Frederick Jaeger Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Berlin, Germany
Died in Majorca, Spain
Birth NameManfred Frederick Jaeger

Mini Bio (1)

Frederick was educated in Germany and France. He came to England in 1939 and took up acting at the suggestion of his English headmaster. He attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London between 1946 and 1948 and started his stage career at preston Rep in 1949. Many rep seasons in provinces before West End appearances including 'The Comedy of Errors', 'Lock Up Your Daughters', 'The Potsdam Quartet', 'Big Fish, Little Fish', 'For Adults Only', 'A Patriot For Me', 'Mrs. Gibson's Boys' and 'Salad Days'. Frederick started his television career in 1955 and went into films in 1956. He continued to act in all strands of the profession until his death.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gary P. Rose

Spouse (2)

Elizabeth Griffiths (1973 - 18 June 2004) (his death)
Hazel Penwarden (1958 - 1972) (divorced)

Trivia (4)

Retired from acting in 1996
Became a naturalized Briton in 1950.
Considered for Dr. Hans Fallada, Sir Percy Heseltine, Dr. Bukovsky and Dr. Armstrong in Lifeforce (1985).
Acted in both The Avengers (1961) and The New Avengers (1976).

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