Biography

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.

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.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 33

Birthday 1966-06-04

Place of Birth Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, UK

Official Site http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2089755/

Also Known As

  • Pip

Acting TV ShowsMovies

Japan as Angus
No Humans Involved
Deceived
Ford Explorer
1995 Heat as Ellis (uncredited)
1994 The Shawshank Redemption as Frank (uncredited)
1994 Pulp Fiction as Michael (uncredited)
1993 Homicide: Life on the Street (1 episode) as Chris (uncredited)
1991 Soldier Soldier (1 episode) as Thomas (uncredited)
1991 The Silence of the Lambs as FBI Agent (uncredited)
1990 The Hunt for Red October as Lt. Oleg (uncredited)
1986 Boon (1 episode) as Steve (uncredited)
1984 The Bill (1 episode) as Graham (uncredited)
1980 Raging Bull as Boxing Fan (uncredited)
1980 Nice Work (1 episode) as Gavin (uncredited)
1979 Minder (1 episode) as Walt (uncredited)
1979 Meteor as Boy in Subway (uncredited)
1978 The Swarm as Train Passenger
1978 Grange Hill (1 episode) as Prefect (uncredited)
1977 Audrey Rose as Customer in Store (uncredited)
1975 The Man Who Would Be King as Abazzi (uncredited)
1975 Jaws as Scott (uncredited)
1975 Ransom as Spencer (uncredited)
1975 The Sweeney (1 episode) as Gary (uncredited)
1973 Magnum Force as Ben (uncredited)
1972 The Man Outside (1 episode) as Oliver (uncredited)
1970 Hell Boats as Jack (uncredited)
1970 The Molly Maguires as Boy at Football Game (uncredited)
1969 Special Branch (1 episode) as Peter (uncredited)
1969 Battle of Britain as Douglas (uncredited)
1969 The Italian Job as Ronnie (uncredited)
1969 Easy Rider as Child in Commune (uncredited)
1966 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly as Baby Pedro (uncredited)

Writing

No Humans Involved Author
Deceived Author
Ford Explorer Author

Production

No Humans Involved Executive Producer
Deceived Executive Producer
Ford Explorer Executive Producer

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