RIP: Nikki Fritz (1968 – 2020)

We’re sad to learn of Nikki Fritz’s death, the actress having lost her lengthy battle with leukaemia.

Frequently described as one of the true ‘Queens of Cinemax’, Fritz appeared in a wealth of deliciously eccentric B-movies and softcore programmers throughout the ‘90s and early ‘00s including — but not limited to — David DeCoteau’s Beach Babes From Beyond (1993), the Roger Corman-produced Burial of the Rats (1995), the red-hot Sinful Obsession (1999) (pictured), and a whole slew of Fred Olen Ray and Jim Wynorski flicks such as Dinosaur Island (1994)Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold (1995), Bikini Drive-In (1995), Crash Point Zero (2001), and The Bare Wench Series. She lit up the screen each time.

Though Fritz had since abandoned acting to pursue other interests, it’s been a joy seeing her repeatedly pop up in the movies we’ve been writing about for Schlock & Awe. Great to look at and incredibly funny, we thought she was brilliant. Our condolences to Ms. Fritz’s family, friends, and loved ones. 


Update 3/10/21:

The Schlock Pit Nikki Fritz Vault:

Beach Babes From Beyond (1993)
Bikini Drive-In (1995)
Stripteaser (1995)
Veronica 2030 (1999)

6 thoughts on “RIP: Nikki Fritz (1968 – 2020)

  1. Worked with Nikki for 8 years in Bellflower, CA. She was always fun and super nice to me. I’m very sad to hear of her passing. I’ll see you again, Nikki.

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  2. I was a line dancer on the movie “Saturday Night Special” with Nikki. I found her to be a very warm and funny woman who really enjoyed what she was doing. I am deeply saddened to hear of her passing and I hold nothing but great memories of her. R.I.P. sweet Angel.

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  3. Rest in peace Nikki I used to walk you to and from work to your car I was a guard in bellflower my name is Mark Montoya I didn’t know you have left us you always made me laugh and you were so beautiful ❤️ I always make sure you were always safe when you left work I will never forget you Nikki your friend Mark.

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