Phil Valentine has been in the entertainment business for over thirty years, beginning as an actor. He has performed in movies, plays and commercials worldwide.
He became a producer and director when he co-wrote, produced and directed “The Richard’s Riddle,” a successful mystery dinner theater show, which is still running after 25 years!
His original and creative productions earned him a position with the Phillip Morris Company as creative consultant and operations manager for The Marlboro Adventure Team, the largest consumer promotion in American history at that time.
From there Phil began writing and directing shows around the world for companies like Walt Disney, Universal Studios, FOX, New Line Cinema, Six Flags and many others.
After writing the very successful Fox Family Channel Original movie, “Ice Angel”
Phil was hired to produce the independent film “Siren” which led him to write and direct the independent sitcom pilot “Gags.”
Phil became a performance coach teaching not only actors but salesmen, lawyers and other business executives how to become better presenters in a seminar based on his original book, “Why Can’t You Tickle Yourself?” His book and seminar are believed by some to be one of the most intensive and original techniques on performing today.
Phil travels the country as one of the nation’s leading Teambuilding facilitators for Best Corporate Events, the fastest growing teambuilding company in the country.
Most recently Phil has become a multi award winning documentary filmmaker with the critically acclaimed success of his most recent films “Who Will Stand” and “Women of War” documentaries which follow the plights of soldiers returning from war.