Todd Phillips is a film director, screenwriter, actor, and producer.
Phillips also goes by Todd Bunzl and is known for his directing and writing for movies, such as "The Hangover trilogy", "Due Date", "Road Trip", "Old School", and "Project X".
Phillips first documentary film was called "Hated: GG Allin and the Murder Junkies".
He later collaborated and co-directed with Andrew Gurland in "Frat House" which was his second documentary film.
"Frat House" is about college life and fraternities which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
The documentary won the Grand Jury Prize for its features in 1998.
Phillips third documentary was "Bittersweet Motel" which was later presented at a two-day festival located in Maine.
The festival is known as "The Great Went" which drew at least 70,000 individuals worldwide.
Ivan Reitman inspired Phillip to write and direct his comedy films, such as "Old School" and "Road Trip".
Reitman is an director and producer and owns Reitman's Montecito Picture Company.
In 2006, Phillips worked on "Borat", but he redirected his director's position in 2005.
He redirected his position because of his perception of creativity and was nominated for an Oscar for Best Adapted Screen play his responsibility and position in the story.
In 1993, Phillips directed, produced, and wrote the "Hated: GG Allin and the Murder Junkies", "Road Trip", "Bittersweet Motel"(2000), and "School for Scoundrels" in 2006.
In 1998, Phillips directed, produced, and wrote several movies, such as "Frat House", "Old School" (2003), "Due Date"(2010), "The Hangover Part ll"(2011), "The Hangover Part lll"(2013).
In 2000, Phillips directed, wrote, and acted in the following movies which are "Road Trip", "Starsky and Hutch"(2004).
In 2009, Phillips directed, produced, and acted in "The Hangover".
In 2012, Phillips only produced the "Project X" and did not direct, act, or wrote any material of the movie.
Phillip stars in "Road Trip" as "Foot Lover on Bus" in year 2000 which he appeared as wearing a wig and track suit.
In 2009, Phillips role was "Mr. Creepy" in "The Hangover", but in "The Hangover Part lll" his role went uncredited which he played a robed man giving a woman money in a hotel room.
In 2010, Phillip role was a man named Barry who was a smoker in the film "Due Date".
In 2003, he played as the "Gang Bang Guy" which Phillips was credited for in "Old School". Phillips also appears in a curly wig and track suit in "Old School"
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