Louis Diamond Phillips (born Upchurch; February 17, 1962) is a Filipino-American actor and film director. His breakthrough came when he starred as Ritchie Valens in the biographical drama film La Bamba (1987). For Stand and Deliver (1988), Phillips was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and won an Independent Spirit Award.

Lou Diamond Phillips
Phillips in 2017
Born
Lou Diamond Upchurch

(1962-02-17) February 17, 1962 (age 62)
EducationFlour Bluff High School
Alma materUniversity of Texas at Arlington (BFA)
Occupations
  • Actor
  • director
  • writer
Years active1984–present
Spouses
(m. 1987; div. 1990)
Kelly Phillips
(m. 1994; div. 2007)
Yvonne Boismier
(m. 2007)
Children5

Phillips made his Broadway debut with the 1996 revival of The King and I, earning a Tony Award nomination for his portrayal of King Mongkut of Siam. Phillips' other notable films include Young Guns (1988), Young Guns II (1990), Courage Under Fire (1996), The Big Hit (1998), Brokedown Palace (1999), Che (2008), and The 33 (2015). In the television series Longmire, he played a main character named Henry Standing Bear. He played New York City Police Lieutenant Gil Arroyo on Prodigal Son on FOX from 2019 to 2021.[2]

Early life edit

Phillips was born February 17, 1962, at the Subic Bay Naval Station in the Philippines, the son of Lucita Umayam Aranas and Gerald Amon Upchurch (1935–1963),[3] a Marine KC-130 crew chief.[1][4][5] His father was an American of Scots-Irish and Cherokee descent.[6][7][8]

Phillips was named after the US Marine Leland "Lou" Diamond.[9][10] After his father's death, he was adopted by his stepfather and his surname was changed to Phillips.[11][12][13]

Phillips was raised in Texas. He graduated from Flour Bluff High School in Corpus Christi in 1980 and from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Drama.[14]

Career edit

1980s edit

The first low-budget film in which he starred was called Trespasses. Phillips' big break came with the starring role in La Bamba (1987) in which he played early rocker Ritchie Valens. Prior to his cinematic breakthrough, he starred in the Miami Vice episode "Red Tape" (March 13, 1987), portraying detective Bobby Diaz.

In 1988, Phillips co-starred with Edward James Olmos in the inner-city high school drama Stand and Deliver, in a role for which he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture[15] and won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male.[16] He plays Angel David Guzman, a cholo gangster who is inspired by his math teacher, Jaime Escalante, to excel at calculus. Working to master the subject, he develops a friendship with his teacher. Stand and Deliver was filmed before La Bamba, but it was released a year later.

 
Lou Diamond Phillips in 1987, the year that the film "La Bamba" was released

In 1988 Phillips co-starred with Emilio Estevez and Kiefer Sutherland in the Western film Young Guns, in which he plays Jose Chavez y Chavez, a historical Old West outlaw.

1990s edit

In 1990, he revisited the role of Jose Chavez y Chavez in Young Guns II.

In the mid-1990s, Phillips was a vocalist with the Los Angeles-based rock group The Pipefitters.[17]

In 1993, Phillips was among the guests on the Randy Travis television special Wind in the Wire.[18]

In 1996, Phillips made his Broadway debut as the King in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's The King and I. Phillips won a Theatre World Award, and was nominated for both a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for his performance.[19]

In 1998, he starred as Cisco, the counterpart of the main character Melvin Smiley (played by Mark Wahlberg) in the comedy-action film The Big Hit.

2000s edit

He later featured a minor role in the TV sitcom George Lopez (2002–2004) as George Lopez's half-brother. He also played a role in the first season of the TV series 24 as secret government agent Mark DeSalvo, opposite former Young Guns star Kiefer Sutherland. Phillips played the recurring role of FBI agent Ian Edgerton in the television series Numb3rs. Edgerton is an FBI tracker and sniper who works as an instructor at Quantico FBI Academy when he is not working a case in the field. Phillips won the second season of the NBC reality series, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, over pro wrestler Torrie Wilson. Phillips currently hosts the weekly series An Officer and a Movie on The Military Channel. This series features various theatrical World War II dramas, with discussion breaks during the film in which Phillips interviews members of the US military and intelligence communities about details of the events that inspired each film.

In 2003, he starred in a cameo role with Harrison Ford in an action-comedy film Hollywood Homicide.

On September 11, 2007, Phillips joined the touring troupe for Lerner and Loewe's Camelot in the role of King Arthur.[20]

Phillips had a recurring role as Colonel Telford in the Stargate Universe television series during its two-season run on the SyFy channel 2009–2011. He played the would-be commander of the Destiny expedition, who is left behind when an accident launches an unsuspecting crew into deep space. The commander works from Earth to bring the crew home, often coming into conflict with the shipborne command characters.

2010s edit

In January 2012, he was one of eight celebrities participating in the Food Network reality series Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off.[21] On January 29, 2012, he was announced as the winner with a Zagat score of 28 out of 30, thereby winning $50,000 for his charity.

In June 2012, Phillips began co-starring in the television series Longmire, about a modern-day sheriff played by Robert Taylor. Phillips played Henry Standing Bear, a Native American, who is Longmire's best friend, often helping him with cases and in dealing with the reservation police who do not respect or like outsiders, especially other law enforcement.

In December 2012, he was featured in Imagine Dragons' music video for "Radioactive",[22] which went on to eclipse 1 billion views on YouTube.[23]

 
Phillips performing at an after-party for the film Filly Brown at the 2013 Miami International Film Festival

In February 2013, Phillips appeared as star of the comedy short film Lucy in the Sky with Diamond, playing a hyperbolized version of himself known as the elusive and mysterious LDP—a renegade, spirit guide, and life coach who attempts to help John (John Patrick Jordan) get over a particularly disconcerting ex-girlfriend. The award-winning short was written and directed by Joey Boukadakis.[24]

In July 2014, he replaced the injured Jason Scott Lee in Opera Australia's Melbourne production of The King and I, reprising his role as the King of Siam, playing opposite Lisa McCune as Anna Leonowens.[25]

In 2015, he also guest-starred in The Wiggles Rock and Roll PreSchool DVD and made guest appearances on their TV program on ABC.

In 2016, Phillips portrayed serial killer Richard Ramirez in The Night Stalker.[26]

2020s edit

In 2023, Phillips competed in season nine of The Masked Singer as "Mantis". After being spared by Robin Thicke" ringing the Ding Dong Keep It On Bell on "WB Movie Night", he was eliminated during the "Battle of the Saved" alongside Keenan Allen as "Gargoyle". Phillips also mentioned that he did the competition for his daughter Indigo and her friend Fluffy.

Radio edit

Phillips starred in four episodes of the radio series The Twilight Zone: Vol. 1, "A Kind of a Stopwatch"; Vol. 3, "The Parallel;[27] Vol. 10, "Miniature";[citation needed] and Vol. 12, "Long Live Walter Jameson".[citation needed]

Writing edit

Phillips co-wrote the screenplay for Trespasses and HBO's Dangerous Touch, and wrote the Miramax feature Ambition. In 2019 Aethon Books announced that it would be publishing Phillips' debut novel, Tinderbox: Soldier of Indira, a science fiction retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen story of the same name, illustrated by his wife, Yvonne.[28]

Poker edit

Phillips has been a regular poker player since college.[29] In May 2009, Phillips placed 31st of 403 entrants in the 2009 California State Poker Championship Limit Texas hold 'em.[30] He cashed in the $10,000 July 2009 World Series of Poker World Championship No Limit main event.[31] In a field of 6,494, he was eliminated in the phase from 407 to 185. He started the day in 114th place among the 407 and was busted on the final hand of the day finishing in 186th place and earning $36,626.[32][33]

Personal life edit

Relationships and family edit

During the making of Trespasses, he met Julie Cypher, an assistant director. They married on September 17, 1987, and divorced on August 5, 1990. After their divorce, Cypher came out as lesbian and began a long-term relationship with Melissa Etheridge.[34]

On the set of the film Shadow of the Wolf (1992), he met Jennifer Tilly to whom he was briefly engaged.

In 1994, he married makeup artist Kelly Phillips,[35] with whom he has three daughters. They separated in 2003 and their divorce was finalized in July 2007, due to a difficult mediation.[36][37]

Phillips began dating makeup artist Yvonne Boismier in 2004. He was charged with domestic battery against her in 2006.[38] They married in August 2007 and their daughter was born in October 2007.[citation needed] They are partners on writing and illustrating Lou's first published novel.[citation needed]

Legal troubles edit

On August 11, 2006, Phillips was arrested for disturbing the peace at his Los Angeles home following loud noises coming from the house he shared with his live-in girlfriend and future wife, Yvonne Boismier.[39] In December 2006, he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of disturbing the peace and was sentenced to three years of probation.[40]

On November 3, 2017, Phillips was arrested in Portland, Texas, after stopping his vehicle to ask a police officer for directions while intoxicated.[41] He was charged with reckless driving. Phillips was released after posting bail.[42] In April 2018, following a plea deal, Phillips was sentenced to two years of probation.[43]

Activism edit

 
Phillips speaking at the Filipino American Library Spirit Awards and Dinner Gala in Los Angeles in October 2006

Phillips serves on the advisory council of The Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment, an organization that "champions diversity by educating, connecting, and empowering Asian American and Pacific Islander artists and leaders in entertainment and media."[44]

Indian Country Today has reported that Phillips is part Cherokee on his father's side.[6] He has remained close to the Native American community and was adopted by an Oglala Lakota Sioux family in a traditional ceremony in 1991.[45] His Lakota name translates to "Star Keeper".[46] In 1990, Phillips organized a concert called "The Winds of Life" to benefit Native American causes.[47]

Phillips is also a member of the Canadian charity Artists Against Racism.[48] In 2020, he appeared in the NoH8 LGBTQ equality campaign.[49]

Awards and achievements edit

Filmography edit

Film edit

Year Title Role Notes
1984 Interface Punk #1
1986 Trespasses Drifter Also writer
1987 La Bamba Ritchie Valens
1988 Dakota John Dakota
1988 Stand and Deliver Angel David Guzman Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male
Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture
1988 Young Guns José Chavez y Chavez
1989 Disorganized Crime Ray Forgy
1989 Renegades Hank Storm
1990 Arduous Moon Bob Short film
1990 Young Guns II José Chavez y Chavez
1990 A Show of Force Jesus Fuentes
1990 The First Power Detective Russell Logan
1990 Demon Wind Demon Uncredited cameo
1991 The Dark Wind Officer Jim Chee
1991 Ambition Mitchell Osgood Also writer
1992 Shadow of the Wolf Agaguk
1993 Extreme Justice Detective Jeff Powers
1994 Dangerous Touch Mick Burroughs Also director and writer
1994 Sioux City Jesse Rainfeather Goldman Also director
1994 Teresa's Tattoo Wheeler
1994 Boulevard Hassan
1996 Courage Under Fire Staff Sergeant John Monfriez Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Supporting Actor – Adventure/Drama
1998 The Big Hit Cisco
1998 Another Day in Paradise "Jewels" Uncredited
1999 Brokedown Palace Roy Knox
1999 Bats Sheriff Emmett Kimsey
2000 Picking Up the Pieces Officer Alfonso
2000 Supernova Yerzy Penalosa
2000 A Better Way to Die William Dexter
2001 Knight Club Dirk Gueron
2001 Route 666 Deputy U.S. Marshal Jack La Roca
2002 Lone Hero Bart
2002 Stark Raving Mad Gregory
2002 Malevolent Jack Lucas
2003 Hollywood Homicide Wanda
2003 Absolon Agent Walters
2006 Striking Range Eugene "Vash" Vasher[50]
2006 El Cortez Manny DeSilva
2006 Fingerprints Doug
2008 Che: Part Two Mario Monje
2008 Death Toll Mayor Padial
2008 Never Forget Frank Hill
2010 The Invited Garrett
2010 Transparency David
2012 Filly Brown Jose Tonorio
2013 Sanitarium James Silo
2014 Sequoia Colin
2014 The Wisdom to Know the Difference Carlos
2015 The 33 Luis "Don Lucho" Urzúa
2015 Sky Duane
2016 Tao of Surfing Mick Also director
2017 Cop and a Half: New Recruit Detective Simmons
2017 Created Equal Monsignor Renzulli
2017 Avenge the Crows Casper
2018 Urban Country Warden Tono
2019 Big Kill Johnny Kane
2022 Easter Sunday Himself
2023 Et Tu Brent
2024 Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths – Part One Owlman, Spectre (voice) Direct-to-video[51]
2024 Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths – Part Two Spectre (voice) Direct-to-video

Television edit

Year Title Role Notes
1984 Time Bomb Terrorist TV film, uncredited
1985 Dallas Sidewalk Thug Episode: "Rock Bottom"
1987 The Three Kings "Tag" TV film
1987 Miami Vice Detective Bobby Diaz Episode: "Red Tape"
1990 Sesame Street Himself 2 episodes
1991 General Motors Playwrights Theater "Clash" Episode: "Avenue Z Afternoon"
1993 Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration Himself TV film; segment "Monster in the Mirror"
1993 Tales from The Crypt Jerry Episode: "Oil's Well That Ends Well"
1993 The Untold West The Narrator Episode: "Outlaws, Rebels and Rogues"
1994 Override Cal TV short
1995 The Wharf Rat Petey Martin TV film
1996 Undertow Jack Ketchum TV film
1997 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Coatl Voice, episode: "The Shoemaker and the Elves"
1998 Spin City Nate Episode: "An Officer and a Gentleman"
1998 The Outer Limits Captain Cotter McCoy Episode: "Identity Crisis"; also directed episode: "Blank Slate"
1998 Adventures from the Book of Virtues Martín Voice, episode: "Charity"
1999 Crucible of Empire: The Spanish-American War Emilio Aguinaldo Voice, documentary
1999 In a Class of His Own Ricardo "Rich" Donato TV film
2001 Hangman Detective Nick Roos TV film
2001–2002 Wolf Lake John Kanin / Noah Cassidy 10 episodes
2001 Night Visions Tom Fallor Episode: "Dead Air/Renovation"
2002 24 Mark DeSalvo 2 episodes
2002 The Twilight Zone Ritchie Almares Episode: "The Pool Guy"; also directed episode: "Into the Light"
2002 Resurrection Blvd. Harry Tran 2 episodes; also directed episode: "Verguenza"
2003 George Lopez George Lopez 2 episodes
2003 Red Water John Sanders TV film
2003 K10C: Kids' Ten Commandments Natha Voice, TV short
2003 The Handler Andy Torres Episode: "Jar of Spiders"
2004 The Trail to Hope Rose Keenan Deerfield TV film
2005 Gone, But Not Forgotten Alan Page TV film
2005 Murder at the Presidio Chief Warrant Officer James Chandler TV film
2005 Jack & Bobby Juan Roberto Alba Episode: "Legacy"
2005 Alien Express Vic Holden TV film
2005 The Triangle Meeno Paloma TV mini-series (3 episodes)
2005-2010 Numbers Ian Edgerton Recurring character
2006 Aquaman Tom Curry TV short
2006 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Victor Paul Gitano Episode: "Fault"
2007 Psych FBI Special Agent Lars Ewing Episode: "Psy vs. Psy"
2007 Termination Point Dr. Daniel Winter TV film
2008 Lone Rider Bobby Hattaway TV film
2009 The Beast Capone Episode: "Capone"
2009 Love Takes Wing Ray Russell TV film; also director
2009 Angel and the Badman "Quirt" Evans TV film
2009 Carny Atlas TV film
2009–2011 Stargate Universe Colonel David Telford Recurring (20 episodes)
2010 American Dad! Rusty Voice, episode: "There Will Be Bad Blood"
2011 Chuck Augusto Gaez Episode: "Chuck Versus the Cat Squad"
2011 Cougar Town Himself Episode: "Free Fallin'"
2011 Happily Divorced David Episode: "A Kiss Is Just a Kiss"
2011 Metal Tornado Michael Edwards TV film
2011 Criminal Behaviour Lieutenant Henry Enriquez TV film
2012–2017 Longmire Henry Standing Bear Main role (63 episodes); also directed episode: "Fever"
2012 Southland Officer Danny Ferguson 2 episodes
2012 The Aquabats! Super Show! The Spirit of The Sun Episode: "Eagle Claw!"
2013 Ironside Stuart White Episode: "Hidden Agenda"
2014 Hell's Kitchen Himself Episode: "7 Chefs Compete"
2015 Another Period Yengundo Episode: "Funeral"
2015, 2020 Blindspot Saúl Guerrero 3 episodes
2016 The Night Stalker Richard Ramirez TV film
2016–2020 Elena of Avalor Victor Delgado Voice, 15 episodes
2017 Training Day Thurman Ballesteros Episode: "Sunset"
2017 The Ranch Clint 3 episodes
2017 You're the Worst Himself Episode: "Dad-Not-Dad"
2017 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Jeff Romero Episode: "The Big House"
2017 Graves  – Episode: "They Die Happier"
2017 Hawaii Five-O Wes Lincoln Episode: "Ka Laina Ma Ke One"
2018 Criminal Minds Sheriff Clifford Mason Episode: "Submerged"
2018 NCIS: New Orleans Deputy Chief Gossett 2 episodes
2018 Goliath Oscar Suarez 2 episodes
2018–2020 Blue Bloods Luis Delgado 4 episodes
2018 Fear the Walking Dead Director only; episode: "MM 54"
2019 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director only; episode: "The Other Thing"
2019 The Lion Guard Surak Voice, 6 episodes
2019–2021 Prodigal Son Gil Arroyo Main role (33 episodes); also directed episode: "Face Value"
2020 Family Guy Narragansett Tribe Leader Voice, episode: "Pawtucket Pat"
2020 The George Lucas Talk Show Himself Episode: "THX-2021"
2021 Trese Mayor Sancho Santamaria Voice, 2 episodes; English version[52]
2022 The Cleaning Lady Joe Fabroa Episode: "Kabayan"
2022 Bull Colonel Victor Taggart Episode: "The Hard Right"
2022 Firebuds Chief Bill Bayani Voice, 3 episodes
2023 The Masked Singer The Mantis Portrayer and voice, 2 episodes

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