Live with Fergie L. Philippe

Fergie L. Philippe is a New York City based actor currently running with the Sons of Liberty playing the dual roles of Hercules Mulligan/James Madison in the Broadway production of Hamilton. Fergie was raised primarily in Miami Lakes, Florida. Fergie attended New World School Of The Arts, in Downtown Miami, during his high school years receiving college-level training in acting with multiple foundations in Meisner Technique and Uta Hagen. He then studied in North Carolina at Elon University, receiving a BFA in Music Theatre. Fergie has worked at numerous theaters around the country including The Muny, Merry Go Round Playhouse, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Shake on the Lake, and Playmakers Repertory Company. Philippe is consistently pursuing other ventures as well. Currently, he is in the final stages of writing his first short film Wishful Whiskey Poured Neat which he plans to direct as well, potentially in the fall of 2021. He takes an interest in Directing, Photography, and Music playing the drums and guitar. Recently, he has rekindled his love and passion for puppetry and has begun building his own and plans to release original content soon.

Hear what Fergie has to say about regional theaters, puppetry, Disney, Hamilton, and more.

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