Freddie has appeared in many television drama series including ‘Casualty’, ‘Heartbeat’, ‘Preston Front’, ‘Hetty Wainthrop’ investigates, ‘Band of Gold’, ‘Medics’, ‘Micky Love’,’Last of the Summer Wine’ and two series of ‘Harbour Lights’, plus more recent appearances as a special guest on ‘My Family’ the series ‘Born and Bred’ and and ‘Hugo Blick’ Sensitive Skin’.  His film credits include the cult classic ‘Funny Bones’.

On Stage Freddie has starred in several successful nation- wide theatre tours ‘Victoria Woods,Talent’, ‘Agatha Christie’ Murder at the Vicarage’ and in the stunning RSC production of ‘The Secret Garden’ at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon followed by a run in London’s West-End at the Aldwych Theatre.

Freddie’s appearance as a talking portrait in ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban’ film has brought him fan letters from a new world wide audience.

Currently airing in France -Freddie has become the face of McDonalds with a TV commercial called ‘Grand Papaʼ

Early in his career Freddie was one of the UK’s best loved comedy characters appearing in over 500 Television and Radio shows with his unique stand up routine. His act is still acknowledged today after more than 50 years as a professional comedian.

Freddie has appeared in many television drama series including ‘Casualty’, ‘Heartbeat’, ‘Preston Front’, ‘Hetty Wainthrop’ investigates, ‘Band of Gold’, ‘Medics’, ‘Micky Love’,’Last of the Summer Wine’ and two series of ‘Harbour Lights’, plus more recent appearances as a special guest on ‘My Family’ the series ‘Born and Bred’ and and ‘Hugo Blick’ Sensitive Skin’.  His film credits include the cult classic ‘Funny Bones’.

On Stage Freddie has starred in several successful nation- wide theatre tours ‘Victoria Woods,Talent’, ‘Agatha Christie’ Murder at the Vicarage’ and in the stunning RSC production of ‘The Secret Garden’ at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon followed by a run in London’s West-End at the Aldwych Theatre.

Freddie’s appearance as a talking portrait in ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban’ film has brought him fan letters from a new world wide audience.

Currently airing in France -Freddie has become the face of McDonalds with a TV commercial called ‘Grand Papaʼ

Early in his career Freddie was one of the UK’s best loved comedy characters appearing in over 500 Television and Radio shows with his unique stand up routine. His act is still acknowledged today after more than 50 years as a professional comedian.