Phil Lepherd is a film editor with many credits on high-profile comedy-entertainment programmes in the UK.
Credits include the BAFTA-winning A League of Their Own, Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe, Toast of London, Glitchy, Keith Lemon's Through the Keyhole, Bring the Noise, The Javone Prince Show, You're Fired, The Work Experience, Backchat (Jack Whitehall), Rob Brydon's Guess List, Staying In With Greg and Russell, Celebrity Juice, Lemon Aid, Britain Unzipped, Chris Moyles Quiz Night, Hit The Road Jack, The Friday Night Project; as well as mega-hit shows The X-Factor, Britain's Got Talent and The Apprentice.
Also a director of short films, his latest film "The Birthday Circle" has played at 45 international film festivals including Academy Award qualifiers Aspen, Los Angeles and Foyle as well as BAFTA qualifiers Krakow and the London Short Film Festival. The film has won seven awards and is distributed worldwide by Ouat Media (Canada).
Additionally, Phil's voiceovers have been heard on Through the Keyhole, Glitchy and A League of Their Own. His voice has been described variously as "posh Aussie", "newsreel" , "quite loud" and "bonkers".
Phil is an accredited member of the Guild of British Film and Television Editors, and is represented by Independent Post.