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There are eighty Writers called Phil.

  • Phil Madeira

    Phil Madeira is an American songwriter, producer, musician and singer from Nashville, Tennessee. He was raised in Barrington, Rhode Island and attended Taylor University.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Madeira)

  • Phil Hartman

    Phil Hartman is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hartman)

  • Phil McGraw

    Phil McGraw is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil McGraw)

  • Phil Donahue

    Phil Donahue is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Donahue)

  • Phil Selway

    Phil Selway is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Selway)

  • Phil Foglio

    Phil Foglio is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Foglio)

  • Phil Hine

    Philip M. Hine, more commonly known as Phil Hine, is a writer, book reviewer, and occultist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hine)

  • Phil Plait

    Phil Plait is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Plait)

  • Phil Graham

    Phil Graham is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Graham)

  • Phil Vassar

    Phil Vassar is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Vassar)

  • Phil May

    Phil May is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil May)

  • Phil Alden Robinson

    Phil Alden Robinson was born March 1, 1950 in Long Beach, New York. He is an American film director and screenwriter whose films include Field of Dreams, Sneakers and The Sum of All Fears.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Alden Robinson)

  • Phil Kelly

    Phil Kelly (born 1946) is a English journalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Kelly)

  • Phil Coulter

    Phil Coulter is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Coulter)

  • Phil Creswick

    Philip Creswick (born 12 October 1965, Charlwood, Surrey, England) is a English musician and songwriter, and a former member of the boy band, Big Fun (1989-94).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Creswick)

  • Phil Elliott

    Phil Elliott (1960-) is a British comic book creator who was published in Escape Magazine. He was part of the British small press comics scene in the 80s.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Elliott)

  • Phil Rosenthal

    Phil Rosenthal (born July 14, 1963) has been media columnist for the Chicago Tribune since the spring of 2005. He had previously worked for the Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Daily News, The Capital Times of Madison, Wisconsin, and the News Sun of Waukegan, Illinois.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Rosenthal)

  • Phil Gordon

    Philip Stewart Gordon (born July 6, 1970) is an American professional poker player, author, and commentator, based in Las Vegas, Nevada. As of 2008, Gordon's total live tournament winnings exceed $1,700,000.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Gordon)

  • Phil Liggett

    Phil Liggett is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Liggett)

  • Phil Jimenez

    Phil Jimenez (born July 12, 1970,Thompson, Maggie and Miller, John Jackson. "Comics Industry Birthdays," CBGXtra Forum, Comic Buyer's Guide (June 10, 2005).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Jimenez)

  • Phil Vickery (chef)

    Philip Vickery (born 2 May 1961 in Folkestone, Kent) is an English celebrity chef. He is the former Head Chef of the Castle Hotel, Taunton where he won, amongst other awards, 4 AA rosettes and the AA Chef of the Year.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Vickery (chef))

  • Phil Redmond

    Phil Redmond CBE (born 1949 in Liverpool) is an English television producer and screenwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Redmond)

  • Phil Gould

    Phil Gould is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Gould)

  • Phil Mushnick

    Phil Mushnick is a sports writer who works for the New York Post. His column entitled "Equal Time" appears three times a week on Sunday, Monday and Friday.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Mushnick)

  • Phil Winslade

    Phil Winslade is a British comic book artist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Winslade)

  • Phil Georgeff

    Phil Georgeff (born January 1, 1931) is a retired racetrack announcer from the Chicago area.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Georgeff)

  • Phil Vischer

    Phil Vischer (born June 16, 1966) is a writer, actor, puppeteer, animator and founder of Big Idea Productions with Mike Nawrocki, although best known for founding Big Idea Productions and VeggieTales, is also a puppeteer and creator of the popular puppet web series, The Jelly News, which is produced from his new creative shop, Jellyfish Labs, located in Wheaton, IL.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Vischer)

  • Phil Keating

    Phil Keating (born April 11, 1968 Denver Post blogsite) is a national correspondent for the Fox News Channel based in the Miami bureau. During his career at Fox, Keating has covered major breaking news stories including the death of Anna Nicole Smith, Caylee Anthony, and the trial of Jose Padilla.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Keating)

  • Phil Frank

    Phil Frank is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Frank)

  • Phil Hester (comics)

    Phil Hester (born 1966 in Iowa) is an American comic book artist, penciller and writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hester (comics))

  • Phil Davis (cartoonist)

    Philip Davis (March 4, 1906–16 December 1964), born in St. Louis, Missouri, is an American illustrator who signed his work Phil Davis.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Davis (cartoonist))

  • Phil Cousineau

    Phil Cousineau (born in 1952) is an author, lecturer, independent scholar, screenwriter, and documentary filmmaker.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Cousineau)

  • Phil Gayle

    Phil Gayle (born 6 April 1964 in Birmingham, England) is a newsreader, currently working as a freelance journalist. Former credits include the The Big Breakfast and The ITV News Channel.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Gayle)

  • Phil Wainman

    Phil Wainman is a British record producer and songwriter, primarily active in the 1970s. He is noted for his work with Sweet, XTC, Dollar, Mud, and the Bay City Rollers.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Wainman)

  • Phil Leslie

    Phil L. Leslie (March 11, 1909, St.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Leslie)

  • Phil Hall (US writer)

    Phil Hall (born 1964) is an American writer. He is a contributing editor for the online magazine Film Threat.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hall (US writer))

  • Phil Hall (UK writer)

    Phil Hall (born 1962) is a former News and Features editor for the British comics magazine Comics International, as well as the creator and editor of the PDF comics magazine Borderline, which won the Best Comicbook Magazine award at the 2002 British Comicbook Awards. In addition to this, he has done work for DC Comics, Marvel Comics and a number of small independent publishers in the UK and USA.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hall (UK writer))

  • Phil Jones (journalist)

    Phil Jones is an English sports journalist and television reporter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Jones (journalist))

  • Phil Callaway

    Phil Callaway, who has achieved notoriety for his humorous writing and speaking, was born July 26, 1961 in Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. He has written more than 2 dozen books of family humor, children's literature, and novels, as well as hundreds of magazine articles.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Callaway)

  • Phil Seaman

    Phil Seaman (1947-1986) was a English piano based singer-songwriter who found fame with his hit single "Rain" in 1972, and the album Vermillion Memoirs of the same year.Phil Seaman: The Lost Soul - Edward Loyd, 1989... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Seaman)

  • Phil Hurley

    Phil Hurley (born October 7, 1969) is a versatile American singer-songwriter from Potsdam, New York. He has collaborated with many prominent musicians and bands in New York, Boston, Washington state, the Netherlands, Los Angeles, and Austin.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hurley)

  • Phil Ball

    Phil Ball (born 1957 in Vancouver, Canada) is a British writer based in Spain. .... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Ball)

  • Phil Chang

    Phil Chang is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Chang)

  • Phil Lipof

    Phil Lipof (born June 18, 1973) is a reporter for WABC-TV in New York City. He is a weekend anchor of WABC-TV's... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Lipof)

  • Phil Hardy (journalist)

    Phil Hardy is an English film and music industry journalist. He was born in Scarborough, Yorkshire in 1945 and studied at the University of Sussex, 1964-1969, during which time he was a visiting student at the Berkeley campus of the University of California (1966-1967).... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hardy (journalist))

  • Phil Roy

    Phil Roy is an American musician, singer, and songwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Roy)

  • Phil Gifford

    Phil Gifford is a New Zealand sportswriter and broadcaster. He has his own rugby radio show Front Row on Radio Sport from 8 to 10am on Saturdays.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Gifford)

  • Phil Bronstein

    Phil Bronstein (born 1951) was the executive vice president and editor of the San Francisco Chronicle.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Bronstein)

  • Phil Doyle (writer)

    Phil Doyle (born 1967) is an Australian writer, poet and journalist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Doyle (writer))

  • Phil Ashby

    Major Phil Ashby QGM (born 1970) is a former Royal Marines Commando officer, notable for his escape and evasion in the jungles of Sierra Leone in 2000.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Ashby)

  • Phil Gardner

    Phil Gardner (born 29 July 1973) is a British writer, playwright and journalist. He lives in Brighton, East Sussex, where he writes regularly for The Argus websiteThe Argus - Articles by Phil Gardner and The Kemptown Rag.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Gardner)

  • Phil Hall (poet)

    Phil Hall (born 1953) is a Canadian poet.The Writers' Union of Canada - Phil Hall He was raised on farms in the Kawarthas region of Ontario.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Hall (poet))

  • Phil Gladwin

    Phil Gladwin is a television writer and script editor. He was born in Grimsby in 1963.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Gladwin)

  • Phil Rees

    Phil Rees is a Welsh writer, reporter and television producer who has specialised in international relations. He has won more than a dozen international awards for his work.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Rees)

  • Phil Carradice

    Phil Carradice (born October 5, 1947), is a Welsh writer and broadcaster.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Carradice)

  • Phil Steele

    Phil Steele (born c. 1960) is an American sportswriter and analyst, who focuses exclusively on college and professional football.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Steele)

  • Phil Amato

    Phil Amato is currently a weekday anchor on First Coast News at WTLV/WJXX in Jacksonville, Florida. Amato co-anchors Good Morning Jacksonville Sunrise and Good Morning Jacksonville, the weekday broadcasts from 5 to 7 a.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Amato)

  • Phil Swern

    Phil Swern (born Anthony Philip Swern, 30 June 1948, Ealing) is a radio producer and music collector. He was formerly a record producerTony Blackburn - Chop-Chop and songwriter, plus he has also written for television.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Swern)

  • Phil Dusenberry

    Philip Bernard Dusenberry (April 28, 1936 – December 29, 2007) was an American advertising executive for the BBDO advertising agency.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Dusenberry)

  • Phil Goss

    Phil Goss is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Goss)

  • Phil Baxter

    Phil Baxter (September 5, 1896 – 1972) was an American songwriter, singer and band leader. Born on September 5, 1896 in Navarro County, Texas, he graduated from Daniel Baker College.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Baxter)

  • Phil Stong

    Phil Stong is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Stong)

  • Phil Ortiz

    Phil Ortiz is a 5 Time Emmy Winning Animator.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Ortiz)

  • Phil Cullen

    Phil Cullen is a graduate of the University of New England, Australia (Psychology) where he was Secretary of the Students Representative Council for a time and helped kick start community broadcasting in Australia, as Coordinator of Radio UNE and 2ARM (1995-1997). He set out to revitalise the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and currently walks for a living.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Cullen)

  • Phil Gascoine

    Phil Gascoine was a British comics artist, best-known for his work in girls' comics such as Jinty and Bunty, and in boys' comics such as Battle Action for which he drew The Sarge.Downthetubes interview, 2006 Interview with added tributes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Gascoine)

  • Phil King (cricketer)

    Benjamin Philip King, known as Phil King (22 April 1915–31 March 1970) was an English cricketer who played 117 first-class matches either side of the Second World War, first for Worcestershire, and then — despite his Yorkshire birthplace — for Lancashire. He was capped by Worcestershire in 1938, and by Lancashire in 1946.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil King (cricketer))

  • Phil Reay-Smith

    Phil Reay-Smith is a correspondent for ITV News.http://www.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Reay-Smith)

  • Phil Lampi

    Phil Lampi (born 1944 in Fitchburg, MA) is a scholar and historian. His career has been defined by his ground-breaking work reassembling records of early American election returns.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Lampi)

  • Phil Kosin

    Phil Kosin (born August, 1950, died August 10, 2009) was an American journalist, columnist, radio host, commentator, blogger and newspaper publisher from Chicago. From 1989 until his death, he served as editor and publisher of the Chicagoland Golf newspaper.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Kosin)

  • Phil Lavelle

    Phillip "Phil" Lavelle is an English-born and based TV news reporter and presenter. He workedfreelance with Five News, BBC London and BBC Breakfast.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Lavelle)

  • Phil Bowen

    Philip Hugh Bowen (born 1949) is a British poet, playwright, performer, teacher and biographer. He grew up in Liverpool where he taught from 1972 –1979.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Bowen)

  • Phil Collier

    Phil Collier (December 7, 1925 - February 24, 2001) was a sports writer who worked in the San Diego area for many years.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Collier)

  • Phil Henderson

    Phil Henderson, aka Philip Lewis or P. Lewis (born November 2, 1967 Atlanta, Georgia) is an American novelist, illustrator, essayist, and poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Henderson)

  • Phil Belbin

    Phil Belbin (born August 9, 1925 - early 1993 in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian artist and is best known for introducing the candy livery for the State Rail Authority of New South Wales in the 1980s and his video series from his archival collection.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Belbin)

  • Phil Young (writer)

    Phil Young is a native of Dunmanway in west Cork and now lives in Dublin. She graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, with an MPhil in Anglo-Irish literature, has had a number of short stories and articles published in various magazines and has featured on the RTÉ radio programme 'Sunday Miscellany'.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Young (writer))

  • Phil Barker

    Phil Barker is one of the major figures in the development of the modern hobby of tabletop wargaming, particularly that of ancient warfare, and is a co-founder of the Wargames Research Group.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Barker)

  • Phil Hall (journalist)

    Phil Hall (born 8 January 1955The Times 8 January 2010, Retrieved 2010-01-09) is a British PR consultant and former newspaper editor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Phil Hall (journalist))

  • Phil Brogan

    Philip Francis Brogan (1896 – 1983) was an Oregon journalist and author. He was a reporter, writer, and editor for the Bend Bulletin for 44 years, earning numerous awards for his work.... ( from the wikipedia article on Phil Brogan)

  • Phil Colclough

    Phil Colclough is a Scottish-born contemporary folk singer and songwriter. His best known works are "Song for Ireland" and "The Call and the Answer", both of which were covered by The Dubliners.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Phil Colclough)

  • Phil Town

    Philip Bradley Town is an American investor, motivational speaker, and financial writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phil Town)

Phil

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Lover of horses

Origin: Greek

Lucky Number: Eight

Popularity: Position 262 in 1947

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