Meet Caitlin Nell Dryer, Fred Dryer’s daughter
Caitlin Nell Dryer is the daughter of Fred Dryer and Tracy Vaccaro, his ex-wife. Caitlin’s father, Fred, is an American actor, radio host, screenwriter, and former National Football League defensive end. He played in the NFL for 13 years, starting in 1969, and had 104 career sacks with the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams. Tracy, Caitlin’s mother, is an actress known for her roles in Candy the Stripper and The Man Who Loved Women. Caitlin Nell Dryer is Fred Dryer’s and his ex-only wife’s known child.
|Full Name||Caitlin Nell Dryer|
|Famous as||The daughter of Fred Dryer|
|Date of Birth||April 12, 1984|
|Place of Birth||United States of America|
|Parents||Father- Fred Dryer
Mother- Tracy Vaccaro
Caitlin was born in the United States of America on April 12, 1984, but the exact location has not been revealed. She will be 38 years old in 2022. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Tracy Vaccaro, Caitlin Nell Dryer’s mother, met her father, Fred, at Hugh Hefner’s mansion, where she was sitting by the pool. They married in May of 1983 and had their only child, Caitlin, a year later. The couples collaborated on a couple of films. He collaborated with her on Hunter (1984) (Case X as Evie, A Child is Born as Stacey Collins, Ring of Honor as Ann Smith, Cries of Silence as Linda Conway, Ex Marks the Spot as Linda Conway, Ex Marks the Spot as Linda Conway) and Land’s End (1995) (as April in the pilot, A Line in the Sand, and Dr. Amoré).
In 1988, Caitlin’s parents divorced. They split up primarily due to Fred’s long work days on Hunter, they claimed (1984). Tracy remarried and relocated to Las Vegas with Caitlin and her new husband following the divorce. She gave birth to another child in 1989. Caitlin’s relationship with her father was unaffected by the fact that she lived outside of Los Angeles.
Facts about Catlin Dryer’s father
Caitlin Dryer’s father had a successful career as a film and television actor after retiring from football, most notably in the series Hunter.
Fred was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1997, making him one of only three SDSU Aztecs to do so. He was inducted into the San Diego Sports Hall of Fame in 1998, joining Ted Williams, Dan Fouts, Dave Winfield, and Tony Gwynn as the highest honor bestowed on a San Diego athlete.
Caitlin Nell Dryer’s father set a record on October 21, 1973, when he defeated Green Bay 24–7 in Los Angeles. The Packers were down 20–7 in the fourth quarter when Dryer stormed in from the right side of the defense and chased down Green Bay quarterback Scott Hunter, dropping him in the end zone for a safety.