Phillip Phillips

Phillip Phillips

Highest Rated: Not Available

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Sep 20, 1990

Birthplace: Albany, Georgia, USA

In spite battling a chronic disease and undergoing multiple surgeries while he competed, Phillip Phillips proved that staying true to his own aesthetic paid off, all of which helped him take the title of season 11's "American Idol" (Fox, 2002-16). He was born on Sept. 20, 1990 in Leesburg, GA and grew up in nearby Sasser, where he attended Lee County High School. Prior to competing on "Idol," Phillips majored in Industrial Systems Technology at Albany Technical College and worked at his family's pawnshop. Armed with his guitar, he auditioned in Savannah, GA for "American Idol," where he sang Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" (1972) and Michael Jackson's smash hit "Thriller" (1984). His performances helped him advance to the semi-finals round held in Hollywood, where he attempted to impress judges Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler several times before he earned a spot as one of the competition's Top 13 finalists.




68% 0% American Idol Music Performer,
2012-2014 2020
No Score Yet 71% Hawaii Five-0 Voss (Guest Star) 2018
26% 84% Pure Genius Unknown (Guest Star) 2016
No Score Yet 5% The View Music Performer 2014
No Score Yet 0% The Ellen DeGeneres Show Music Performer 2012-2014
No Score Yet 87% Conan Music Performer 2014
No Score Yet 10% Jimmy Kimmel Live! Music Performer 2013
No Score Yet 62% So You Think You Can Dance Guest 2012