Perhaps actor Phil Foster as "Enrico." Phil, however, is long gone unfortunately.

Perhaps actor Phil Foster as "Enrico." Phil, however, is long gone unfortunately.

Phil Foster: Hey, zip your face!   Taste: Zip my face? Are you serious?   Whippit: Yeah, he said "zip your face"   Taste: That's your best line? That's your best tough guy line?   Phil Foster: You heard me. Zip your face.   Taste: Why don't you just zip your vagina, Raymond Burr!   Phil Foster: I have no idea how to respond to that! F you!   Taste: F me? F you!   Phil Foster: F YOU!   Taste: F YOU, MAN! What are you doing here?   Phil Foster: F YOU, mother-effer!

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Phil Foster: Hey, zip your face! Taste: Zip my face? Are you serious? Whippit: Yeah, he said "zip your face" Taste: That's your best line? That's your best tough guy line? Phil Foster: You heard me. Zip your face. Taste: Why don't you just zip your vagina, Raymond Burr! Phil Foster: I have no idea how to respond to that! F you! Taste: F me? F you! Phil Foster: F YOU! Taste: F YOU, MAN! What are you doing here? Phil Foster: F YOU, mother-effer!

Phil Foster passed away on 7/8/85. Trivia: Phil ran a workshop for young actor-comedians called The Foster Children. Quote: "They have new, fresh ideas and I love helping them get started," he said. "The only thing I ask in return is that when these youngsters are established, they help others on their way." ‪#‎comedyshop‬ ‪#‎proclassictv‬ http://www.hulu.com/the-comedy-shop

Phil Foster passed away on 7/8/85. Trivia: Phil ran a workshop for young actor-comedians called The Foster Children. Quote: "They have new, fresh ideas and I love helping them get started," he said. "The only thing I ask in return is that when these youngsters are established, they help others on their way." ‪#‎comedyshop‬ ‪#‎proclassictv‬ http://www.hulu.com/the-comedy-shop

Phil Foster (1914 - 1985) Played Laverne's father, Frank DeFazio, on the TV series "Laverne & Shirley", appeared in the movie "Bang the Drum Slowly"

Phil Foster (1914 - 1985) Played Laverne's father, Frank DeFazio, on the TV series "Laverne & Shirley", appeared in the movie "Bang the Drum Slowly"

1976 cast photo from the television program Laverne and Shirley. Standing, from left: Carole Ita White (Rosie Greenbaum), Phil Foster (Frank DeFazio), Eddie Mekka (Carmine Ragusa), Betty Garrett (Edna Babish). Middle row, standing: Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney). Seated : Michael McKean (Lenny), David Lander (Squiggy).

1976 cast photo from the television program Laverne and Shirley. Standing, from left: Carole Ita White (Rosie Greenbaum), Phil Foster (Frank DeFazio), Eddie Mekka (Carmine Ragusa), Betty Garrett (Edna Babish). Middle row, standing: Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney). Seated : Michael McKean (Lenny), David Lander (Squiggy).

Phil Foster

Phil Foster

Date Night (2010) Who knew simple dinner reservations under a different name could turn one New Jersey couple's date night so terribly upside-down? Claire and Phil Foster leave their kids with the sitter and head out for a night on the town -- as the Tripplehorns.  Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Mark Wahlberg...TS comedy

Date Night (2010)

Date Night (2010) Who knew simple dinner reservations under a different name could turn one New Jersey couple's date night so terribly upside-down? Claire and Phil Foster leave their kids with the sitter and head out for a night on the town -- as the Tripplehorns. Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Mark Wahlberg...TS comedy

Laverne & Shirley - (1976-1983). Starring: Penny Marshall, Michael McKean, Cindy Williams, David L. Lander, Phil Foster, Eddie Mekka, Betty Garrett, Henry Winkler, Vicki Lawrence, Bo Kaprall, Ed Marinaro and Carole Ita White. Partial Guest List: Anson Williams, Dick Yarmy, Richard Moll, Pat Morita, Fred Dryer, Ron Howard, Anjelica Huston, Hugh Hefner, Jeff Goldblum, Anne Ramsey, Fred Willard, Al Molinaro, Joanna Kerns, Ed Begley, Jr., Ted Danson, Paul Kreppel, Jim Lange and Ilene Graff.

Laverne & Shirley - (1976-1983). Starring: Penny Marshall, Michael McKean, Cindy Williams, David L. Lander, Phil Foster, Eddie Mekka, Betty Garrett, Henry Winkler, Vicki Lawrence, Bo Kaprall, Ed Marinaro and Carole Ita White. Partial Guest List: Anson Williams, Dick Yarmy, Richard Moll, Pat Morita, Fred Dryer, Ron Howard, Anjelica Huston, Hugh Hefner, Jeff Goldblum, Anne Ramsey, Fred Willard, Al Molinaro, Joanna Kerns, Ed Begley, Jr., Ted Danson, Paul Kreppel, Jim Lange and Ilene Graff.

Vigoda reprised his role as Det. Phil Fish from "Barney Miller" for his own spin-off show, "Fish." In the new series, fans witnessed the domestic side of Detective Phil Fish and his wife, Bernice, as the couple becomes the foster parents of five racially mixed street kids who need supervision.

Abe Vigoda, 'Fish,' 1977 - Photos - Remembering Abe Vigoda

Vigoda reprised his role as Det. Phil Fish from "Barney Miller" for his own spin-off show, "Fish." In the new series, fans witnessed the domestic side of Detective Phil Fish and his wife, Bernice, as the couple becomes the foster parents of five racially mixed street kids who need supervision.

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