Bijou Lily Phillips (born April 1 1980) is an American film actress, former fashion model, socialite, and singer. She is currently working on her second album.
Phillips has appeared in several films, such as Bully, The Door in the Floor, Havoc, Hostel: Part II, and Tart.
Bijou Phillips was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, and is the daughter of John Phillips of The Mamas and the Papas and his then-wife Geneviève Waïte, a South African model. She also is the half-sibling of Mackenzie Phillips, Jeffrey Phillips and Chynna Phillips. Her older brother is Tamerlane Phillips. The name "Bijou", which is French for "jewel," was taken from the song "Bijou" by Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. She was a child Equestrienne champion.
Bijou's early years were accelerated into overdrive when she began modeling at the age of 13. Emancipated from her parents the following year, Phillips went out on her own in New York City and although she initially resisted the lure of its cocaine-fueled nightlife after...
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Hostel: Part II is the sequel to Eli Roth's 2005 horror film Hostel. The film was released on June 8 in the United States and was later released on June 29 2007, in the United Kingdom.
Beginning where Hostel ended, Paxton (Jay Hernandez) is roused on a train in Slovakia and taken to a hospital and questioned by a member of Elite Hunting posing as a detective. Paxton is eviscerated before waking up from his nightmare. Paranoid about the Elite Hunting personnel he argues with his girlfriend Stephanie (Jordan Ladd) and leaves. The next morning she finds his decapitated body sitting at the kitchen table while his head is delivered to Sasha, a top operative of Elite Hunting (Milan Knazko).
Beth (Lauren German), Whitney (Bijou Phillips) and Lorna (Heather Matarazzo), the American protagonists who are studying abroad in Italy, meet Axelle (Vera Jordanova) who offers to take them out for drinks. They accept. Later, on a train, a man (Axelle's accomplice) "robs" Lorna, after which Axelle...,
Havoc (2005) is an American motion picture about the lives of wealthy Los Angeles, California, teenagers whose exposure to hip hop culture inspires them to imitate the "gangsta lifestyle". They soon run into trouble when they confront a gang of Latino drug dealers. The suburban teens come to understand that they aren't as street wise as they thought. The movie was directed by Barbara Kopple, and although shown at several film festivals, it went unreleased in the U.S. It was released on DVD on November 29, 2005. It was followed by a sequel, Havoc 2: Normal Adolescent Behavior.The film stars Anne Hathaway, Bijou Phillips, Shiri Appleby, Freddy Rodriguez, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Laura San Giacomo. The movie was filmed around Southern California, including Los Angeles, Altadena, Brentwood and Santa Monica.Havoc was subject of much Internet rumor that star Anne Hathaway participates in nude and sex scenes. Before this film, Hathaway primarily acted in tame comedies for Walt Disney Studios...,
Venom is a 2005 voodoo horror film starring Agnes Bruckner, Jonathan Jackson, Laura Ramsey, Meagan Good, DJ Cotrona, and Method Man. The movie marks the re-teaming of Kevin Williamson, creator of Scream, and director Jim Gillespie from I Know What You Did Last Summer.
Venom follows the story of several teenagers lost in the bayous of Louisiana trying to escape a mysterious evil.
A good Samaritan becomes the victim of voodoo spells in this horror story produced by Scream screenwriter Kevin Williamson. When an aged Creole woman is caught in a car wreck in a remote section of Louisiana, Ray (Rick Cramer), the owner of a nearby filling station, speeds to the scene of the accident to help. However, Ray doesn't know that the woman is a voodoo practitioner and that her vehicle holds a case full of magic talismans in the form of poisonous snakes (hence the title). The magical spirits lead Ray to an unexpected death, and then they take over his body, turning him into a bloodthirsty zombie...,
Bully is a 2001 movie, based on actual events, which stars Brad Renfro, Rachel Miner, Bijou Phillips, Nick Stahl, and Michael Pitt. It was written by Zachary Long and Roger Pullis in adaptation from the book Bully: A True Story of High School Revenge (ISBN 0-380-72333-6) by Jim Schutze.
Marty Puccio (Renfro) and his girlfriend Lisa (Miner) plot the murder of Bobby Kent (Stahl), in revenge for the continual abuse and psychological torture that Bobby has inflicted upon them. They are joined by several friends, including Ali Willis (Phillips), who tricks Bobby into thinking they are in a relationship. The entirety of the movie's filming took place during September of 2000 in and around where the actual events took place in Cooper City, Florida. It was directed by Larry Clark, whose other film credits include Kids and Ken Park.
In the beginning of the film, Alice (Ali) Willis (Bijou Phillips) and Lisa Connelly (Rachel Miner) are shown visiting Bobby Kent (Nick Stahl) and Marty Puccio (...,
Bijou Phillips was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, Fairfield County