Celebrities With Phones

Welcome! This is an image archive with one single rule; pictures must be of famous, infamous, or otherwise well-known people, with a telephone. This archive is always growing, and there’s always room for improvement. This site was originally created by The Great Rob T. Firefly before he handed it over to phonelosers.org.


Abbott and Costello

From the classic "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein"
From Abbott and Costello Forever

Don Adams

The one and only Maxwell Smart and his trusty shoe-phone!
This is likely the only pic here in which the phone is as famous as the person!
submitted by _14k4

Ben Affleck

During a filming break in Dogma
Ever see Voyage of the Mimi?  He was such a cute widdle boy...


Iconoclastic puppet from the 1980s.
"No problem!"  Ugh, how I hated dumb catch phrases, even in my youth..
submitted by Th3smurfy0n3


From her "Sexual (Li Da Di)" music video.

... ... ... ... ... ...

submitted by Eric Adcock

Don Ameche

As Alexander Graham Bell, in the video box art for the aptly named "Story of Alexander Graham Bell"
From Amazon

Gillian Anderson

Bet you never thought you’d see a picture of her on the web.
Mulder ritz Smee.

Annette Andre

As the long-suffering Jeannie Hopkirk in the superb British comedy
"Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased.)"
From The Movie Galleries


Hollywood’s Billboard Goddess
Uhmmm.. "billboard goddess?"  Whatever.  I just archive 'em, folks.
submitted by Grey Frequency


Aqua (Lene Nystrom and René Dif) in the music video for "Barbie Girl."
"Come on Barbie, let's go party," cwp_aqua2_th.jpg (2994 bytes)
submitted by Eric Adcock

Yasser Arafat

President of the Palestinian Council.  His real name is Mohammed
Abder Rauf Arafat al-Kudwa al-Husseini, aka. Abu Ammar.
Yasser means "easy-going."  Yeah. His past is as checkered as his headgear.

Palestinian leader Arafat phones Israeli Prime Minister Barak in the
presence of U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright.
Afterwards, they went dancing.  One thing led to another...
From La Revue Du Liban

Courtney Cox Arquette

As Melissa in "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective"
"What's that?  You want me to audition for a show about 'friends' or something?  I don't think it'll catch on."
From Paul Hyett’s Homepage

As Gwen in "Curiosity Kills"
From Paul Hyett’s Homepage

Daphne Ashbrook

As Dr. Grace Holloway in the 1996 "Doctor Who" tv movie
I need a bed in Psychiatric...

Fred Astaire

As Tony in a deleted scene from "The Band Wagon."  With
Cyd Charisse as Gabrielle.
Short-distance call.
anonymous submission

Dan Aykroyd

As Dr. Ray Stantz in "Ghostbusters II"
"Ray's Occult..." "My best to the coven."

Tom Baker

The Fourth (and best-known) Doctor Who
What do you mean, I can't order an emergency shipment of knitting wool  until next month?  But my scarf is only 8 foot long!!

Martin Balsam

As Detective Milton Arbogast in "Psycho."
From Hitchcock, La Légende du Suspense

Drew Barrymore

From her short scene in "Scream"
The rattiest wig Drew's ever worn Drew's quite nice, too bad about that movie though... "Oh my God, I've just realized what movie I'm in..." "WHY did my agent let me do this crappy movie??? WAAAAAAGGGHHH!!!!"

The Beastie Boys

From the classic video "Fight For Your Right"
submitted by Eric Adcock

Alexander Graham Bell

The famed inventor holds his first telephone.
From Compton’s Encyclopedia Online
submitted by Eric Adcock

"The first telephone connection between Chicago and New York,
October 18, 1892"
"What?? ...WHAT???  Speak up, dammit!!!"
From PathFinder Photo
Of The Week

submitted by Eric Adcock

Jack Benny

Classic radio and TV personality
Real name: Benjamin Kubelsky
submitted by Grey Frequency

Ingrid Bergman

See Cary Grant

The Big Bopper

The immortal J. P. Richardson on the "Chantilly Lace" record
"Helooo Baby!"
submitted by Thomas Splinter


Singer / artist / pixie Björk Gudmundsdottir
"Mmmmm.... fingernails..."
submitted by Eric Adcock

Theodore Bikel

Guest-starring in the "Twilight Zone" episode "Four
From The Fifth Dimension

Jack Black

Doing a Queer Eye skit on SNL

submitted by Mike LeBlanc

Moritz Bleibtreu

as Manni in the German indie hit "Run Lola Run" / "Lola
I don't care if you don't like foreign films, or you don't like indie films.  See this flick NOW.
From Running Here Again

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

Joan Blondell

Guest-starring in the "Twilight Zone" episode "What’s in
the Box."
From The Fifth Dimension

Humphrey Bogart

in "The Caine Mutiny"
Someone stole those strawberries.
submitted by J. D.

Clara Bow

The "It Girl" of silent film.
From Silent Ladies

Jesse Bradford

He’s all the way on the right.
h4cK d4 pL4n3t!@#$%^

Matthew Broderick

Scamming a free call as hacker David Lightman in "War Games."
Fun fact: Grounding out the mouthpiece to get free calls really worked at the time this movie was made.
submitted by Mr. Phractal

Mel Brooks

Sniffing "Perri-Air" from a can as President Skroob in
Hiden joke alert: Compare the spelling of "Skroob" to "Brooks."
submitted by Mr. Phractal

Pierce Brosnan

From "The World Is Not Enough," with Denise Richards
Phone.  Cell Phone.

Lenny Bruce

Classic stand-up comedian.  He was always getting arrested for
using profanity in his act.
Real name: Leonard Alfred Schneider
submitted by Grey Frequency

Sandra Bullock

In the laughable paranoia-fest that was "The Net."
Actual movie dialog: "They must have watched it on, on the innernet, I dunno.."
submitted by Johnny Monoxide

Delta Burke

As the wide-named Suzanne Sugarbaker Goff Dent Stonecipher of
"Designing Women."
From Designing Women Tribute

LeVar Burton

As Geordi LaForge in the "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
episode "Phantasms."
"Kunta Kinte... I mean, Reading Rainbow Guy.. I mean, Geordi LaForge speaking."

Raymond Burr

As Thorwald in Hitchcock’s original "Rear Window."
Voiced by Maurice LaMarche.
From Hitchcock, La Légende du Suspense

President George Walker Bush

43rd President of the United States of America.
He's a real son of a... former President.  (Hi Carnivore!)
submitted by Empire Monkey

... ... ...
From the White House

Bruce Campbell

Incredibly cool B-movie icon in a guest spot on "X-Files."
This guy even makes Hercules and Xena watchable.

"Little Nell" Campbell

Best known as Columbia in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
Reach out and touch-a-touch-a-touch someone

Neve Campbell

Angst-ridden actress, famous for still looking 12 years old when in
truth she’s 59.
Do you LIKE sucky movies? See Scream 3.  Wes Craven's kids need shoes.

Eddie Cantor

In an early 1930s United Artists publicity photo celebrating a phone
line from Great Britain to Hollywood.  Left to right: singer Al Jolson, actor Douglas
Fairbanks, Sr., actress Mary Pickford, actor Ronald Colman, producer Samuel Goldwyn, and
(below) comedian Eddie Cantor.
Big stars!  Big phone!
anonymous submission

Nestor Carbonell

As macho superhero Batmanuel in "The Tick"
"What?  We've been cancelled by brainless television executives?" ... ... ... ... ...

Jim Carrey

Doing the handset thing as "The Cable Guy"
One of Jim Carrey's cooler movies.
submitted by Bruce Muni

"Pick up, pick up, pick up..."
submitted by RBCP

Jack Carson

Guest-starring in the "Twilight Zone" episode "The Whole
... ...
From The Fifth Dimension

Deana Carter

Country singer in the video for "Did I Shave My Legs For
A country gal with shaven legs...
submitted by Eric Adcock

Helena Bonham Carter

In "Mighty Aphrodite"
Hillary Bonham Clinton
From helena-bonham-carter.com
submitted by Eric Adcock

President James Earl Carter, Jr.

39th President of the United States
From the Jimmy Carter Library

Lynda Carter, the one and only Wonder Woman.

Lynda has aged so well it's ridiculous. Back in her Wonder Woman days submitted by Mike LeBlanc submitted by Mike LeBlanc submitted by Mike LeBlanc submitted by Mike LeBlanc

Cyd Charisse

See Fred Astaire

Ruth Chatterton

As the title role in "Female," possibly the first movie to
feature sexual harrassment in the workplace by a woman.
This movie was there around 60 years before that lousy Demi Moore/Michael Douglas one.
From Old Telephones as

Dane Clark

Guest-starring in the "Twilight Zone" episode "The Prime
From The Fifth Dimension

Fred Clark

Guest-starring in the "Twilight Zone" episode "A Most
Unusual Camera."
Also from The Fifth Dimension

President William Jefferson Clinton

42nd President of the United States
submitted by Thomas Splinter

Steve Cochran

Guest-starring in the "Twilight Zone" episode "What You
From The Fifth Dimension

James Coburn

As Peter Mayhew (no, not that Peter Mayhew) in "The Hit
Fun fact: An actor named Peter Mayhew played Chewbacca in the "Star Wars" movies.

Ronald Colman

See Eddie Cantor

Sean Connery

The first (and possibly best) James Bond in "From Russia With
"Shuck it, Trebek!"
From James Bond Multimedia

Gladys Cooper

Guest-starring in the "Twilight Zone" episode "Night
Call," possibly the series’ scariest story.
... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
From The Fifth Dimension

Lou Costello

See Bud Abbott

Nicholas Courtney

Starred as Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart in ’70s Doctor Who
My upper lip just doesn't get any stiffer. 5 digits rapid.

Yvonne Craig

As the lovely Batgirl in the classic "Batman" series.
Mmm... Yvonne Craig...
From Profound Confusion

Cindy Crawford

Well-known birthmarked supermodel
Cindy tried acting once.  Mmm-hmm.

Tom Cruise

Taking calls in the "America:
A Tribute To Heroes
" telethon.  Left to right:  Tom Cruise, Sylvester
Stallone, Reba McEntire, and Penelope Cruz.
From BBC News

Penelope Cruz

See Tom Cruise.

John Cusack

Well-known actor from "Grosse Point Blank"
Personally, I vastly prefer his sister Joan.
submitted by Eric Adcock

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  • July 11, 2011 at 12:04 am

    Update your site you lazy bastard! Also, all theese pictures are not shown.

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