Phil Starr (March 31, 1932 - October 18, 2005), birth name Arthur James Fuller, was a gay cabaret comedian, singer, mainstay and regular feature of the London and English south coast gay scene during a career spanning from the 1950s, until his sudden and unexpected death. Famous within his genre and locale, Starr's act was typically old school: comic, lengthy shaggy dog stories, often culminating in a hilarious, unexpected twist.
- Memorial Fan Site
- Tributes to a Starr of Drag The Argus (Brighton) October 20, 2005.
- Phil Starr Tribute, special supplement to GScene (paper and online magazine), November 2005.
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