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Phillip Reed (March 25, 1908 - December 7, 1996) was an American actor. He was perhaps best known for his role as Steve Wilson in a series of four films (1947–1948) based on the Big Town radio series. Television appearances include a lead role in the 1955 anthology drama series Police Call. He also appeared as King Toranshah in the 1965 Elvis Presley musical film Harum Scarum. Reed died in 1996 and was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California.
IMDB Wikipedia

Full NameBig Town Playboys
Date Of BirthMarch 25, 1908
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York, USA
Height6' (1.83 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
SpouseAudrey Reed
Star SignAries
1Regularly did his own stunts.
2Often cast as society playboys, ethnics or swarthy villains.
3Attended Cornell University. Began his career in vaudeville, before working in Hollywood as a second lead.


Harum Scarum1965King Toranshah (as Philip Reed)
Burke's Law1963TV SeriesDr. Eric Techman
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour1962TV SeriesJohn O'Brien
Hawaiian Eye1962TV SeriesMaj. John Kirby
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1956-1962TV SeriesMr. Fellowes / Peter Kent / Ralph Cowell / ...
Riverboat1959TV SeriesDave Raleigh
The Ann Sothern Show1959TV SeriesClaude
Playhouse 901957-1958TV SeriesTom Buchanan / Francis Wells
The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial1957TV SeriesAugustus / Bennett
The Tattered Dress1957Michael Reston
General Electric Theater1957TV SeriesPhil
The Millionaire1955-1956TV SeriesJohn Baxter / Hotel Clerk
Lux Video Theatre1956TV SeriesField
Schlitz Playhouse1956TV Series
Matinee Theatre1956TV SeriesCharles Winslow
Screen Directors Playhouse1955TV SeriesSir Hubert Cornwall
Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion1955TV SeriesGeorge Langton
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing1955Robert Collier (as Philip Reed)
The Way of the World1955TV Series
Take Me to Town1953Newton Cole
Jeunes mariés1953
Thief in Silk1953
Fireside Theatre1952TV SeriesDon Jose
Orient Express1952TV SeriesDr. Carl Curtis
Cameo Theatre1951TV Series
Armstrong Circle Theatre1951TV Series
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse1950TV Series
Bandit Queen1950Joaquin Murietta
Tripoli1950Hamet Karamanly
Davy Crockett, Indian Scout1950Red Hawk
Ruthie on the Telephone1949TV SeriesRichard
Manhandled1949Guy Bayard
Daughter of the West1949Navo White Eagle (as Philip Reed)
Unknown Island1948Ted Osborne (as Philip Reed)
Bodyguard1948Freddie Dysen
Big Town Scandal1948Steve Wilson
Big Town After Dark1947Steve Wilson (as Philip Reed)
Pirates of Monterey1947Lt. Carlos Ortega
Song of the Thin Man1947Tommy Edlon Drake (as Philip Reed)
I Cover Big Town1947Steve Wilson
Song of Scheherazade1947Prince Mischetsky
Her Sister's Secret1946Richard 'Dick' Connolly
Big Town1946Steve Wilson
Rendezvous with Annie1946Lt. Avery
Hot Cargo1946Chris Bigelow
People Are Funny1946John Guedel
Old Acquaintance1943Lucian Grant (as Philip Reed)
A Gentleman After Dark1942Eddie Smith
Weekend for Three1941Randy
Aloma of the South Seas1941Revo (as Philip Reed)
Little Miss Molly1938Bob
Merrily We Live1938Herbert Wheeler
Madame X1937Jean
The Luckiest Girl in the World1936Percy Mayhew
The Last of the Mohicans1936Uncas
Klondike Annie1936Insp. Jack Forrest
The Murder of Dr. Harrigan1936Dr. Simon
Accent on Youth1935Dickie Reynolds
The Girl from 10th Avenue1935Tony Hewlett
The Case of the Curious Bride1935Dr. Millbeck
Gypsy Sweetheart1935ShortTom Van Dyke
Sweet Music1935Grant - the Announcer
The Woman in Red1935Dan McCall
Maybe It's Love1935Adolph Jr.
Big Hearted Herbert1934Andrew
A Lost Lady1934Ned
British Agent1934Gaston LeFarge
Dr. Monica1934'Bunny' Burton
Affairs of a Gentleman1934Carter Vaughn
Glamour1934Lorenzo Valenti
Registered Nurse1934Bill
Journal of a Crime1934Young Man at Party
Jimmy the Gent1934Ronny Gatson
Gambling Lady1934Steve
Fashions of 19341934Jimmy
The House on 56th Street1933Freddy
Female1933Freddie Claybourne
College Coach1933'Wes' Westerman


Weekend for Three1941performer: "Row, Row, Your Boat" or "The Old Log Hut" 1852
Fashions of 19341934performer: "My Man"

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