Roger Fritz (*1936 in Mannheim) is a versatile artist. He worked as a director, author, producer, actor and photographer, while he originally trained to become a wholesale trader. In 1955 however he met the photographer Herbert List in Munich and started to assist him occasionally. He began taking photos himself sometimes and won the Photokina-Prize in 1954, and another award two years later. This was the beginning of his career. Roger Fritz co-founded the magazine twen in 1959 and began studying at the UFA direction school for young talents in Berlin in 1961.
His photography was exhibited, among others, in the Kunsthalle Mannheim 2004/6, the German Film Museum Frankfurt in 2006 and the Opel Villen Rüsselsheim.