Fred Meyers

Biography: Almost an army brat, Fred was three months old when his dad retired from the Army and moved the family to Scottsdale, Arizona. Fred's early years focused on swimming lessons with Grandpa, frequent family gatherings, weekend cookouts and major expeditions to the Phoenix Zoo.
Fred showed an early preference for movies over kid's cartoons. His favorite movies were all the "Godzilla" and all of Bruce Lee's films. At 4 1/2 he started learning Kenpo and at age five, he announced he was going to be an actor and own a karate school.
By age thirteen, Fred had earned his 2nd Degree Black Belt and was an accomplished taekwondo instructor. His classes were so much fun and became so large that his instructor stopped announcing his schedule. If you wanted to catch a class with Mr. Meyers-- you just had to come! Fred also competed in Karate tournaments, leading his division's Top Four before turning his focus to acting and moving to Los Angeles. Fred's talent, skill and quirky
Almost an army brat, Fred was three months old when his dad retired from the Army and moved the family to Scottsdale, Arizona. Fred's early years focused on swimming lessons with Grandpa, frequent family gatherings, weekend cookouts and major expeditions to the Phoenix Zoo.
Fred showed an early preference for movies over kid's cartoons. His favorite movies were all the "Godzilla" and all of Bruce Lee's films. At 4 1/2 he started learning Kenpo and at age five, he announced he was going to be an actor and own a karate school.
By age thirteen, Fred had earned his 2nd Degree Black Belt and was an accomplished taekwondo instructor. His classes were so much fun and became so large that his instructor stopped announcing his schedule. If you wanted to catch a class with Mr. Meyers-- you just had to come! Fred also competed in Karate tournaments, leading his division's Top Four before turning his focus to acting and moving to Los Angeles.
Fred's talent, skill and quirky good looks landed a recurring role on Even Stevens. Disney's top rated children's show. He has developed his character of "Tom Gribalski" into a complex, humorous character with a serious side. Fred enjoys the challenge of auditioning and considers that his regular day job.
Although Fred attended public schools in Phoenix, he completed his high school credits with Alternative Schools of California, an independent study program located in Burbank. Fred enjoys acting classes, computer gaming, working out with weights, dating and checking out the vintage muscle cars at Big Bob's on Friday nights.
The promotional trailer for Fred's last film, Suspended Animation, was shown at the Las Vegas Broadcasters convention and the Cannes Film Festival advertising HDTV by the Sony Corporation. Booking the role of Sandor in Suspended Animation gave Fred a rare opportunity to explore the dark, deranged mind of a teenage serial killer and do his own stunts in some realistic fight scenes. Suspended Animation was written by Dorothy Tristan and directed by John Hancock.

Fred also guest starred on Seventh Heaven as the "paint huffer," in the episode "Whose Nose?"

Catch Fred in these new films: "Raise Your Voice", "Dirty Deeds" and "Confession".
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Fred Meyers' Scores

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Average career score: 43
Highest Metascore: 43 Suspended Animation
Lowest Metascore: 43 Suspended Animation
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1 movie review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
43 Suspended Animation Oct 31, 2003 Sandor Hansen tbd