Bobbie Phillips is an American actress, animal advocate, and entrepreneur. Bobbie is best known for her role as Kam in the 1998 sci-fi action television movie Chameleon and it’s two sequels. Bobbie played Hannah Foster in the 1998 television series The Crow: Stairway to Heaven.
Bobbie’s first acting role was alongside Halle Berry in the sci-fi Fox comedy They Came From Outer Space. Bobbie was also sought out as a fitness and swimsuit model. Bobby appeared on the cover of Muscle & Fitness magazine four times and became a spokesmodel. Bobbie’s first regular television appearance was in the series The Watcher. Bobbie landed rolls in television and independent films ranging from comedies to martial arts films. In 1998, Bobbie portrayed Hannah Foster a.k.a. Talon in the television series The Crow: Stairway To Heaven.
Bobbie appeared in the film Chameleon as Kam and its sequels Chameleon II: Death Match and Chameleon 3: Dark Angel. She also made many appearances on numerous television shows such as The Hitchhiker, Stargate SG-1, The X-Files for which she won a best actress award, Married...with Children, Two Guys and a Girl and Baywatch.
Bobbie and her husband Anthony built Hotel Casa Chameleon in MalPais in the Costa Rican jungle. After less than a year, the hotel was named one of the “best hotels in the world” by Condé Nast Publications. Bobbie also is involved in animal rescue work around the world. Bobbie eventually sold her hotel in 2014 and returned to acting.
Personal Life Edit
Bobbie married to Anthony Filipetto in 2000. She has one son Mark (b. 1987) from a prior relationship. Unfortunately Mark committed suicide sometime in 2012. Bobbie currently resides in Canada with her husband Anthony and their three dogs.
- Bobbie was voted one of the “10 hottest faces of ‘95” by TV Guide Magazine
- Bobbie rides a motorcycle and races dirt bikes
- She initially studied to be a lawyer
- She is a member of Media Fellowship International (MFI)