The Facts About Joseph C. Phillips You Need to Know – Joseph C. Phillips is known so well by the people as he was one of the casts of NBC sitcom “The Cosby Show” (1989 to 1991). He played as a U.S. Navy LT and the husband of Denise Huxtable called Martin Kendall. Not only that, he also played as Justus Ward on a soap opera aired by ABC-TV, General Hospital. However, he became more popular when he took a part in a conservative activism and also has been a commentator in politic several years ago. Ye, he actually has some interesting facts that you need to know. Luckily, you can find out when you read on this.
1. His Personal Life
– Joseph C. Phillips was born on January 17th, 1962 from a family that lived in Denver, Colorado, the United States of America. Unfortunately, his mother passed away when he was in a young age still. So then, it is the main reason why he became so close to the mother of his cousin, Duane Evans. Then, he was a student of communications major at University of the Pacific before he finally transferred to New York University’s acting conservatory. There, he graduated with a title of BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) in acting in 1983. Based on this, he started to build his career as a professional actor in 1985 by joining “Search for Tomorrow” as Cruiser McCulla and also “The Cosby Show” as Darryl Marchamp (the date of Sondra). Moreover, as he had got his career improved, he got married with Nicole and now has three lovely sons named Connor, Ellis, and Samuel.
2. The Associations
Joseph C. Phillips is known as the ambassador of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, so that he has spoken so actively and comprehensively the disease and how it can affect the family as well. Aside of that, there are so many other associations that he has been getting involved in, Well, all of them have proven that he is a very great actor that really wants to give back to the community through the positive influences. In addition to this, in political fields, he was active in some activities making him well known.