Actors Journal – Lou Diamond Phillips

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Lou Diamond Phillips first rose to fame with a series of hit films in the late eighties, including La Bamba, Stand and Deliver, and Young Guns. Over the last two decades, he’s had numerous television and film roles. His own diverse roots – Filipino, Hispanic, Scottish, Cherokee — have helped him avoid being typecast as any one ethnicity. Current audiences may recognize him as Henry Standing Bear in the television series Longmire. Phillips also performed in the King and I on Broadway, earning a Theatre World Award and a Tony award nomination. One of his real-life roles is competitive poker player.

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