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Name  Roger Fritz
Role  Actor
Children  Tatjana Leslie Fritz

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Spouse  Helga Anders (m. 1968–1974)
Movies  Querelle, Cross of Iron, Berlin Alexanderplatz, Lili Marleen, Despair
Similar People  Helga Anders, Klaus Lowitsch, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Peer Raben, Juliane Lorenz

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Roger Fritz (born 22 September 1936) is a German actor, director, producer and photographer, perhaps best known for Cross of Iron, and his work with Rainer Werner Fassbinder in Querelle, Lili Marleen and Berlin Alexanderplatz.


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Roger Fritz was born on 22 September 1936 in Mannheim, Baden, Germany. He was married to the actress, Helga Anders (1948–86), from 1968–74, when they divorced. They had one child, Leslie Fritz, who is an assistant director.

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Selected filmography

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  • Mädchen, Mädchen (1967)
  • Run, Rabbit, Run (Häschen in der Grube) (1969)
  • The Brutes (Mädchen mit Gewalt) (1970)
  • Motiv Liebe (1972) (TV series)
  • Frankfurt Kaiserstraße (1981)
  • Actor

  • Jet Generation, directed by Eckhart Schmidt (1968)
  • Zuckerbrot und Peitsche, directed by Marran Gosov (1968)
  • Bis zum Happy-End, directed by Theodor Kotulla (1968)
  • Madame Bovary (1969)
  • Femmine insaziabili, directed by Alberto De Martino (1969)
  • Fremde Stadt, directed by Rudolf Thome (1972)
  • Nessuno deve sapere, directed by Mario Landi (1972) (TV miniseries)
  • Cross of Iron, directed by Sam Peckinpah (1977)
  • Despair, directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1978)
  • Berlin Alexanderplatz, directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1980) (TV miniseries)
  • Lili Marleen, directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1981)
  • Querelle, directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1982)
  • Annas Mutter, directed by Burkhard Driest (1984)
  • Daniel – Der Zauberer, directed by Ulli Lommel (2004)
  • References

    Roger Fritz Wikipedia