Freddie Highmore, a British award-winning actor. He starred as a child actor in the comedy Women Talking Dirty, Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and others.
About Freddie Highmore
Freddy Haymore is a British actor who first appeared in the 1999 comedy Women Talking Dirty when he was only seven years old. He later participated in several films such as Finding Neverland 2004, Five Children and It 2004, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 2005, Arthur and the Invisibles 2006, August Rush 2007 and other films.
He won the Critics Choice Award for Best Child Actor for two consecutive years for his role in Finding Neverland and his role in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
He participated in the drama Bates Motel between 2013 and 2017 as Norman Bates for five seasons, was nominated twice for the Critics Choice Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series, and in 2017 won the Audience Choice Award for his performance in the series.
In 2017 he began his role in The Good Doctor on ABC, where Freddy plays the character of Shaun MurphY, and also works as a producer.
The Beginnings of Freddie Highmore
Freddy was born on February 14, 1992 in Camden, London, England. His mother, Sue Latimer, works as a talent detective, and her clients Daniel Radcliffe and Imelda, Staunton. His father, Edward Highmore, is an actor and has participated in several famous works such as Doctor Who, Doomsday Gun and Love Hurts.
Freddie has a younger brother, Bertie Bertie, who also works in acting.
Freddy studied primary school at Hampstead Garden Suburb and Highgate School.