Red Barber
American sports caster. He commentates on top rookie, Hank Lumpkin, and the New York Yankees.
See: Hillbilly Whiz

Yogi Berra
Major League Baseball player for the New York Yankees. Together with his colleagues he tries to convince Hank Lumpkin to sign for his team. 
See: Hillbilly Whiz

Ray Bloch
Musical conductor on the Ed Sullivan Show.
See: Sergeant Bilko Presents Ed Sullivan

Bing Crosby
Legendary American popular crooner, err singer and actor. He recites poetry instead of singing!
See: Sergeant Bilko Presents Bing Crosby

Gary Crosby
Son of Bing.
See: The Bilkos and the Crosbys

Dennis Crosby
Son of Bing.
See: The Bilkos and the Crosbys

Everett Crosby
Manager of his brother, Bing.
See: Sergeant Bilko Presents Bing Crosby


Lindsay Crosby
Son of Bing. He joins the Bilko led platoon.
See: The Bilkos and the Crosbys

Phillip Crosby
Son of Bing.
See: The Bilkos and the Crosbys

Dagmar (aka Virginia Ruth Egnor)
American actress, model, and television personality of the 1950s. She has a skit with television funny man Buddy Bickford.
See: Bilko's Television idea

Whitey Ford
Major League Baseball player for the New York Yankees. He along with his colleagues try to convince Hank Lumpkin to sign for his team. 
See: Hillbilly Whiz

Claude Harmon, Sr. 
American golfer. The last ever club professional to win a major championship, winning the 1948 Masters Tournament. 
See: The Colonel's Promotion

Kay Kendall
English actress. Bilko tries to get her to do a show for the troops.
See: Bilko Presents Kay Kendall

Marlo Lewis
Executive producer/executive of the Ed Sullivan Show.
See: Sergeant Bilko Presents Ed Sullivan

Dean Martin
Italian-American legendary crooner, part of the 'Rat Pack'. Whilst in Las Vegas, Bilko asks him for directions.
See: Bilko's Secret Mission


Gil McDougald
Major League Baseball player for the New York Yankees. He along with his colleagues try to convince Hank Lumpkin to sign for his Big-Apple-based, team. 
See: Hillbilly Whiz

Phil Rizzuto
Major League Baseball player for the New York Yankees. He along with his colleagues tries to convince Hank Lumpkin to sign for their team. 
See: Hillbilly Whiz

Mickey Rooney
American actor. Turns up backstage.
See: Bilko Presents the McGuire Sisters

McGuire Sisters
A singing trio in American popular music. The group was composed of three sisters; Christine, Dorothy and Phyllis. Bilko tries to get them to sing in his show.
See: Bilko Presents the McGuire Sisters

Sam Snead
Legendary American golfer. Bilko gets him to play Colonel Halls shots on the golf course, whilst old Melonhead has his eyes shut!
See: The Colonel Breaks Par

Jule Styne
British-born American songwriter.
See: Sergeant Bilko Presents Ed Sullivan


Ed Sullivan
TV variety show host. Has trouble with Ernie trying to run his new army show.
See: Sergeant Bilko Presents Ed Sullivan

Mike Todd
Film producer. He suggests some publicity for his new film Around the World in Eighty Days: $20,000 prize for the first person to go around the world in 80 hours.  Mike actually revolutionized the way The Phil Silvers Show was filmed. He didn't want to go before a live audience and so the powers that be decided to do a more leisurely shoot without an audience!
See: Bilko Goes Round the World

Dan Topping
Owner of the New York Yankees. 
See: Hillbilly Whiz

John Wray
Director and choreographer.
See: Sergeant Bilko Presents Ed Sullivan
And of course not to forget:

Bern Bennett
Announcer over the credits for the show
See: Bilko's Giveaway (guest appearance)