Coach Abernacky
Aka 'The Old Fox' Coach of the Schmill football team. He never gives anything away to the press about his team tactics, he just smiles and winks.
See episode: Bilko Goes to College
Played by Charles MacLean Savage
In the year 1905, Charles made his acting debut on the Broadway stage. This was at the Empire Theatre, in the play called De Lancey.

Sam Adamapplelis
Diner owner of The Roseville Bar and Grill. Bilko nearly buys his establishment.
See episode: The Secret Life of Sergeant Bilko
Played by Henry Lasko
Before Bilko Henry appeared in the 1950 cult B movie The Tattooed Stranger, playing a character called Joe Canko.

George Baker-Collingsworth III
Son of a very wealthy man. His Father buys him the Fort Baxter pigeons from Ernie Bilko.
See episode: Bilko's Pigeons
Played by Pug Flanagan
Child star Pug made appearances on other TV shows too. Notably as Billy Harper in the 1956 series, The Edge of Night.

Ballet Dancer (Bilko stand-in)
During a dream sequence, Bilko imagines himself dancing with a young Josie Hanagan.
See episode: Miss America
Played by Dan Weismuller

Angie Barbella
Rocco Barbella's brother. Refuses to marry Rosa, an Italian girl.
See episode: The Girl from Italy
Played by Sal Dino

Angie Barbella
Father of Rocco Barbella.
See episode: The Girl from Italy
Played by Dino Tarronova
Dino appeared in the ‘always to be forgotten’, 1963 movie, 50,000 B.C. (Before Clothing). 

Ray Barker
Undercover reporter. He gets his comeuppance when the platoon recognizes him as the man who has giving the army a bad name.
See episode: The Secret Life of Sergeant Bilko
Played by Philip Coolidge
Philip appeared on the Broadway stage in 1938, playing the role of Simon Stimson, in the original production of Our Town. But he is probably best remembered for the role as Ollie Higgins, in the 1959 horror movie The Tingler. Also appearing in this film was the legendary Vincent Price.

Mr Bascombe
Employee of the Grove City Loan Company. Ernie tries to get a loan off him.
See episode: Bilko and the Medium
Played by Herbie Stewart

Bell Boy
Racehorse. A Polynesian equine out of Ding Dong he's from the same family as Native Dancer. Bilko gets him on the cheap after Private Carter notices that the horse has osselots.
See episode: The Horse

Roger Bellman
Millionaire car manufacturer. Ernie gets him to test and possibly buy his 'Army Do-it-Yourself Training Kit’.
See episode: Bilko F.O.B. Detroit
Played by Raymond Bramley
Raymond was a stalwart of the Broadway stage. Between the years 1926 and 1961 he appeared in 28 different dramas and musicals. Including, Not Herbert,  Keeping Expenses Down, Judgment Day,  Whatever Goes Up, Two Blind Mice, The Apple Cart.

Roger Bellman Junior
Son of a millionaire car manufacturer. Ernie gets him and his father to test his Army Do-it-Yourself Training Kit.
See episode: Bilko F.O.B. Detroit
Played by Bill Hickey

Mr Bender
Editor of the Roseville Gazette.
Played by ??

Chic Benson
Film Producer. His new picture, Love in a Foxhole, has Bilko as the military adviser!!
See episode: Hollywood
Played by Ralph Stantley

Biff Bentonhurst
Top college sportsman. He can’t get his own father to be allowed to attend his wedding.
See episode: The Blue Blood of the Bilkos
Played by Stephen Douglas

Buddy Bickford
TV comedian. He needs new comedy to reinvent himself on the small screen. Noted for his catchphrase; 'I-dee-dee-dee-dee-doo.'
See episode: Bilko's Television Idea
Played by Danny Dayton

Mr Bickle
Office manager of a New York bank. He is constantly on at his employee, Morgan Twinhazy.
See episode: Bilko in Wall Street
Played by Morton L. Stevens

Mr Bigby
TV chief. He sends three of his crew to Fort Baxter to try and find new comedy ideas.
See episode: Bilko's Television Idea
Played by Howard Petrie

Madame Boudreaux
Wife of a Roseville restaurateur. She has a family recipe, Casserole a la Boudreaux, which Bilko wants badly.
See episode: The Mess Hall Mess
Played by Suzanne Cobet

Marcel Boudreaux
Roseville restaurateur. He has a family recipe, Casserole a la Boudreaux, which Bilko wants badly.
See episode: The Mess Hall Mess
Played by Jon Silo

Philipe Boudreaux
Son of a Roseville restaurateur. His family has a recipe, Casserole a la Boudreaux, which Bilko wants badly.
See episode: The Mess Hall Mess
Played by??

Bruno
Debt Collector. Charlie Clusterman owes him $150.
See episode: Weekend Colonel
Played by Al Lewis

Mr Buckley
Baton Record Company chief. He listens to Doberman singing.
See episode: Doberman the Crooner
Played by Jack Hartley

Bert Burke
Mayor and real estate salesman. A slimy little man.
See episode: Bilko Acres
Played by Harry Gresham

Harry Burns
Son of a National Guard Commander. He picked Ernie to be his 'Best Man' at his wedding.
See episode: War Games
Played by Don Keefer

Bus Operator
See episode: The Big Man Hunt 
Played by Eddie Hanley

Butler
Worker at the Bellman residence.
See episode: Bilko F.O.B. Detroit
Played by Bert Thorn

Mr Butterworth I
Head of a New York banking dynasty. Bilko gets him to raise the salary of Morgan Twinhazy.
See episode: Bilko in Wall Street
Played by Charles MacLean Savage
On Broadway, in the year 1938, Charles appeared as Tom Humphries in the play On the Rocks. Interestingly, the play was set around the Prime Minister of the UK’s residence, 10 Downing Street.

C.D. Chadwick
Hollywood film mogul. Hires Bilko to be military advisor on his new war picture - But he regrets it after 67 takes are used for the first scene!!
See episode: Bilko in Hollywood
Played by Howard Smith

Bud Chapman
Chimpanzee owner. Part of the circus act 'Charlie and Zippo'.
See episode: The Court-Martial
Played by Joey Faye

Charlie
Scientist. Bilko gets him to analyse a family recipe, 'Casserole a la Boudreaux'.
See episode: The Mess Hall Mess
Played by Sandy Kenyon

Clara
Boozy barmaid. Used by Bilko as his female bride, Dinah. 
See episode: Bilko's Honeymoon
Played by Gretchen Wyler

Cleo (aka The Clutch)
Floozy. Used by Bilko to tempt Lieutenant Wallace into a relationship. 
See episode: Bilko the Marriage Broker
Played by Virginia De Luce

Charlie Clusterman
Short order Chef. A Doppelgänger of the colonel, installed as camp commander by Bilko.
See episode: Weekend Colonel
Played by Paul Ford

Alice Colby
Congresswoman. One of three who investigate army waste at Fort Baxter. 
See episode: Investigation
Played by Nina Olivette

Con Men
The three pronged gang pose as Mr Steve and Jean Smith and Chester Ray Foster so that they con Doberman out of his $500 insurance payout.
See episode: The Con Men
Played by Grant Richards, Sally Mansfield and Danny Dayton

Mr Crawford
Insurance man who values Quentin Q. Benton at $100,000
See episode: Bilko & the Beast
Played by ??

George Crowe
Mayor and real estate salesman. Bilko buys an empty store from him.
See episode: Empty Store
Played by Harry Gresham

Crying Sailor
US Navy man. He loses three months pay in a crap game.
See episode: Bilko Joins the Navy
Played by Larry Storch 
Larry did a lot of voiceover work for top cartoon shows, including Mr. Whoopee in Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales. He also played the part of the bumbling Corporal Randolph Agarn in F Troop.

Cyclops
A one-eyed parrot. After the reading of his Uncle Abner's Will, Gregory Chickering was bequeathed one dollar and this strange bird.
See episode: Where There's a Will

Deborah Cunningham
10-year-old heiress. She meets Bilko and says: 'Bilko! Pilko! What a silly name'.
See episode: Bilko the Butler
Played by??

Mrs Cunningham
A rich San Francisco lady. Bilko gets to be her butler in the hope of meeting an heiress.
See episode: Bilko the Butler
Played by Nancy Guild
Nancy was an American film actress of the 1940s and 1950s. Nancy appeared in Somewhere in the Night (1946); The Brasher Doubloon (1947) and the comedy Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951). 20th Century Fox signed her to a seven-year contract. After leaving Fox, she appeared in movies as a freelance and at Universal Studios, where she appeared in an Abbott and Costello picture and the Francis the Talking mule movie Francis Covers the Big Town (1953), her last picture......she eventually gave up acting for marriage....Nancy married the Broadway impresario Ernest H. Martin, the producer of Guys and Dolls and later The Sound of Music and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. She had a mini comeback on TV appearing occasionally (Bilko the Butler, Robert Montgomery Presents, Justice)...........

Dixey Darcell
Exotic Dancer. She agrees to get married to Doberman.
See episode: Doberman, Missing Heir
Played by Jane Kean

Deborah Darling
Cosmetics magnet. Bilko tries to sell her his new 'get younger' potion.
See episode: Bilko's Formula Seven
Played By Natalie Schafer

Diane Doberman
The twin sister of Duane. After hearing about Muscleman's Law and theory of family equalisation the whole platoon is convinced that she is a beauty!
See episode: Doberman's Sister
Played by Maurice Gosfield

Mrs Alice Doberman
Duane Doberman's mother. She has bank robbers in her house.
See episode: Bilko at Bay
Played by Dulcie Cooper

Mr Donnelly
See episode: Bilko Enters Politics
Played by Humphrey Davis

Miss Doozer
Artist’s model. She is used by Lieutenant Parker to get the men into his classes.
See episode: The Centennial
Played by Temple Texas

Dowager
She is a champion Poodle owner/trainer, who is up against Bilko's dog, Louise.
See episode: Bilko’s Prize Poodle
Played by Edith King

Elevator Boy
See episode: Bilko’s Big Woman Hunt
Played by Eddie Bruce

Tom Elliot
Tax Investigator. Looks into Ernie’s records after a mix up with a man called Billings. Later, he wishes he'd never started the investigation at all.
See episode: Bilko's Tax Trouble
Played by Dan Frazer

El Muchacho
Mexican bandit and a Doppelgänger of Duane Doberman! He is wanted to the tune of 100,000 pesos. Bilko, Paparelli, Doberman and Zimmerman make his 
acquaintance on a trip to Mexico.
See episode: Viva Bilko
Played by Maurice Gosfield

Police Chief Erikson
An admirer of Natalie Rumplemyer (senior). Bilko makes this man realise how much he loves Natalie. Eventually the chief even marries the woman.
See episode: Cyrano de Bilko
Played by Norman Mackay

Fainting Lady
Ernie needs someone to swoon at his Tarzan, Private Forbes.
See episode: Bilko's Ape Man
Played by Lucille Ball

Feldman
Would-be Army recruit and son of the Chief of Police.
See episode: Recruiting Sergeant
Played by Bob Shawley

Felicia
Girlfriend of Private Claude Dillingham
See episode: Boxer
Played by HoIIis Irving

Mrs Lena (aka Hattie) Fender
Wife of the Motor Pool man Corporal Sam Fender. The couple have six children!
Played by Betty Walker

Mr Finch
Bank robber. He holds Bilko and co. hostage.
See episode: Bilko at Bay
Played by Philip Coolidge

Mr Forbes
Car driver. He runs into Bilko at 11 o'clock at night!!
See episode: Bilko's Perfect Day
Played by Bert Thorn

Foreman
Worker at the 'Bellman Truck Company'.
See episode: Bilko F.O.B. Detroit
Played by Fred Herrick

Clyde Fortright
Congressman. One of three senior figures, investigating army waste at Fort Baxter. 
See episode: Investigation
Played by Howard Freeman

Gladys
Pretty Waitress. Bilko and Grover both want to take her out on the town.
See episode: Bilko Talks in His Sleep
Played by Virginia De Luce

Gloria
She gets on the end of one of Bilko's propoganda tricks
See episode: Bilko's Credit Card
Played by Dorothy Dolliver

Buzz Grogan
Bilko's old Motor Pool Sergeant. He now runs a company with three hundred taxis.
See episode: Bilko the Genius
Played by??

Joe 'Goof off' Gunther
WWII comrade of Ernie. He owns two hundred restaurants called G and G Sandwich shops.
See episode: Reunion
Played by??

Josie Hanagan
Sweetheart of Private Hanagan. The whole platoon fantasizes about her.
See episode: Miss America
Played by Ann Helm

Harry Harris
Quiz show presenter/funnyman. Bilko appears, with a young kid Ronald, on his TV quiz Lucky Strangers.
See episode: Bilko's Giveaway
Played by Morey Amsterdam

JL Hawkins
Head of KNAC-TV. Bilko presents him with an award for having the cleanest TV station.
See episode: Bilko's Vampire
Played by Otto Hulett

Hazel
Girlfriend of The Stomach (aka Corporal Edwin C. Honergan). She hasn’t seen Edwin for ten years until the chaplain intervenes.
See episode: Eating Contest
Played by Janet Ward

Chester J. Hilton
Panhandler/Beggar. Bilko installs him in charge of his Hilton Hotel. Ernie thinking is that this would infuriate the real Hilton chain.
See episode: Bilko’s Grand Hotel
Played by Irwin Corey

Ellen Hodges
Dancing Instructor. Bilko finds its love at first sight when he sees this pretty lady.
See episode: Bilko's Big Woman Hunt
Played by Hildy Parks

Mr Huggins
Pigeon expert.
See episode: Bilko's Pigeons
Played by Ralph Dunn

Josie 
Supposedly a beautiful lady or so the Motor Pool thinks!
See episode: Miss America
Played by Judith Lowry

JP
Film Studio boss. He gets Ernie 'Brick' Bilko to appear in one of his movies.
See episode: Bilko's Hollywood Romance
Played by Sid Smith

Mr and Mrs Kavanagh
A pair of breeding Mink. The Motor Pool decides to breed mink with these two animals. The company name? Mink Inc -  The advertising slogan? 'The only mink born and bred under government supervision. No other fur industry can make this claim.'
See episode: Mink Incorporated

Bill Krepanski
Former GI pal of Ernie. He owes Bilko a favour and promptly gives him a 40-1 horse race tip.
See episode: The Recruiting Sergeant
Played by ??

Tom Krepanski
Jockey. He gives Bilko a 40-1 horse race tip.
See episode: The Recruiting Sergeant
Played by ??

Kruger Brothers
Ed and Sid - Hollywood Agents. They are looking for somebody to play Dracula in their forthcoming film project.
See episode: Bilko's Vampire
Played by Ed: Walter Colhoun & Sid: Paul Reed

Miss Joy Landers
Roseville socialite. She laughs at the platoon when they want her to be their carnival queen.
See episode: Mardi Gras
Played by Constance Ford

Tessie La Torso
She is a Vaudeville dancer at Minsky's nightclub in Roseville. In a final attempt to remain single, Ernie invites her to his engagement party, in the hope that his betrothed, Joan will call off their forthcoming wedding.
See episode: Bilko’s Engagement
Played by ??

Peggy Le Salle
Old flame of Bilko. Ernie panics when he thinks her son may be his!!!
See episode: The Son of Bilko
Played by Collette Lyons

Mr Leemy
Bank President. He gives Bilko $100 out of his own pocket.
See episode: The Big Man Hunt
Played by Otto Hulett

Little Pete
He gives Bilko directions to Lonesome Sam’s betting hideaway.  Also one of Sam's heavies.
See episode: The Recruiting Sergeant
Played by Tony Galento

Lonesome Sam
Turf Accountant. He runs an illegal operation in Topeka.
See episode: The Recruiting Sergeant
Played by Paul Lipson

Louise
The prize poodle with a pedigree to match.
Bilko enters her in a competition.
See episode: Bilko's Prize Poodle

Lula Belle
She is the sixteen-year-old girlfriend of Hillbilly platoon member Hank Lumpkin. Catchphrase: ‘'Hush up!!'
See episode: Hillbilly Whiz
Played by Joyce Gladmond

Big Ed Macmillan
Local gangster. He gives Bilko 1000-1 odds on a football team.
See episode: Bilko Goes to College
Played by Robert Strauss

Madame Flossie
Bilkos very own hired Medium. She competes with Madame Zaboda as a psychic.
See episode: Bilko and the Medium
Played by Charlotte Rae
Fact: Charlotte also played The Twitch in an earlier episode.

Monica Malamar
Stunningly beautiful Actress. She is a Hollywood star who seems to always court bad publicity. To clean up her image she contrives to have a 'staged' romance with a wholesome soldier - Bilko of course!!
See episode: Bilko's Hollywood Romance
Played by Julie Wilson
Julie's Broadway credits include The Pajama Game (1954), Jimmy (1969), Park (1970), and Legs Diamond (1988), for which she received a Tony Award nomination as 'Best Featured Actress in a Musical'. She also toured in Show Boat, Panama Hattie, Silk Stockings, Follies, Company, and A Little Night Music.

Marching Rookie
Would-be Army recruit.
See episode: The Recruiting Sergeant
Played by George Mc Kiver

Harvey Metts
He bumps into Ernie outside a phone booth. He then proceeds to give Ernie the number of their mutual friend, Peggy Le Salle
See episode: The Son of Bilko
Played by Joe Silver

John Middleton
The Millionaire President of Consolidated Iron and Steel.
See episode: His Highness, Doberman
Played by Ben Lackland

Lillian Middleton
Millionaire's daughter
Goes courting with Doberman and its love at first site!!
See episode: His Highness, Doberman
Played by Martha Greenhouse

Olivia Middleton
Millionaire's wife
Doberman cannot date her daughter as he is a soldier.
See episode: His Highness, Doberman
Played by Philippa Bevans

Mademoiselle Mignon
French girl. Bilko stayed with her parents during WWII.
See episode: Papa Bilko
Played by Fannie Mae
Fannie is her stage name, Genevieve is her real name.

Bonnie Morgan
Singer at the 'Dee Cee Club' in Washington. Ernie has a date with her.
See Episode: Bilko and the Flying Saucers
Played by Constance Ford

'Meathead' Morgan
WWII comrade of Bilko. He owns his own business Morgan Truck Lines - the big transcontinental outfit. Catchphrase: 'I didn't get where I am today......'
See episode: Reunion
Played by Horace McMahon

Rory Mundane
Top movie star in director C.D. Chadwick's war films. Over the years he has starred in films such as Iwo Jima Baby and They Met on Okinawa. He is playing Sergeant Skinner in the new WWII movie Love in a Foxhole and Ernie Bilko is the military adviser on the project!!
See episode: Hollywood
Played by Eric Fleming

Vilma Nagy
Sister of a platoon member, Steve Nagy. She is a Hungarian girl who Bilko takes a shine to.
See episode: A W.O.L.
Played by Jean Mowry

Zoltan Nagy
Father of platoon member Steve Nagy. He is a Hungarian whose daughter, Martha, is about to marry Imre.
See episode: A.W.O.L.
Played by Ben Astar

William J. Nieman
Roseville radio station owner. When he announces he's closing his station Bilko opens one at Fort Baxter.
See episode: Radio Station B.I.l.k.o.
Played by??

Miss Hermione Nightingale
School Principal. Bilko borrows her 'Young Girls School' for a play.
See episode: Bilko's Merry Widow
Played by Margaret Hamilton
There is no doubting the part which rocketed Margaret to Worldwide fame. This was of course, her portrayal of The Wicked Witch of the West in the 1939 classic film The Wizard of Oz.

Chester Obermyer
He is a Western Union telegram employee. Ernie wants him to fill in for Bing Crosby!
See episode: Sergeant Bilko Presents Bing Crosby
Played by John Dorrin

Patsy
Bookmaker. Bilko picks eight out of eight winners but still cannot get a bet on with him.
See episode: Bilko's Perfect Day
Played by Paul Lipson

Justin Pearce junior
Millionaire’s son at Schmill College. Owes Big Ed Macmillan $1000
See episode: Bilko Goes to College
Played by Joey Walsh

Herbert Penfield III
Multi-millionaire. Bilko's Doppelgänger!
See episode: Bilko's double life
Played by Phil Silvers

Emile Petrov
Film Director. Man who takes charge of the production of The Three Musketeers starring Ernie 'Brick' Bilko.
See episode: Bilko's Hollywood Romance
Played by Leon Belasco

Congressman Pettiguild
Congressman. He is one of three senior figures who investigate army waste at Fort Baxter. 
See episode: Investigation
Played by Ralph Dunn

Professor Horatio
A professional Hypnotist, who puts Ritzik and Bilko under his spell. Rupert turns into a rooster and Ernie tells all about his illicit crap games.
See episode: The Big Scandal
Played by Lee Papell

Mr Robinson
Oil magnet. He hears that Bilko has found oil on Bimmelman's swamp.
See episode: Bilko Acres
Played by??

Lord Rockford
British aristocrat. He is searching the whole of America for his missing heir. 
See episode: Doberman, Missing Heir
Played by Ronald Long

Roger 
Roger is a great friend of Natalie Rumplemyer. Although she doesn't want to get know him.
See episode: Cyrano de Bilko
Played by Tim Herbert

Jason Rogers
Butler. Bilko helps him out with the Cunningham household.
See episode: Bilko the Butler
Played by??

Rosa
Italian peasant girl. She wants to marry Angie Barbella.
See episode: The Girl from Italy
Played by Anna Rosselli
After appearing on Bilko, Anna worked as a showgirl. She got married and became Anna de Steiguer. The newlyweds went on to raise a family in semi-rural, New Jersey and later on, Arizona. 

Rudy
Grove City pharmacy employee. He helps Bilko by impersonating top brass for him.
See episode: Bilko in Outer Space
Played by Paul Lynde
Paul was the voice of the ‘Hooded Claw’ in the cartoon, The Perils of Penelope Pitstop. Also a veteran of the American game show Hollywood Squares.

Natalie Rumplemyer (Aunt)
Bilko thinks she is a schemer. He gets her niece mixed up with her!! Eventually he proposes to her.
See episode: Cyrano de Bilko
Played by Kay Medford

Natalie Rumplemyer (Niece)
‘A girl of your dreams’ - Bilko thinks she is a schemer. He gets her aunt mixed up with her!!
See episode: Cyrano de Bilko
Played by Lee Meriwether

Sam
Pawnbroker. Bilko tries to pawn him an old trophy for $100.
See episode: The Big Man Hunt
Played by Sam Schwarz

Arnold Schultz
Roseville Butcher. Sponsor of WBBH soap opera John's Original Wife
See episode: Radio Station B.I.L.K.O.
Played by Charles Mendick

Mr 'Smitty' Smith
Film Studio publicity agent. He gets Monica Malamar to date a soldier – Bilko!
See episode: Bilko's Hollywood Romance
Played by Frank Maxwell

Soldier in phone booth
Army man who constantly gets ordered out of a phone booth by Bilko.
See episode: Furlough in New York
Played by George McGiver

Mrs Angnus Sowici
She is the wife of company cook, Stanley.
See episode: Dinner at Sowici's
Played by Toni Romer
In 1969, Toni died of natural causes at the relatively young age of just 45.

Junior Sowici
Son of Stanley and Agnes. He just loves to fire his catapult at Ernie. 
See episode: Dinner at the Sowici's
Played by Daryl Richard

Captain Spencer
US Navy man. He is in command of an aircraft carrier just of San Diego. Bilko, Paparelli and Zimmerman get rounded up onto his ship, whilst participating in a Navy craps game.
See episode: Bilko Joins the Navy
Played by Walter Greaza

Stanley Stevens
Mayor of Grove City. He is visited by Bilko of the Veterans Readjustment Committee.
See episode: Ritzik Goes Civilian
Played by?

Stacked Suzie
Beautiful and vivacious Housemaid. She is employed by the colonel at Bilkos arrangement.
See episode: The Big Scandal
Played by Julie Newmar

Ronald Strobe
Child genius. Bilko appears, with this young kid, on the TV quiz Lucky Strangers.
See episode: Bilko's Giveaway
Played by Joey Trent

Carlisle Thompson III
Son of a shipping millionaire and ex-GI pal of Bilko. Created the sculpture 'Woman with grapes' of which Bilko says: 'If you put a clock in it, it'll give a novelty value'
See episode: Bilko, the Art Lover
Played by Alan Alda - who went on to worldwide fame in the classic TV comedy M*A*S*H

Red Thompson
Diamond prospector. He is searching for Bilko after hitting it big.
See episode: The Big Man Hunt
Played by Bob Gist

Tiny 
Big bruiser. He is the right-hand-man of the gangster Big Ed Macmillan.
See episode: Bilko Goes to College
Played by ??

Brenda Twinhazy
Wife of a Wall Street employee. 
Played by Athena Lord

Morgan Twinhazy
Wall Street employee. He is head bookkeeper on $42 a week. A former army pal of Ernie who has a quick rise to the top of the business ladder thanks to him.
See episode: Bilko in Wall Street
Played by Eddie Phillips

Uncle Hugo
Batman for Herbert Penfield III 
See episode: Bilko’s Double Life
Played by Horace Cooper

Uncle Randolph
Know-it-all financier. 
See episode: Bilko’s Double Life
Played by Grant Code

Randy Vandermeer
Rich man from Chicago. He bumps into Joan Hogan on a train.
See episode: Joan's Big Romance
Played by Eddie Hanley

Varga
Hungarian father of Imre. Imre is about to wed Martha.
See episode: A.W.O.L.
Played by Hans Schumm

Miss Vasey
Secretary/Admin at the Roseville Gazette.
Played by ??

Waitress Marcella
High-pitched voice worker at the Paradise Bar and Grill (aka the Snake Pit)
Played by Dody Goodman

Roger Warren
Camp Poconohoochee resident. Sharpest brain on the post!  He even outwits the great Bilko!
See episode: Bilko's Boys Town
Played by Daryl Richard

Great Grandfather Whiteagle
Red Indian Chief. His family obtain a document that seems to say that they still own Oklahoma!!
See episode: Cherokee Ernie
Played by Scott Moore

Mrs Bertram Whitney
Wife of General Whitney. She is an upper crust lady who laughs at the dress sense of Nell Hall.
See episode: The Colonel's Reunion
Played by Madeline Clive

Mrs Gloria Whitney (aka The Twitch)
Classical music lecturer. Regularly pulls at her girdle so inspiring a platoon gamble.
See episode: The Twitch
Played by Charlotte Rae

Mr Wilson
Bank robber. He holds Bilko and co. hostage.
See episode: Bilko at Bay
Played by Henry Lasko

Commodore Wingate
Philadelphia Millionaire. Far too upmarket to allow a sergeant to attend the wedding of his granddaughter.
See episode: The Blue Blood of the Bilkos
Played by Charles MacLean Savage
By 1936, Charles was an established performer on Broadway. He appeared at the Adelphi Theatre, as Paterfamilias, in the musical extravaganza, A Hero is Born.

Hope Wingate
Wife of a Philadelphia millionaire. She doesn't want a sergeant to attend her daughter's marriage.
See episode: The Blue Blood of the Bilkos
Played by Marjorie Gateson

Mr G. Wingate
Philadelphia Millionaire. He is too snooty to allow a sergeant to attend the wedding of his daughter.
See episode: The Blue Blood of the Bilkos
Played by Raymond Bramley

Penny Wingate
Daughter of a Philadelphia millionaire. She wants to get married to a sergeant's son.
See episode: The Blue Blood of the Bilkos
Played by Ann Flood

Wing Ding, Hasty Belle and Scatter Brain
Pigeons. Ernie races them most days!! So he isn’t best pleased when an order comes through from the Pentagon that he must be rid of them ASAP.
See episode: Bilko’s Pigeons

Madame Zaboda
Medium to Emma & Rupert Ritzik. She tries to dupe the Ritziks out of their hard earned cash.
See episode: Bilko and the Medium
Played by Jorie Remus