Teddy Tetzlaff was an American actor.
Teddy Tetzlaff has sometimes been credited as Terrible Teddy.
Teddy Tetzlaff was born on February 5th, in Los Angeles, California, United States. His zodiac sign was Aquarius.
He died on Sunday, December 8th, 1929 at the age of forty-six (46) in Artesia, California, United States.
As an actor, Teddy Tetzlaff has been seen in movies such as Double Speed, released in 1920, Across the Continent (1922).
Across the Continent
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