Television and film
- The Soaps Here is a page on the different 'soaps' Philip has appeared in
- Corridors of Powera satirical comedy about the private and public lives of two ambitious Parliamentary backbenchers facing a forthcoming Federal election. Philip plays Michael Fielding
- Cleopatra (1999) Two part tv mini-series starring Timothy Dalton and Billy Zane, with Philip as Cornelius, one of Caesar's Generals.
- Inspector Morse: The Wench is Dead Episode of the popular mystery series. Philip plays Dr. Benfield, who treats Morse in hospital.
- Ultraviolet Uk, 6 part television mini-series. Modern take on the vampire legend, with Philip in the role of Pearse, leader of a squad of vampire slayers.
- The Young Doctors - Australian soap opera
- The Governor - Philip had ongoing role as the husband of a female prison governor. (series, UK)
- To Market, To Market (Edward) (film, 1987)
- Colour in the Creek (mini series)
- Flight Into Hell (mini series)
- Cassidy (mini series)
- Fields of Fire (mini series)
- Brides of Christ (Ian MacGregor) (mini series, available on video - Philip is in episode 3)
- The Damnation of Harvey McHugh (Mini-series, Major, recurring role as Michael Muldoon, "The Minister") Winner of AFI Award for Best Episode in a TV Drama Series, "Hey St Jude". Produced by Sue Masters, ABC TV and Heartland, Episode 7 Produced by Bruce Best, Northway Productions and ABC TV
- Police Rescue (TV series, pilot episode)
- Sons and Daughters (TV series)
- Play School (TV series, presenter for many, many years)
- Army Wives (telemovie)
- The First Kangaroos (telemovie)
- Emoh Ruo (Les Tunkley) (film)
- Les Misérables - The Tenth Anniversary Concert Performance, available on video.
- Once in a Blue Moon - A Celebration of Australian musical theatre (special, video)
From 'The Unknown Soldier'
- The Fall 1998 film starring Jurgen Prochnow and featuring Philip Quast.
- Napoleon - Live action film with talking animals (a la 'Babe') about a Golden Retriever puppy's adventures in the Outback. Philip provides the voice of 'Birdo', one of the native animals Napoleon encounters. (film, 1996)
- Around the World in 80 Ways (Wally Davis) (film) (Available on video)
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