Philip Winchester
American actor
Philip Winchester
Philip C. Winchester is an American actor. He is known for his roles in The Patriot, The Hi-Line, LD 50 Lethal Dose, Thunderbirds, CSI: Miami, King Lear, also starring in "Strike Back", Flyboys, In My Sleep, The Heart of the Earth, and Shaking Dream Land.
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'Chicago Law' casts Philip Winchester in lead role
Chicago Times - 12 months
NBC's fourth show of Dick Wolf's "Chicago" franchise, "Chicago Law," has cast its first star. Philip Winchester is set to star in NBC's lastest "Chicago" franchise spin-off, "Chicago Law," Variety has confirmed. Winchester last starred on the network's short-lived drama "The Player," which had...
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15 TV Pilots We Hope Get Made Into Series (2015 Edition)
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
The annual network Upfronts are practically here (NBC kicks things off May 11), which means the big networks will make huge decisions that will affect the rest of your life: by deciding what we'll get to watch on TV in the 2015-2016 season. Cancellations and renewals are just around the corner, and we're too nervous to even think about those right now, but the good news is that Upfronts also signal that final push in the birthing of new television shows. (One has already started.) The circle of TV life! But which television pilots should networks choose to populate their new schedule? It's a difficult decision for any stuffy network suit, but I'm here to point them in the right direction because I have can't-miss taste and know how to pick a winner. Below I've chosen 15 pilots that I'd like to see get made and thrown on next season's television schedule, and where available, created a state-of-the-art artist's interpretation of what the show might look like. As always, a few things bef ...
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'Strike Back' Train Job: An Epic Battle With Bad Guys (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"Strike Back" reliably supplies enjoyable action, dry banter, espionage-driven twists and crazy developments, but this week's episode hits another level. It's one of my all-time favorite episodes of the Cinemax series, and HuffPost TV has an exclusive clip from this excellent outing. In Friday's episode, Stonebridge and Scott's search for bad guys with bioweapons takes them to a moving train -- among other places. And it's best to let the boys' version of diplomacy speak for itself via this clip. As you can see from the video, "Strike Back" stars Philip Winchester and Sullivan Stapleton did all their own stunts in the episode (and there's a bit of intel on how the sequence was shot in this behind-the-scenes video). "It took us four days total to shoot the whole train and helicopter sequence — which is short by film industry standards. Similar sequences take feature films about four to six weeks to shoot," Winchester said in a press release from Cinemax. "First, we rehearsed the ...
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'Strike Back: Origins': Prequel Series Features 'Walking Dead' And 'Hobbit' Stars
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Good news for "Strike Back" fans: Cinemax will soon air a prequel season that stars a "Hobbit" actor and Andrew Lincoln from "The Walking Dead." The action-drama "Strike Back" is in the midst of its third U.S. season, and fans of the Cinemax show know that it stars Sullivan Stapleton and Philip Winchester as special-forces operatives. But before Cinemax got its hands on the show, there was a U.K. season starring Lincoln and Richard Armitage ("The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey"). Those six prequel episodes will air in the U.S. for the first time as "Strike Back: Origins," starting Oct. 25. According to Cinemax, "Origins" "tells the story of John Porter (Armitage), an SAS soldier who realizes a connection between a current hostage situation and a mission he ran in Iraq in 2003.  He appeals to Hugh Collinson (Lincoln), a fellow team member from that mission who now runs the stealth counterterrorism unit Section 20 for the UK government, to allow him to join the rescue mission. Porter a ...
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Maureen Ryan: Why Aren't You Watching This Show?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
To each his or her own, but I can't understand why anyone wouldn't want to watch "Strike Back" (10 p.m. ET Friday, Cinemax). Maybe there are people out there who just hate fun? In honor of the show's third season, here is a partial list of reasons that you should watch this muscular yet surprisingly intelligent action drama: Look at the trailer above. That's one reason. Look at the trailer above. There's another reason. Beefcake isn't the only draw (though there is nothing inherently wrong with a slice or two of prime beefcake served on a platter of ample explosions). The two special forces soldiers of "Strike Back" may stick closely to the mismatched-buddy parameters: Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) is the irreverent American party boy with a well-hidden capacity for sincerity, and Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) is the responsible, dryly funny Brit haunted by his past. But both characters are engaging and grounded by a welcome dose of sarcasm ...
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TV Review: Fringe 4.17, ‘Everything in its Right Place’
Obsessed with Film - What Cultur - almost 5 years
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Finally we get to see some action on the other side, something that’s been a little lacking this season. ‘Our’ Lincoln (Seth Gabel) goes to the other side to help Fauxlivia (Anna Torv) and Alt Lincoln track down a vigilante killer. As we whittle our way down to the last episodes of the season (and maybe the series), there’s going to be plenty of spoiler material. There’s a major development this week and I’m not going to write around it, so only read on if you’ve seen the episode. Unlike the titular Radiohead song suggests, we begin with everything very much in its wrong place. Lincoln, who began the season as a new recruit to Fringe Division, developed an unspoken attraction for Olivia. Whether she felt the same way we will never know for sure, although the signs were certainly suggestive. All that changed when Olivia began to get her original memories back. Peter’s (Joshua Jackson) return and the realisation that this was ‘his’ Olivia left Lincoln out i ...
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X-Files Vet Joins Cinemax For New Action Series - Inside Blip
Google News - over 5 years
The series revolves around a US special forces operative (Sullivan Stapleton of “Animal Kingdom”) who must team with a British black-ops agent (Philip Winchester of “Fringe”) to stop international terrorists. Shot on location in South Africa and
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Exclusive 'Strike Back' Episode 3 Preview Scene - Crave Online
Google News - over 5 years
In the second episode of Cinemax's original series "Strike Back," Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) and Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) managed to defuse an intense terrorist assault on an Indian hotel and Scott was offered a
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Cinemax aims to broaden its show appeal - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 5 years
Sullivan Stapleton, left, and Philip Winchester in "Strike Back" on Cinemax. (Liam Daniel / Cinemax) By Steven Zeitchik, Los Angeles Times For a long time, the approximately 12 million viewers who subscribe to Cinemax have pretty much known what they
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'Strike Back': The stars talk 'Project Dawn' - video - Digital Spy
Google News - over 5 years
Fringe actor Philip Winchester, Australian star Sullivan Stapleton and Holby City's Amanda Mealing have all signed up for the new ten-part series. In Project Dawn, Section 20 operative John Porter (Richard Armitage) finds himself held hostage by a
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Exclusive: 'Strike Back' Clip Gives Us A Taste Of The Action - Hollywood.com
Google News - over 5 years
Watch latest TV hunk Philip Winchester deliver a beatdown in this exclusive clip from the second episode of Cinemax's sleeper hit, Strike Back. Technically a sequel series to a
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Strike Back Project Dawn: Philip Winchester - Sky TV
Google News - over 5 years
In Strike Back Project Dawn Philip Winchester plays Michael Stonebridge, one of the members of elite unit Section 20. There's something you'll notice about Michael as he discusses how he prepared to play special forces soldier Michael Stonebridge,
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STRIKE BACK 1:01 'Episode 1' - Crave Online
Google News - over 5 years
Outside, a British Special Forces team led by Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) prepares to storm the location where Porter is being held. However, once they breach the building it quickly becomes apparent that the terrorists left a false trail
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Television review: 'Strike Back' - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 5 years
Sullivan Stapleton and Philip Winchester star in "Strike Back." (Liam Daniel / Cinemax / August 12, 2011) By Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times Television Critic Those jonesing for "24" may find some comfort in Cinemax's new foray into original content, ... - -
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Lucky 'Strike' - New York Post
Google News - over 5 years
Have guns, will travel: Sullivan Stapleton and Philip Winchester battle global terrorism in “Strike Back.” “We go to those countries where the trouble comes from. This is what global war is today,” says executive producer and director Dan Percival,
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Drama mama - New York Post
Google News - over 5 years
Apparently, this mission is too easy, as partners Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) and Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) pepper each other with snide remarks amid a hostage standoff that lasts well into Episode 2. Even disrobed, Bauer would
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"Strike Back": Zweite Staffel startet in Großbritannien - TV Wunschliste
Google News - over 5 years
Zwei neue Hauptfiguren kommen hinzu, gespielt von Philip Winchester ("Fringe") und Sullivan Stapleton. Nach dem Einstieg des US-Senders Cinemax, der die Serie künftig gemeinsam mit Sky1 produziert, bilden in den neuen Folgen Briten und Amerikaner eine
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Sky 1 Slates Original Comedies, Dramas - World Screen
Google News - over 5 years
Two new heroes will be introduced this season, played by Philip Winchester and Sullivan Stapleton. The highly anticipated Treasure Island four-hour mini-series features an all-star cast. Starring alongside Izzard is Elijah Wood, Toby Regbo,
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