Flip's comedy albums included "Cowboys and Colored People" in 1967; "Flippin'" and "Flip Wilson, You Devil You," both in 1968.
Flip's television specials included:
Flip Wilson...Of Course and
The Flip Wilson Special in 1974, and The Flip Wilson Special,
Travels With Flip,
and The Flip Wilson Comedy Special in 1975.
Flip received his stage name from friends in the United States Air Force, who joked that he had "flipped out," when he served from 1950-1954.
Flip won the Grammy for Best Comedy Recording for "The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress" in 1970.
Flip did a television commercial for Colgate toothpaste in 1986.
Flip did a television commercial for Seven-Up in 1981.
Flip won the Golden Globe for Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy in 1971 and was nominated again for the same award in 1972 and 1973.
Flip won two Emmys, shared with his staff, for Outstanding Variety Series - Musical and Outstanding Writing Achievement in Variety or Music for The Flip Wilson Show in 1971.