Anna Lise Phillips is an Australian actress. Her first major film role was in The Boys (1998) shortly followed by Envy (also known as The New Girlfriend) for which she was nominated for an AFI for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film. Other films of note include Sundance award winning; Animal Kingdom, Walking on Water, BackTrack, The Pack, A Wreck a Tangle, and The Tank.
In 2002 Phillips played Mabel Fine in Icon's telemovie The Three Stooges with Michael Chiklis, Paul Ben Victor, and Evan Handler.
Phillips first entered the realm of Television in 2002 starring in Channel 9's Young Lions also starring Alex Dimitriadies and Tom Long. Show runner, Micheal Jenkins, is known for his TV hits, Heartbreak High and Blue Murder.
In 2009, she appeared as Jeneana Palmer in Channel Seven's TV soap opera Home and Away.
Phillips has appeared in many Australian TV series including McLeod's Daughters, The Secret Life of Us, Farscape, Stingers, Murder Call, Good Guys Bad Guys, Water Rats, Wildside, Farscape, The Killing Field, Heartbreak High, Terra Nova, Bastard Boys, Crownies, City Homicide.
In 2012, she was cast in a recurring role in the American television series Revolution alongside Billy Burke and Giancarlo Esposito.
In 2014 Phillips starred in Foxtel's miniseries Devil's Playground with Toni Collette.
In 2016 she starred in US comedy; Sensitivity Training, which made waves at The Los Angeles Film Festival.
The actress is sometimes credited as Anna Lise, Anna Lise Philips, and Anna-Lise Phillips.
Phillips grew up in Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia where she was a founding member of the Corrugated Iron Youth Theatre. Her mother is Dr Maggi Phillips.