Birth Name: John Frederick Dryer
Height : 6' 6" (1.98 m)
Biography and Career:
Fred Dryer was born on 6th July, 1946 in Hawthorne, California, USA. He is the son of Charles F. Dryer and Genevieve Nell Clark. He is an American Actor and former Football defensive end in the National Football League (NFL).
Dryer began his football career at Lawndale High School in Lawndale, California, and then attended El Camino Junior College before transferring to San Diego State University (SDSU).
Dryer played 13 years in the NFL, playing 176 games, starting 166, and recording 104 career sacks with the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams.
After his retirement from football, Dryer had a successful career as a film and television actor, notably starring i
n the series Hunter.
In 1988, Dryer was inducted into the San Diego State University Aztec Hall of Fame. In 1997 Dryer received college football's ultimate honor in being voted to the College Football Hall of Fame and is one of only three SDSU Aztecs in the collegiate Hall of Fame.
Prior to the start of his show business career, Dryer flexed his acting muscles when he helped cover Super Bowl IX for SPORT magazine.
Dryer's best-known acting role came in the 1980s television crime drama Hunter, in which he costarred with Stepfanie Kramer. Dryer also starred in the action-thriller movie Death before Dishonor as well as Mike Land in the TV series Land's End (21 episodes, 1995-1996). He is also the only actor, so far, to portray legendary DC Comics military hero Sgt. Rock, during his appearance on the Justice League TV show.
Dryer got married in May 1983 (divorced in 1988) to actress and Playboy centerfold Tracy Vaccaro, who also worked with him on Hunter and Land's End. Together, they have at least one daughter. Dryer stills reside in Los Angeles and have his own production company (Fred Dryer Productions).
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