Frederick David ‘Fritz’ Sperberg was born on July 20, 1951 in Borger, Texas. Fritz is a graduate of Trinity University and first appeared on stage in "Getting Out" (1979), followed by several more plays including a 1981 version of "Macbeth" playing the role of Banquo. This would later appear on TV in 1982. Fritz would appear in a number of TV series and films in the 1980's including "Out of the Darkness" (1985) and Michel Landon’s "Highway to Heaven" (1988). In the 1990s he appeared in both Terence Hill’s TV series "Lucky Luke" 1990-1991 and the film as Averill Dalton and later in 1994 he would play the role of "Deputy Joe" in Hill’s "Troublemakers" western with Bud Spencer. Fritz also appeared on Broadway in "A Few Good Men" (1990) starring Tom Hulce. Fritz has continued to appear in films, TV and plays. Today we celebrate Fritz Sperberg’s 60th birthday.
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