Freddie Flintoff Biography
A native of the City of Preston, United Kingdom, Freddie Flintoff is a famous English radio and television presenter and former international cricketer. He played all forms of the game and was one of the sport’s leading all-rounders, slip fielder, middle-order batsman, and fast bowler.
Freddie Flintoff Age
Flintoff is 44 years old as of 2021. He was born on 6 December 1977 in the City of Preston, United Kingdom. He celebrates his birthday on 6 December every year.
Freddie Flintoff Height
Flintoff stands at a height of 6 feet 4 inches(1.93m) tall and weighs 98kg(216 lbs).
Freddie Flintoff Education
Flintoff attended Greenlands Community Primary School and Ribbleton Hall High School (subsequently renamed City of Preston High School). His first trip abroad at age 14 was to Argentina. At City of Preston High School, he passed nine GCSEs, but he did not want to stay in education and left school at 16. As a boy, he played cricket for the Lancashire Schools under-11s and under-15s teams and he was also a keen chess player. He then played for two and a half years in the England under-19 cricket team.
Freddie Flintoff Family
Flintoff was born and raised in the City of Preston, the United Kingdom to his parents, Susan Flintoff (mother) and Colin Flintoff (father). He has a brother named Chris.
Freddie Flintoff Wife
Flintoff is happily married to his wife Rachael Wools. The partners got married in 2005 in Knightsbridge, London, UK. His wife is a former model and an entrepreneur. They met in 2002 at the Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham while Rachel was at an event to promote her business.
Flintoff, together with his wife Racheal has four kids: Rocky, Preston, Corey, Holly, and Flintoff. They named their lastborn Preston Flintoff in tribute to the Lancashire city that Flintoff grew up in.
Freddie Flintoff Net Worth
Flintoff has an estimated net worth of $ 20 million.
Freddie Flintoff Top Gear
Flintoff presented Top Gear series 27 together with Paddy McGuinness.The series began circulating on June 16, 2019, on BBC Two HD and BBC Two. He joined Chris Harris as a host to present the show after Matt LeBlanc announced that he was quitting Top Gear on completing the 26th series.
Freddie Flintoff Cricket
Flintoff played cricket for England, Chennai Super Kings, ICC World X1, Brisbane Heat, and Lancashire. He played as an allrounder with his batting style being a right-hand bat and his bowling style being right-arm fast-medium.
The former cricketer played his test debut for England in 1998 vs South Africa. His last test was in August 2009 when England played against Australia. His ODI debut was in 1999 when England played against Pakistan while the last ODI came in April 2009 vs West Indies.
T201 debut- England vs Australia in June 2005 with his last in September 2019 vs India.
Freddie Flintoff Awards
- PCA Player of the Year 2005
- BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2005
- ICC Player of the Year 2005
- PCA Player of the Year 2004
- ICC One-Day Player of The Year 2004
- Wisden Cricketer of The Year 2004
- Walter Lawrence Trophy 1999
- NBC Denis Compton Award 1997
Freddie Flintoff Bulimia
Flintoff disclosed that he had been struggling with Bulimia, an eating disorder for over 8 years since going public about it.
A documentary that premiered on BBC on 28th September 2020, Living With Bulimia touches on his personal journey as he struggles with the eating disorder for over 20 years.
Freddie Flintoff Tv Shows
- A-League of Their Own Since 2010
- Top Gear Since 2002
- The Games Since 2003
- Flintoff: Lord of the Fries Since 2015
- Australian Ninja Warrior Since 2017
- A-League Of Their Own: European Road Trip Since 2019
- A-League of Their Own: US Roadtrip Since 2016
- Don’t Rock the Boat Since 2020
- Cannonball 2017
- Freddie Down Under Since 2017
- Flintoff’s Road to Nowhere Since 2014
- Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week 2015 – 2017
- Very British Problems Since 2015
- One Hundred and Eighty! 2015
- The Best of Top Gear Since 2003
- John Bishop: In Conversation With 2016 – 2018
- Carnage Since 2018
- Parenting for Idiots Since 2017
- Summer Comedy Shorts Since 2017
- Flintoff: From Lords to the Ring 2012
- Stars In Their Cars Since 2003
- Let’s Get Gold 2012
- My Funniest the Year 2010 – 2011
- Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild Since 2012
- Freddie Flintoff Versus The World Since 2011
- 2004 ICC Champions Trophy Children in Need’s Great Big Bid