Gerard Heinz (2 January 1904, in Hamburg, Germany – 20 November 1972, in England), born Gerhard Hinze, was an actor. He later moved to Britain, where he changed his name to Gerard Heinz. He appeared in almost 60 films (including Caravan), and a number of stage productions. In the original 1942 production of Terence Rattigan's Flare Path, he played Count Skriczevinsky, a Polish pilot serving with the RAF in World War II.
A relationship with Joan Rodker, daughter of the modernist poet John Rodker, resulted in the birth of a son, Ernest, in Odessa in 1937. After their separation, Heinz married the actress Mary Kenton. They played respectively Mr. and Mrs. Serafin in the 1961 episode "Washday S.O.S." of the TV series "The Cheaters". They also performed together in the 1964 film "The Sullavan Brothers", and in the ITC crime drama series, "The Four Just Men", and a number of other films.
- Thunder Rock (1942) - Hans Harma (uncredited)
- Went the Day Well? (1942) - Schmidt (uncredited)
- English Without Tears (1944) - Polish Officer
- Caravan (1946) - Don Carlos
- Frieda (1947) - Polish Priest
- The First Gentleman (1948) - Dr. Stockmar
- Broken Journey (1948) - Joseph Romer
- The Fallen Idol (1948) - Ambassador
- Sleeping Car to Trieste (1948) - Ambassador
- Portrait from Life (1948) - Heine
- That Dangerous Age (1949) - Dr. Thorvald
- The Bad Lord Byron (1949) - Austrian Officer
- The Lost People (1949) - Professor
- State Secret (1950) - Tomasi Bendel
- The Clouded Yellow (1950) - Dr. Karl Cesare
- Traveller's Joy (1950) - Helstrom
- White Corridors (1951) - Dr. Macuzek
- His Excellency (1952) - Prime Minister
- Private Information (1952) - Alex
- Top Secret (1952) - Russian Director of Plant
- Desperate Moment (1953) - German Prison Doctor
- The Cruel Sea (1953) - Polish Captain
- The Prisoner (1955) - The Doctor
- You Pay Your Money (1957) - Dr. Burger
- Seven Thunders (1957) - Von Kronitz
- The Mark of the Hawk (1957) - Governor General
- The House of the Seven Hawks (1959) - Inspector Sluiter
- I Aim at the Stars (1960) - Professor Oberth
- Offbeat (1961) - Jake
- Highway to Battle (1961) - Constantin
- Operation Snatch (1962) - Col. Waldock
- Mystery Submarine (1963) - German Admiral
- Operation Crossbow (1965) - German Officer (uncredited)
- Devils of Darkness (1965) - Bouvier
- The Heroes of Telemark (1965) - Enhardt
- The Projected Man (1966) - Prof. Lembach
- Where the Bullets Fly (1966) - Venstram
- The Dirty Dozen (1967) - Card-Playing German Officer (uncredited)
- Venom (aka The Legend of Spider Forest) (1971) - Huber
- Rattigan, Terence (2001). The Collected Plays of Terence Rattigan, Volume One, The Early Plays 1936-1952, p. 80. The Paper Tiger. ISBN 978-1-889439-27-3.
- Clancy Sigal Obituary: Joan Rodker, The Guardian, 9 February 2011
- "The Cheaters". Retrieved 21 June 2013.
- "The Sullavan Brothers". Retrieved 21 June 2013.
- "The Four Just Men". Retrieved 21 June 2013.