Fritz Eckhardt (born Linz, 30 November 1907; died Klosterneuburg, 31 December 1995) was an Austrian actor, director, and writer. He is remembered for playing the lead role as chief inspector Marek in the Österreichischer Rundfunk version of the detective series Tatort. He also played cabaret and wrote numerous theatre plays and film scripts.
- The Last Enemy (1938)
- His Daughter is Called Peter (1955)
- A Woman Who Knows What She Wants (1958)
- Almost Angels (1962) - Father Fiala
- Miracle of the White Stallions (1963)
- Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color : The Waltz King (1963)
- DM-Killer (1965)
- The Reverend Turns a Blind Eye (1971)
- Trouble with Trixie (1972)
Decorations and awards
- 1987: Honorary Ring of the Vienna
- 1983: Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art, 1st class
- 1973: Gold Medal of the city of Vienna
- 1974: Golden Camera
- "Reply to a parliamentary question" (pdf) (in German). p. 670. Retrieved 4 March 2013.