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Radio Broadcaster (voice, uncredited)
In 1962, he starred in a failed pilot for a proposed ABC adventure series called, "Barnstormers".
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Phillip Carey | Phil Carey
6' 4" (1.93 m)
Did You Know?
I had three prime time series and you tell someone to watch it and he's available to see it. He's at home with his family. Daytime is different. There's really no gratification doing a job when so many of your peers don't see it...So the gratification comes from the actor himself. He either enjoys the part, or it becomes a very difficult medium to act in.
In his series Tales of the 77th Bengal Lancers
(1956), the story of the British Cavalry unit, Phil's lead character was made Canadian instead of British because the New Jersey-born actor had difficulty perfecting an English accent.