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Phil Savath (1946–2004)

Phil Savath was born on December 28, 1946 in New York, New York, USA. He was a producer and writer, known for Big Meat Eater (1982), The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (1988) and Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990). He was married to Susan. He died on November 3, 2004. See full bio »


(age 57)

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Big Meat Eater
Beverly Hills, 90210
Little Criminals
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 1999 These Arms of Mine (TV Series) (executive producer)
 1998 White Lies (TV Movie) (producer)
 1996-1997 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series) (consulting producer - 32 episodes)
- Graduation Day: Part 2 (1997) ... (consulting producer)
- Graduation Day: Part 1 (1997) ... (consulting producer)
- Senior Week (1997) ... (consulting producer)
- Mother's Day (1997) ... (consulting producer)
- All That Jazz (1997) ... (consulting producer)
 1995 Little Criminals (TV Movie) (producer)
 1993 Liar, Liar: Between Father and Daughter (TV Movie) (producer)
 1990 Max Glick (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- Love's Labour (1990) ... (producer)
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