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Phil Regan (I) (1906–1996)

Handsome, popular Irish-American tenor of the 30's and 40's who appeared in a film or two. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1943 Sweet Rosie O'Grady
Clark - Composer / Vocalist
 1939 She Married a Cop
Jimmy Duffy
 1937 Manhattan Merry-Go-Round
Jerry Hart
 1937 The Hit Parade
Pete Garland
 1936 Romance in the Air (Short)
Danny
 1935 Broadway Hostess
Tommy
 1935 We're in the Money
Singer Phil Logan
 1935 Romance of the West (Short)
 1935 In Caliente
Peter
 1935 Go Into Your Dance
Eddie 'Teddy' Rio
 1935 What, No Men? (Short)
Steve - Policeman
 1934 Sweet Adeline
Michael
 1934 Student Tour
Bobby Kane - Captain and Stroke of the Crew
 1934 Dames
Johnny Harris - Songwriter
 1934 Housewife
Radio Singer
 1934 The Personality Kid
Murray (uncredited)
 1934 The Key
Young Irishman Killed by Andrew
 1933 Moonlight and Pretzels
End Man (uncredited)
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Show Show Self (11 credits)
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Personal Details

Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Once a New York City Police Department detective who switched professions after working as a guard at a vaudeville party and showing off his singing and piano skills to partygoers that included a radio producer. See more »

Nickname:

"The Singing Cop"

Star Sign:

Gemini

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