Professional Puppeteer, Actor and Voice Artiste Providing Professional Puppeteering Services to the Entertainment Industry.
Philip Eason is a highly sought-after Professional Film and Television Puppeteer, with a vast amount of experience in Puppeteering and being a puppet co-ordinator for Film, Television, Commercials and Corporate videos and presentations.
His work can be seen on such iconic films as "Jim Henson's Labyrinth", "The Little Shop of Horrors", "Muppet Treasure Island", "Lost in Space", "Animal Farm", "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace" and many more.
He has travelled the world filming all manner of creatures and characters - be it a giant sea monster for "Mee Shee the Water Giant"; a talking pig for the live action film "Animal Farm"; A little Nutcracker boy for "The Nutcracker: The Untold Story"; and puppeteering real-time animated football stars for the 2014 World Cup.
He has been on the streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina and Wellington, New Zealand, operating the Honey Monster, the mascot of the famous breakfast cereal, Sugar Puffs. He was on the beach at Copacabana in Rio operating "Snuggles the Bear" for America's "Snuggles fabric softener", the suburbs of Vancouver, operating the Baby Rockchewer for "The NeverEnding Story III", or a secret location outside Stockholm, Sweden, for "ABBA - The Last Video".
His performances over the years have charmed children and adults alike, with television shows such as "Spitting Image" "Jim Henson's Storyteller", "Wizadora"," "Grotbags", The Spooks of Bottle Bay", "Tiny and Crew"," "The Slow Norris", "Dog and Duck" and CBeebies' "Mr Bloom's Nursery", puppeteering and voicing characters for Sky TV's "Yonderland". An anarchic mix of humans and puppets from the cast behind award-winning "Horrible Histories!" ... to name just a few.
In addition to his Puppeteering work, Philip Eason can offer a unique and fully comprehensive puppet performance, design and build service. The puppets can be subtle or wacky; fluffy or state-of-the-art animatronic; cute or gruesome - all working to your own design brief. Puppet Gallery.