Betty Schade was born on March 27, 1895 in Geestemunde, Germany as Frida Feddersen. She was an actress and writer, known for The Eel (1916), A Bum Bomb (1918) and Bare Fists (1919). She was married to Fritz Schade. She died on March 27, 1982 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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The sometimes blonde-haired Schade was the wife of actor Fritz Schade. The couple had come west with a theatrical company in 1912/13 and joined the original Mack Sennett stock company before later moving over to Carl Laemmle's Universal Pictures. Schade made nearly one hundred films in her short career (1913-1921), and then disappeared from the scene.