Phil Berger was an extremely prolific, award winning author and screenwriter:
- The Last Laugh : The World of the Stand-Up Comics
- Miracle on 33rd Street; the New York Knickerbockers' Championship Season
- Blood Season : Mike Tyson and the World of Boxing
- "Punch Lines : Berger on Boxing", a collection of his boxing profiles
- Smokin' Joe : The Autobiography of a Heavyweight Champion
of the World, Smokin' Joe Frazier
- Larry Holmes : Against The Odds
- Forever Showtime : The Checkered Life of Pistol Pete Maravich
- Knight Fall : Bobby Knight, The Truth Behind America's Most Controversial Coach
- Aerobox : A High Performance Fitness Program ,written
with former prizefighter Michael, Jr. Olajide
- The New York Knicks : The Official Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration
- Big Time, loosely based on the life of pro basketball rogue Jack Molinas.
- Twisted Genius : Confessions of a $10 Million Scam Man written with con man
- From 1985-1992 Phil was the boxing writer for the New York Times and in 1987 was
named "Boxing Writer of the Year" by the World Boxing Association
- As a journalist, Phil appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Playboy,
Inside Sports, the Village Voice, Penthouse, Look, Men's Journal, Sport and
the Washington Post.
- Phil was working with Bert Sugar on the soon to be released pugilist
encyclopedia "Total Boxing" for Total Sports.
- Phil's script, "Price of Glory," the story of a failed prizefighter who raises
three sons to fulfill the dream of glory in the ring. "Price of Glory,"
starring Jimmy Smits, with Jon Seda, was released by New Line cinema in
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