Phillips, Stephen

Phillips, Stephen

▪ English actor and poet
born July 28, 1864, Summertown, Oxfordshire, Eng.
died Dec. 9, 1915, Deal, Kent

      English actor and poet who was briefly successful as a playwright.

      Phillips was educated at Trinity College School, Stratford-upon-Avon, and at King's School, Peterborough. In 1885 he joined an acting company founded by Frank Benson (Benson, Sir Frank), his cousin. Phillips's first collection of poetry, Poems (1897), was followed by several verse dramas, including Herod (1901), Ulysses (1902), and Nero (1906). Phillips was compared to Shakespeare for Paolo and Francesca (1900), but his reputation soon declined, and he died in poverty.

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