Philip Hindin (August 19, 1917 - August 9, 2003) was a British game show developer and entertainment agent and producer. He is credited as a game designer for the board game Call My Bluff. He bought the rights to many game shows such as "What's My Line?", "Twenty Questions", and "Call My Bluff".
During World War II, he served in the British army as a sergeant major in India, Malaya, and Burma, and he also organized shows for ENSA.