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Eric Fischer (III)


Eric Fischer was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to parents Mark and Linda Fischer. Eric has one sister, Kelly Fischer. Growing up in Ohio, Eric excelled in sports while also juggling a small acting career. At 18 years old he was drafted by the Chicago White Sox where he played in their organization for 6 years. Eric was then traded to the Minnesota ... See full bio »

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Known For

Night Train to Lisbon
(2013)
Truth
Truth Producer
(2009)
Who Are You?
Who Are You? Producer
(2009)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Producer (13 credits)
 2018 After Porn Ends 3 (Documentary) (executive producer) (filming)
 2018 Monumental (producer) (post-production)
 2018 Stano (producer) (post-production)
 2018/II Tiger (executive producer) (completed)
 2017 Tragedy Girls (executive producer)
 2016 Undrafted (producer)
 2013 Night Train to Lisbon (executive producer)
 2012 Lizzie (co-producer)
 2012 7 Below (producer)
 2009 Who Are You? (Video) (producer)
 2009 Truth (Short) (producer)
Show Show Actor (11 credits)
Show Show Writer (3 credits)
Show Show Director (2 credits)
Show Show Location management (1 credit)

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Alternate Names:

Eric Mark Fischer

Height:

6' 2½" (1.89 m)
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He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 7th round of the 1998 Major League Baseball Draft. He was rule V drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 2002 where he finished his career in 2005. He endured four arm surgeries that prevented him from making the major leagues.

He attended the famed Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio where Ken Griffey Jr, Barry Larkin, and other greats also ... See more »

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