Frederick Paul "Fred" Draper II (September 2, 1923 – December 28, 1999) was an American film and television actor. He was roommates in New York City with Harry Mastergeorge and John Cassavetes while attending The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York with Grace Kelly, Anne Bancroft, Harry Mastergeorge and John Cassavettes and graduated May 1, 1950. He appeared on numerous television programs and films.
Born in the Pennsylvania city of Chester, he appeared in four of director John Cassavetes' films (Faces, Husbands, A Woman Under the Influence, Opening Night). He also played different roles on six episodes of the Peter Falk detective series Columbo. Viewable at The Museum of Television and Radio, Beverly Hills, CA.
- Opening Night (1977) as Leo
- "Future Cop" (TV) as Lieutenant Commander (1 episode, 1977)
- Columbo (TV) (6 episodes; 1971-1976)
- "Police Woman" as Distinguished Guest (1 episode, 1974)
- A Woman Under the Influence as George Mortensen (1974)
- Husbands: A Comedy About Life, Death and Freedom (1970)
- Faces (1968) as Freddie Draper
- "Peyton Place" as Bartender Fred (1 episode, 1966)
- "Kraft Suspense Theatre" as Mark's Father (1 episode, 1965)
- "The Adventures of Jim Bowie" as Wiley Baker (1 episode, 1957)
- "M Squad" as Det. Lt. Wade (1 episode, 1957)