Phil Harris

Phil Harris
1904 - 1995

Phil Harris  American Personality


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Phil Harris was previously married to Alice Faye (1941 - 1995) and Marcia Ralston (1927 - 1940).

Phil Harris had an encounter with Bobbe Arnst (1932 - 1933).


American Personality Phil Harris was born Wonga Philip Harris on 24th June, 1904 in Linton, Indiana and passed away on 11th Aug 1995 Palm Springs, California aged 91. He is most remembered for The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show. His zodiac sign is Cancer.

Phil Harris is a member of the following lists: Singers from Indiana, Comedians from California and Las Vegas entertainers.


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Relationship Statistics

Married2 54 years, 5 months 34 years, 7 months 14 years, 8 months
Encounter1 1 year - -
Total3 54 years, 5 months 23 years, 4 months 1 year


First Name Phil
Last Name Harris
Full Name at Birth Wonga Philip Harris
Age 91 (age at death) years
Birthday 24th June, 1904
Birthplace Linton, Indiana
Died 11th August, 1995
Place of Death Palm Springs, California
Cause of Death Heart Failure
Build Average
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Personality
Claim to Fame The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show
Music Genre Vocal
Music Style Vocal Pop, Stage & Screen, Soundtracks, Traditional Pop, Radio Plays, Jazz, Swing
Music Mood Stylish, Amiable/Good-Natured, Cheerful, Refined/Mannered, Freewheeling
Instrument Guitar, Drums, Vocals, Leader
Friend Jack Benny, Dick Powell, Bing Crosby, Frank Remley

Wonga Phillip "Phil" Harris (June 24, 1904 – August 11, 1995) was an American singer, songwriter, jazz musician, actor, and comedian. Though successful as an orchestra leader, Harris is remembered today for his recordings as a vocalist, his voice work in animation (probably most famous later in his career for his roles as bears, one being Baloo in Disney's The Jungle Book, and as Little John in Disney's Robin Hood). He also voiced Thomas O'Malley in Disney's The Aristocats. His last role was for the 1991 Don Bluth film Rock-A-Doodle, in which he voiced a character named Patou and provided the narration. Harris was also a pioneer in radio situation comedy, first with Jack Benny, and then in a series in which he co-starred with his wife, singer-actress Alice Faye, for eight years. In 1981, he sang Back Home Again in Indiana before the Indianapolis 500.

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Partner Comparison

Phil Harris91 CancerPersonality
Alice Faye83 TaurusActress
Bobbe Arnst77 LibraActress
Marcia Ralston82 VirgoActress


NameGenderBornAgeOther Parent
Phil Jr. (adopted)Male193583 years oldMarcia Ralston
AliceFemale19th May, 194276 years oldAlice Faye
Phyllis WandaFemale26th April, 194474 years oldAlice Faye


Rock-A-Doodle1991Narrator, Patou (voice)Movie
Concrete Cowboys1979TV Show
Fantasy Island1977Will FieldsTV Show
The Love Boat1977Harvey CronkleTV Show
Robin Hood1973Little John - A Bear (voice)Movie
The Gatling Gun1973Luke BolandMovie
The AristoCats1970O'Malley (voice)Movie
Here's Lucy1968Phil HarrisTV Show
That's Life1968TV Show
Mitzi1968Smiling Ernie AndersonTV Movie
The Cool Ones1967Fred MacElwaineMovie
The Jungle Book1967Baloo the Bear (voice)Movie
ABC Stage 671966TV Show
F Troop1965Flaming ArrowTV Show
The Patsy1964Chic WymoreMovie
The Bing Crosby Show1964Barney JenksTV Show
The Wheeler Dealers1963Ray Jay FoxMovie
Burke's Law1963Gus Watt, Rip FarleyTV Show
The Lucy Show1962Phil StanleyTV Show
Ben Casey1961Clarence SimmonsTV Show
Big Sell, The1960SalesmanTV Movie
The Betty Hutton Show1959Colonel BarkerTV Show
Anything Goes1956Steve BlairMovie
Good-bye, My Lady1956A. H. 'Cash' EvansMovie
Saturday Spectacular: Manhattan Tower1956BillyTV Movie
The High and the Mighty1954Ed JosephMovie
Shower of Stars1954PhilTV Show
Here Comes the Groom1951Phil Harris (uncredited)Movie
The Wild Blue Yonder1951Sgt. Hank StackMovie
The Red Skelton Hour1951John A. Ringading, Mr. CavendishTV Show
Starlift1951Phil HarrisMovie
Wabash Avenue1950Mike StanleyMovie
I Love a Bandleader1945Phil BurtonMovie
Buck Benny Rides Again1940PhilMovie
Dreaming Out Loud1940Peter AtkinsonMovie
Man About Town1939Ted NashMovie
Turn Off the Moon1937Phil Harris (as Phil Harris and His Orchestra)Movie
Harris in the Spring1937Phil HarrisShort Film
Romancing Along1937Movie
Double or Nothing1936Phil HarrisShort Film
Melody Cruise1933Alan ChandlerMovie
So This Is Harris!1933Phil HarrisShort Film
Why Be Good?1929Drummer in Band at The Boiler (uncredited)Movie
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Posted commentsView all comments (6)

JRPJul 4, 2010

WTF?! Where is the fisherman I saw on DEADLIEST CATCH?!

fisherman11Jun 22, 2010

Wrong Phil Harris!!! Yikes....

CindyCelebsCindyCelebsApr 22, 2010

Hi People. This is the correct profile for Phil Harris the bandleader. Do a (name) search not a general search of Phil Harris and Capt Phil Harris will come up on the list.

SueApr 12, 2010


Evelyn davenportApr 6, 2010

WRONG PHIL HARRIS FOLKS!!! I hope captain Phil`s friends and family don`t see your screw up. The man you featured on this page was a good man too. Just the wrong one. Pleas fix your mistake soon.

grrrrMar 10, 2010


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