Frederick Heck

Actor - USA
Born January 15, 1865 in Altoona, PA, US
Died November 6, 1930 in Newark, NJ, US

Frederick Heck was born on January 15, 1865 in Altoona, PA, US. He was an American Actor, known for An Adventuress (1920), Rose of the Alley (1916), Barbara Frietchie (1915), Frederick Heck's first movie on record is from 1915. Frederick Heck died on November 6, 1930 in Newark, NJ, US. His last motion picture on file dates from 1920.

Frederick Heck Filmography [Auszug]
1920: [04.10] An Adventuress (Over the Rhine, The Isle of Love) (Cast), Directed by Fred J. Balshofer, with Julian Eltinge, , William Clifford,
1916: [04.10] The Half Million Bribe (Cast: Broderick (AKA Fred Heck)), Directed by Edgar Jones, with Hamilton Revelle, Marguerite Snow, Carlton Brickert,
1916: [01.17] Rose of the Alley (Somewhere in America) (Cast: Dan Hogan), Directed by William C. Dowlan, Charles Horan, with Mary Miles Minter, ,
1915: [11.28] Barbara Frietchie (Cast: Colonel Negly), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with Mrs. Thomas Whiffen, Mary Miles Minter, Guy Coombs,

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