Phil Proctor is an internationally known actor, singer, writer, composer, director and producer. His musical and linguistic gifts have taken him from Broadway (The Sound of Music, A Time For Singing) to cities across the U.S., Canada, France, and to the former USSR. He won the Theatre World Award for the Off-Broadway musical "The Amorous Flea" and was cited as best actor by the LA Free Press in John Guare's "Museeka" at the Mark Taper Forum.
Along with the other members of the Firesign Theatre, he has received dual Grammy nominations. The group was the focus of a seminar at the west coast branch of the Museum of Television and Radio ,and they were listed as one of the "Thirty Greatest Acts of all Time" by Entertainment magazine. On screen, he has appeared with Robert De Niro, Orson Welles, Tuesday Weld, Jack Nicholson, Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis and John Astin.
Phil Proctor discussed his life in entertainment and work in The Firesign Theatre. Adventurer Josh Gates reflected on ancient mysteries. Open Lines followed. More »