Association, AFTRA, SAG, Dramatists Guild, Break A Leg Productions- NYC / Flying Swine Theater- Beacon, NY / Primary Stages- NYC / Hope for Haiti, Doctors Without Borders, PETA
- Honors and Awards:
> Recipient of Urban Arts Career Grants 1998-2001
> Outstanding achievement award The College of Westchester 2007
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