Phill’s highly successful television career began in 1996 when he became team captain on BBC2′s pop quiz Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Now in its twenty-third series Phill is the only remaining member of the original line-up.
Phill’s stand-up has taken him on two UK tours; Jedi, Steady, Go (1996) where he performed a personal interpretation of the Star Wars story. This was followed by the hugely popular second tour in 1999, Quadrophobia which can be found on DVD.
Phill has also starred in the sitcom television Dark Ages, provided a voice for the animated ITV series Watership Down before writing and performing in the critically acclaimed Waiting for Alice. (Edinburgh Festival 2007)
Aside from Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Phill currently appears as a regular guest on QI (BBC2/4), while on BBC Radio 4 Phill is a regular member of the award winning News Quiz in addition to numerous presenting work on such shows as Phill Jupitus’ Comic Strips and The Man Who Bought Hendrix’s Stage. As a journalist Phill writes a weekly column for The Times’ prestigious sport supplement, The Game; being a highly skilled artist at frequent intervals these submissions are presented in cartoon form. He currently is also the host of the aforementioned The Game football podcast along with his own cult music podcast Perfect Ten.
t;… a true comic talent; - Manchester Evening News