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Philip Ettington

Philip Ettington was born on June 4, 1966 in West Midlands, England as Philip Shirley. As a child actor he quickly found an interest in all aspects of the entertainment industry, also from working as Assistant Producer in England for a friend of his biological Father, relative of his adoptive Father, the Executive Producer Lloyd Shirley. This led him to Los Angeles, where he continued his career from being a radio Disc Jockey, directing music videos, voiceover for television commercials, and print modeling; while at the same time acting in film and television. Today he still continues to act, but his main focus is talent management, producing and screenwriting. According to official reports he has a net worth of $15 million.


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Born:
Jun 4, 1966 In Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
18
First Appeared:
In the movie The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 1966-12-23
Latest Project:
Movie Heat 1995-12-15
Known For
Filmography
Movie Heat Ellis (uncredited) 1995-12-15
Movie The Shawshank Redemption Frank (uncredited) 1994-09-23
Movie Pulp Fiction Michael (uncredited) 1994-10-14
Movie The Silence of the Lambs FBI Agent (uncredited) 1991-02-01
Movie The Hunt for Red October Lt. Oleg (uncredited) 1990-03-02
Movie Raging Bull Boxing Fan (uncredited) 1980-11-14
Movie Meteor Boy in Subway (uncredited) 1979-10-19
Movie The Swarm Train Passenger (uncredited) 1978-07-14
Movie Audrey Rose Customer in Store (uncredited) 1977-04-06
Movie Ransom Spencer (uncredited) 1975-03-13
Movie Jaws Scott (uncredited) 1975-06-18
Movie The Man Who Would Be King Abazzi (uncredited) 1975-12-03
Movie Magnum Force Ben (uncredited) 1973-12-24
Movie The Molly Maguires Boy at Football Game (uncredited) 1970-01-27
Movie The Italian Job Ronnie (uncredited) 1969-06-02
Movie Easy Rider Child in Commune (uncredited) 1969-07-14
Movie Battle of Britain Douglas (uncredited) 1969-09-15
Movie The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Baby Pedro (uncredited) 1966-12-23