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Frederick Frazier

Frederick Frazier was born as Frederick Ellis Frazier Jr. He is an actor and producer, known for Lunch with Jeremiah (2013), 20 Dollar (2011) and Summer's Gone (1999). See full bio »

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20 Dollar
20 Dollar Journalist
Summer's Gone
Summer's Gone Alonzo
One Night Stan
One Night Stan Sound Department


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 2016/III Learning Curve (Short) (completed)
 2013 Lunch with Jeremiah (Short) (completed)
 2012 Breast Day Ever (Short)
Shopkeeper (as Fred Frazier)
 2012/I Casual (Short)
 2011/I Mother (Short)
Social Worker (as Fred Frazier)
 2009 Mafia (Short)
Fred (as Fred Frazier)
 2008 The Big V (Short)
Brett (as Fred Frazier)
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 2003 Searching for Haizmann
Robe Carrying Man (as Fred Frazier)
 1999 Summer's Gone
Alonzo (as Fred Frazier)
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 2011 20 Dollar (TV Series)
- Life Is Priceless (2011) ... Journalist
 2010 I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant (TV Series)
Artie Doss
- Barbara/From Heartbeat to Heart Attack (2010) ... Artie Doss (as Fred Frazier)
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 2013 Lunch with Jeremiah (Short) (producer) (completed)
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 2009 One Night Stan (Short) (boom operator - as Fred Frazier)

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