Herbie Faye (February 2, 1899 – June 28, 1980) was an American actor and vaudeville comedian who appeared in both of Phil Silvers’ CBS television series, The Phil Silvers Show (1955–1959) and The New Phil Silvers Show (1963–1964).
Faye worked with Mildred Harris in vaudeville, with Silvers as one of the supporting cast. His relationship with Silvers began in 1928 when Silvers was the straight man in Faye’s act.
On Broadway, Faye appeared in Top Banana (1951) and Wine, Women and Song (1942).
In movies, Faye appeared in 1956 as Max in The Harder They Fall, a boxing story starring Humphrey Bogart in his last role. In 1961, he appeared as a cook in the comedy film Snow White and the Three Stooges. In 1962, he portrayed Charlie the bartender, in another boxing film Requiem for a Heavyweight, starring Anthony Quinn.
|1956||The Harder They Fall||Max|
|1959||Never Steal Anything Small||Hymie|
|1961||Snow White and the Three Stooges||Head Cook||Uncredited|
|1962||Requiem for a Heavyweight||Charlie, the Bartender|
|1963||Come Blow Your Horn||Waiter||Uncredited|
|1963||The Thrill of It All||Irving|
|1964||The Disorderly Orderly||Mr. Welles, Patient||Uncredited|
|1965||The Family Jewels||Joe|
|1966||The Ghost and Mr. Chicken||Man in Diner||Uncredited|
|1966||The Fortune Cookie||Maury, the Equipment Man|
|1967||Enter Laughin||Mr. Schoenbaum|
|1967||Thoroughly Modern Millie||Taxi Driver|
|1968||The Night They Raided Minsky’s||Waiter||Uncredited|
|1969||Angel in My Pocket||Mr. Welch|
|1969||The Love God?||Lester Timkin|
|1971||Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?||Divorcee|
|1980||Melvin and Howard||Man Witness||(final film role)|