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Phil Donlon


Founding member of The Gilead Theater Company, winner of various Chicago theater awards. His stage credits include work with The (original) Organic Theater company and Wisdom Bridge. Played Fick in the 1997 Chicago revival of "Balm In Gilead", Horst in "Bent". See full bio »

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Wrestled
Wrestled William
(2003)
High and Outside
High and Outside Phil Harding
(2017)
Friends
Friends Bellhop
(2002)

Filmography

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 2017 High and Outside
Phil Harding
 2015/I Homestead (Short)
Dillon McGuiness
 2010 Queen of the Lot
Policeman #1
 2009 Us: A Love Story (Short)
Man with rope
 2005 A Series of Small Things (Short)
Adam Mulligan
 2003 Unbroken (Short)
Man
 2003 Wrestled (Short)
William
 2002 Friends (TV Series)
Bellhop
- The One with the Sharks (2002) ... Bellhop (uncredited)
 2002 Tenfold
Graduate Student
 2000 Following Paula (Short)
Jason Tice
 1999 The Prodigy
Fraternity Member
 1999 Early Edition (TV Series)
Fruedenberg
- Fate (1999) ... Fruedenberg (uncredited)
 1998 Mercury Rising
Young Waiter (uncredited)
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Other Works:

2006: Commissioned to adapt "Saniya" a novel by Peter Spiros to the screen. See more »

Publicity Listings:

5 Articles | 2 Pictorials | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

Phillip G. Donlon
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Trivia:

Met up with Al Pacino in Chicago during the Premiere of his film "Two Bits" to give him a copy of the play "Al Pacino, Al Pacino" which Phil wrote and directed for his college directing project. See more »

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