Freddie Prinze Jr.
FILMOGRAPHY
  • Head Over Heels (2000)
  • Wing Commander (1999) .... Christopher 'Maverick' Blair
  • She's All That (1999) .... Zach Siler
  • Down to You (1999) .... Al Connelly
  • Vig (1998) (TV) .... Tony
  • I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998) .... Ray Bronson
  • Sparkler (1998) .... Brad
  • I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) .... Ray Bronson
  • Detention: The Siege at Johnson High (1997) (TV) .... Aaron Sullivan
  • House of Yes, The (1997) .... Anthony
  • To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday (1996) .... Joey Bost

BIOGRAPHY

Born on March 8 1976 at Albuquerque, New Mexico,
Freddie is the son of the famed Freddie Prinze, who was the star of "Chico and the Man." Unfortunately, his father committed suicide when Freddie was very young, so Freddie never really got to know his father. Freddie enjoys martial arts, having a trained in Kenfo, Muay Thai, and Ju Jitsu by some of the world's greatest senses. He also is a self-proclaimed cartoon nut. One of his all-time favorites is Spider Man. He has said that if they make a Spider Man movie, he deserves to be Spider Man. He also likes "Jonny Quest." Throughout his youth, he acted in plays at eh the Albuquerque Children's Theatre and the Due Drama Company. He attented three different schools in his life, which were Eldorado, Sandia, and La Cueva. Freddie graduated from La Cueva High in Albuquerque, NM in 1994. He then moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career.
He first appeared in guest spots on shows like "Family Matters." His big break came in 1994(?) when he appeared in the film "To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday" where he played Claire Danes' boyfriend, "Joey Bost." He has said he was extremely nervous for their kissing scene, claiming that before they shot it, he prayed to God to not let him puke on her!
His next film was "The House of Yes" in which he played Parker Posey's younger brother, "Anthony." This film was a black comedy about a Thanksgiving dinner that actually isn't so Thanksgiving-like. Parker Posey's character is obsessed with Jackie Kennedy, (her name is even "Jackie O"). Basically, her other brother, "Marty," brings home his fiancee, and "Jackie O" can't handle it, because her and "Marty" are involved in incest. It's a fairly sick idea, but the movie is really funny!

Then he made the film, "I Know What You Did Last Summer." He played Jennifer Love Hewitt's boyfriend, Ray Bronson. In the movie, the four main characters accidentally hit a man with their car and then dump the body into the ocean to cover it up. A year later the four friends start getting harassed by some who knows what they did. People run, people die, people triumph. It's a great film! Definitely one of my favorites! Freddie also appears in the follow-up to this film, "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" which takes place one year later. Jennifer Love Hewitt's character, "Julie," wins tickets to an island getaway and the horror starts all over again.

The next film was the hit comedy, "She's All That." Freddie plays the popular guy at school, "Zack Siler," who has just been dumped by the most popular girl in school, "Taylor Vaughn," who is played by Jodi Lynn O'Keefe. So, "Zack" makes a bet with his friends that in six weeks he can turn any girl in school into the prom queen. He ends up having to makeover "Laney Boggs," played by Rachael Leigh Cook. "Laney" doesn't like "Zack" at first, disliking all popular people. But the more they get to know eachother, the more they begin to like eachother. This is another great flick! It's funny, romantic, and just an all-around fun film!

Just released was the film, "Wing Commander," based on the popular CD-rom. Freddie plays the lead role of "Christopher 'Maverick' Blair."

Next up for Freddie are "Sparkler" and "Vig." They are supposedly coming out sometime this spring/summer? Guess we'll just have to wait!


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