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Capt. Edward Parmalee / Capt. Edward A. Parmalee
Captain Edward Parmalee / Duke Logan
... Duke Logan
77 Sunset Strip
Charles 'Brick' Garrett / Chris Benton / Captain Glen Shore / ...
Marshal Frank Nolan / Cole Younger
Capt. Miles Keogh
The Ford Television Theatre
Dr. Douglas Gregg / Duffy's Man / Wayne Douglas / ...
... Dr. Douglas Gregg (as Phil Carey)
... Wayne Douglas (as Phil Carey)
Rick McAllister (as Phil Carey)
Frank Slayton (as Phil Carey)
Radio Broadcaster (voice, uncredited)
In 1962, he starred in a failed pilot for a proposed ABC adventure series called, "Barnstormers".
5 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
Phillip Carey | Phil Carey
6' 4" (1.93 m)
Colleen Marie Welch
Did You Know?
Ten percent of the actors work and the rest are unemployed...I don't know why actors aren't half dead with ulcers. But for some reason they can bite the bullet. You can get so many rejections you learn to hold it 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.