Britain’s Got Talent impressionist Phil Green is unrecognisable after incredible body transformation
PHILIP Green got the attention of the nation with his hilarious impersonations on Britain's Got Talent.
The 30-year-old made it to the semi-finals of BGT's seventh season in 2013 after his iconic audition had everyone in stitches.
At the time, Philip worked at the Body Shop and in his audition impersonated his best mate Christie who had left her job at the Body Shop for a better job at Barratts shoes.
The talented actor did impressions of Natalie Cassidy, Lorraine Kelly, Stacey Solomon, and Louie Spence.
The BGT judges loved his performance and showered him with praise.
Amanda Holden told him: "You had us laughing before you even did anything."
Comedian David Walliams said: "You are like a butch version of me."
"You were really funny and loveable," Alesha Dixon added, before Simon Cowell the impressions that "worked" were "great".
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Making it through with four 'yes' from the judges, he added an Alesha Dixon impersonation to his semi-final performance.
He was voted out by the public, but that hasn't stopped him from forging a successful career in entertainment.
Philip has worked as an actor and film-maker, while also continuing to do impressions.
He's built up an impressive social media following with nearly 4million followers on TikTok.
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The star also shows off his incredible physique which he got through is impressive work as a stunt man.
Philip often works with fire and his Instagram is full of him showing off his amazing acrobatic skills.
Not long before his 30th birthday, Philip was accepted into the British Stunt Register – the UK's only member association for stunt professionals.
"Well…What an end to the year and my 20’s! Can finally say I’ve been accepted onto the British Stunt Register 🤩🥰🍾✨," he wrote on Instagram.
"I’ve dodged, ducked, dipped, dived & dodged over hurdles, wrenches & challenges 🔥
"I have met amazing friends for life, coaches and people that have supported and inspired me along the way! I also learnt so much about myself and what I can do not just physically but mentally 🙌🏽
"I can’t wait to carry on learning and getting better!"
Philip – who danced at the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony – decided to audition for BGT after starring in a panto alongside previous winner George Sampson.
"I was in Peter Pan in Derby as a dancer with George Sampson," Philip told the Mirror.
“We were at a party with all the company and I started doing my impressions for people.
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“George told me I should audition and go for it so I did. I thought if he is saying it then I should.
“He obviously won the show and it’s nice to know he thinks I’m good We still touch base every now and then.”
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