Richard Fiske

Richard Fiske

Highest Rated: 100% The Major and the Minor (1942)

Lowest Rated: 60% Dad (1989)

Birthday: Nov 20, 1915

Birthplace: Not Available

A contract player at Columbia Pictures (1938-1942), dark-haired young supporting actor Richard Fiske (born Potts) turned up in a wide variety of films, including Three Stooges and Andy Clyde comedy shorts and no less than eight William Elliott B-Westerns. Fiske and Elliott worked well together, especially in their last vehicle, Across the Sierras (1941), in which they play childhood friends. When an embittered Fiske joins a gang of outlaws, the two old friends have a showdown and both actors contribute to an honest, believable scene that belies the film's low-budget origins. Fiske, sadly, was one of several Hollywood actors to perish in active duty during World War II.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Ink & Steel Actor 2014
60% Dad Bingo Caller 1989
100% The Major and the Minor Will Duffy 1942
No Score Yet Valley of the Sun Lieutenant 1942
No Score Yet All the World's a Stooge Actor 1941
No Score Yet The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance Brakeman 1941
No Score Yet The Devil Commands Dr. Richard Sayles 1941
No Score Yet Across the Sierras Larry Armstrong 1941
No Score Yet The Phantom Submarine Actor 1941
No Score Yet North from the Lone Star Clint Wilson 1941
No Score Yet Island of Doomed Men Hale 1940
No Score Yet Pardon My Berth Marks Actor 1940
No Score Yet My Son Is Guilty Cop 1940
No Score Yet Blondie Nelson 1939
No Score Yet Blondie Meets the Boss Nelson 1939
No Score Yet The Taming of the West Blake - Blacksmith (uncredited) 1939
No Score Yet Spider's Web Jackson 1938


No Score Yet The Three Stooges


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