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Phil Rhodes (I) (1916–2009)

Phil Rhodes was born on March 13, 1916. He is known for his work on Superman (1978), Death Wish (1974) and The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996). He was married to Marie Rhodes. He died on January 7, 2009 in California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Superman Make-Up Department
(1978)
Death Wish Make-Up Department
(1974)
The Island of Dr. Moreau Make-Up Department
(1996)
Don Juan DeMarco Make-Up Department
(1994)

Filmography

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 1996 The Island of Dr. Moreau (makeup artist: Mr. Brando - as Philip Rhodes)
 1994 Don Juan DeMarco (makeup artist: Mr. Brando)
 1990 The Freshman (hair / makeup: Mr. Brando)
 1982 Death Wish II (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1979 Love and Bullets (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1978 Superman (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1977 Telefon (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1977 The White Buffalo (makeup artist)
 1976 St. Ives (makeup artist)
 1976 Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1976 From Noon Till Three (makeup artist)
 1975 Breakheart Pass (key makeup artist - as Phillip Rhodes)
 1975 Hard Times (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1974 Death Wish (makeup artist - as Phillip Rhodes)
 1974 Mr. Majestyk (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1973 The Girl Most Likely to... (TV Movie) (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1973 The Stone Killer (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1972 The Mechanic (makeup artist - as Phillip Rhodes)
 1972 Last Tango in Paris (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1972 The Godfather (makeup - as Philip Rhodes)
 1971 Johnny Got His Gun (makeup artist - as Phillip Rhodes)
 1969 Marlowe (makeup artist - uncredited)
 1967 Reflections in a Golden Eye (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1966 The Appaloosa (makeup artist)
 1964 One Potato, Two Potato (makeup artist)
 1961 One-Eyed Jacks (makeup creator: Mr. Brando)
 1960 The Westerner (TV Series) (makeup artist - 1 episode)
- Going Home (1960) ... (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1960 Tess of the Storm Country (makeup artist)
 1960 Dante (TV Series) (makeup artist - 2 episodes)
- Dante's Dilemma (1960) ... (makeup artist)
- The Feline Traveler (1960) ... (makeup artist)
 1960 The Law and Mr. Jones (TV Series) (makeup artist - 2 episodes)
- The Baby (1960) ... (makeup artist)
- What's in a Name? (1960) ... (makeup artist)
 1960 The Tom Ewell Show (TV Series) (makeup artist - 1 episode)
- Tom Takes Over (1960) ... (makeup artist - as Phillip Rhodes)
 1960 Stagecoach West (TV Series) (makeup artist - 1 episode)
- High Lonesome (1960) ... (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1960 Black Saddle (TV Series) (makeup artist - 4 episodes)
- A Case of Slow (1960) ... (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
- The Return (1960) ... (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
- The Cabin (1960) ... (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
- Burden of Guilt (1960) ... (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1960 The Fugitive Kind (makeup artist - as Philip Rhodes)
 1957 Sayonara (makeup artist - uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Philip Rhodes | Phillip Rhodes

Spouse:

Marie Rhodes  (his death)
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Marlon Brando hired Rhodes to serve as his personal makeup artist. In the course of 40 years, he worked with Brando on many films and on the stage production of George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man," Brando's last stage appearance, in 1954. See more »

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