| Hugh McPhillips|
| March 31, 1920
Suffern, New York, U.S. (1920-03-31) |
7th Daytime Emmy Awards
Rosemary Quigley McPhillips (1950-1990)
Brian & Michael & Maureen & Anne-Marie
Charlie McPhillips (Brother)
Helen McPhillips King (Sister)
October 31, 1990, Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Performer In A Drama Series
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Director for a Daytime Drama Series
Ted Corday, Betty Corday, Allan Chase, Irna Phillips
Hugh McPhillips Wikipedia
Hugh McPhillips (31 March 1920 – 31 October 1990) was an American actor and director.
McPhillips was born in Suffern, New York to an Irish American Catholic family of three children.
McPhillips was perhaps best known for winning a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cameo Appearance in a Drama Series for Days of Our Lives in the 1980 as Hugh Pearson. He played Andre, the restaurant host, in The Young and the Restless and also appeared in many soap operas & films in 1980's.
He died in October 1990 of injuries in an automobile accident in August of that year.
The following credits, Awards & Nominations have been taken from Hugh McPhillips on IMDb
- Freddy's Nightmares ....Cabin Fever (1989) 1 TV episode .... Old Man
- Murder, She Wrote ....Murder Through the Looking Glass (1988) 1 TV episode .... Father Paul Kelly
- Kandyland (1987) .... Minister
- The Young and the Restless .... Andre, Colonnade Room Patron / ... (4 episodes, 1986)... a.k.a. Y&R (USA: promotional abbreviation)
- Bachelor Party (1984) .... Father O'Donnell
- Joysticks (1983) .... Pope ... a.k.a. Joy Sticks (International: English title: video box title) ... a.k.a. Video Madness
- The Kid with the Broken Halo (1982) (TV) .... Pierce
- The Jeffersons .... Not So Dearly Beloved (1981) 1 TV episode .... Old Man
- Days of Our Lives (1965) TV series .... Hugh Pearson (unknown episodes, 1979)
- All in the Family .... The Return of Stephanie's Father (1 TV episode, 1979)....Derelict
1980 Won Daytime Emmy Outstanding Guest/Cameo Appearance in a Daytime Drama Series for Days of Our Lives in the 1980 as Hugh Pearson
1976 Nominated Daytime Emmy Outstanding Individual Director for a Daytime Drama Series for: "The Doctors (soap opera)"
1974 Nominated Daytime Emmy Best Individual Director for a Drama Series for: "The Doctors (soap opera)" (1963)facebook