Phil Silvers

Biography

Phil Silvers (May 11, 1911 – November 1, 1985) was an American entertainer and comedy actor, known as "The King of Chutzpah." He is best known for starring in The Phil Silvers Show, a 1950s sitcom set on a U.S. Army post in which he played Sergeant Bilko.

34 titles Acting

3.2

The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood

1980 · William B. Warkoff

4.4

There Goes The Bride

1980 · Psychiatrist

3.6

Racquet

1979 · Arthur Sargent

6.5

The Cheap Detective

1978 · Hoppy

5.3

The Chicken Chronicles

1977 · Max Ober

4.7

Won Ton Ton: the Dog Who Saved Hollywood

1976 · Murray Fromberg

6.6

Joys

1976 ·

6.0

The Strongest Man in the World

1975 · Krinkle

5.5

The Boatniks

1970 · Harry Simmons

6.8

Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell

1968 · Phil Newman

6.2

Carry On Follow That Camel

1967 · Sergeant Nocker

6.7

A Guide for the Married Man

1967 · Technical Advisor (Realtor)

7.6

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

1963 · Otto Meyer

6.6

40 Pounds of Trouble

1962 · Bernie Friedman

6.1

Lucky Me

1954 · Hap Schneider

5.7

Top Banana

1954 · Jerry Biffle

7.2

Summer Stock

1950 · Herb Blake

6.3

If I'm Lucky

1946 · Wallingham M. 'Wally' Jones

6.1

A Thousand and One Nights

1945 · Abdullah

6.8

Diamond Horseshoe

1945 · Blinkie Miller

6.2

Don Juan Quilligan

1945 · 'Mac' MacDenny

6.9

Cover Girl

1944 · Genius

6.0

Something for the Boys

1944 · Harry Hart

6.7

Four Jills in a Jeep

1944 · Eddie

6.6

Coney Island

1943 · Frankie

6.6

A Lady Takes a Chance

1943 · Smiley Lambert

7.4

Tales of Manhattan

1942 · First Salesman at Santelli's

6.5

My Gal Sal

1942 · Wiley

7.1

All Through the Night

1942 · Waiter

6.4

Footlight Serenade

1942 · Slap

6.1

Just Off Broadway

1942 · Roy Higgins

7.0

Roxie Hart

1942 · Babe

5.5

Ice-Capades

1941 · Larry Herman

6.3

Wild Man of Borneo

1941 · Murdock, Side Show Barker

6.5

Lady Be Good

1941 · Master of Ceremonies

6.3

The Penalty

1941 · Hobo

6.6

Tom, Dick and Harry

1941 · Ice Cream Vendor

6.3

You're in the Army Now

1941 · Breezy Jones

6.2

Hit Parade of 1941

1940 · Charlie Moore