Chester Alexander Phillips is an American author, biologist and political activist. He is mostly well known for publishing the documentary: A Day In The World We Made, for which he gained critical-acclaim and two Eden Prizes, and early fame. He even directed other documentaries like One Billion Dollars, For Sure and the polemical title Terrorist Next Door.
Chester was born to Mary and Christopher Phillips in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1949. At a young age, Chester would begin to study the human condition and politicians, too. At age of 20 he attended Harvard and later become a well-known figure in South United States.
Chester isn't married, but has adopted a child named David Phillips, who became a prominent political and critical person in the USA.