• Fredric Honebein

    Fredric H. Honebein (born April 1, 1968, in Tiburon, California ) is an American rower. He finished 5th in the men's eight at the 1996 Summer Olympics.

  • Fredric Hobbs

    Fredric Hobbs

    Fredric Hobbs (December 30, 1931 - April 25, 2018) was an American artist and filmmaker. He pioneered the art form, ART ECO. His work has been showcased at museums and galleries internationally.

  • Fredric Steinkamp

    Fredric Steinkamp (August 22, 1928 – February 20, 2002) was an American film editor with more than 40 film credits. He had a longstanding, notable collaboration with director Sydney Pollack, editing nearly all of Pollack's films from They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) through Sabrina (1995).

  • Fredric Lehne

    Fredric Lehne

    Fredric George Lehne (born February 3, 1959) is an American actor of film, stage, and television.

  • Fredric Drum

    Fredric Drum is a fictional character who appears in works by the Norwegian author Gert Nygårdshaug, the protagonist of ten crime fiction novels published over the course of 21 years. Outside Norway the Fredric Drum series has been published in Denmark, Germany, Poland and Russia.

  • Fredric U. Dicker

    Fredric Uberall "Fred" Dicker is a former columnist for the New York Post. He served as the state editor for New York since 1982, where he covered the administrations of Hugh Carey, Mario Cuomo, George Pataki, Eliot Spitzer, David Paterson, and Andrew Cuomo.

  • Fredric Brown bibliography

    The bibliography of American writer Fredric Brown includes short stories, general fiction, mysteries and science fiction stories.

  • Fredric Barnes

    Fredric Barnes

    Fredric Barnes is an American football player from Orlando, Florida who plays as a wide receiver.

  • Fredric Dannen

    Fredric Dannen is an American journalist and author. He is best known for his landmark book Hit Men: Powerbrokers and Fast Money Inside the Music Business (1990), which investigated the behind-the-scenes dealings of the major American record labels in the 1970s and 1980s, focussing on the careers of leading CBS Records executives Walter Yetnikoff and Dick Asher. Hit Men came in second on Billboard_(magazine) list of "100 Greatest Music Books of All Time"

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