Leslie Phillips: The Star You Didn't Know You Knew

An English actor, voice artist, and author is known as the Ding Dong Man became known as Leslie Phillips. He gained fame for his catchphrases Ding Dong and He-llo.

Phillips was born in London in 1924. He started his career as a stage actor, appearing in West End productions. In the 1950s, he began appearing in films, including several Ealing comedies. Phillips has been married three times and has four children.

Leslie Phillips was most noted for his Carry On films. He appeared in three Carry Ons, Carry On Nurse, Carry On Teacher, and Carry On Constable.

Leslie Phillips was cast as the voice of the Sorting Hat in the Harry Potter movies. He was also part of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.

Phillips has also appeared in many stage productions and television programs. In recent years, he has been nominated for several awards for his work on radio and television.

Phillips was a prominent face on British television and has acted in his last shows on the Harley Street television show.

Phillips was married three times, among them to Penelope Bartley, and they were divorced in 1965. The couple had four children together.