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Freddie Highmore is an English actor born on February 14, 1992. He first gained prominence for his roles in films like “Finding Neverland” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. Highmore later transitioned to television, notably starring in “Bates Motel” as Norman Bates, and in “The Good Doctor” as Dr. Shaun Murphy. His performances have been acclaimed, earning him various award nominations. Highmore is also known for his fluency in French and Spanish.
|Famous Name:||Freddie Highmore|
|Full Name:||Alfred Thomas Highmore|
|Height:||5 feet 10 inches|
|Net Worth:||$8 Million|
|Famous for:||He is famous for his best role in the movies Finding Neverland (2004), August Rush (2007), and The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008)|
His mom’s name is Sue Latimer, which is an agent whose customers incorporate actors Daniel Radcliffe and Imelda Staunton. His dad’s name is Edward Highmore, which is the previous actor. He has a more youthful sibling.
|School:||Elementary School, United States|
|College:||Emmanuel College, Boston, Massachusetts|
|University:||University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England|
Highmore was taught at an elementary school in Hampstead Garden Suburb close to Golders Green in London and acquired a grant to go to Highgate School, a free school in Highgate, London. He likewise went to Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he acquired a twofold first in Spanish and Arabic.
Height, Weight, Body Stats:
|Hairs Color:||Dark Brown|
|Shoes Size:||10 (US)|
|1st Tv (Show):||Happy Birthday Shakespeare (2000)|
|1st Movie/Drama:||Women Talking Dirty (1999)|
At 7 years old, Highmore started his acting profession with little roles on TV. He made his movie professional debut in the satire film Women Talking Dirty (1999) as a part of Sam. Highmore made his advancement role with a widely praised execution as disturbed Peter Llewelyn Davies in Marc Forster’s semi-anecdotal film Finding Neverland. He got a few honors and selections for the role, including a Critics’ Choice Movie Award and designations for the Saturn Award and the Screen Actors Guild Award.
In 2005, he depicted the principal part of Charlie Bucket in the film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. He also featured in the dramatization film Master Harold…and the Boys, in light of the play of a similar name by Athol Fugard. The next year, he co-featured in the lighthearted comedy dramatization The Art of Getting By (2011).
In 2016, Highmore featured in Stephen Poliakoff’s BBC Two seven-section miniseries Close to the Enemy and Nick Hamm’s political satire show film The Journey. Highmore has been given a role as the voice of the Duke of Cheshire in the enlivened film variation of The Canterville Ghost. He is joined to play the title character, Baby Face Nelson, in the A&E show pilot Baby Face, which he co-composed and will chief produce with Kerry Ehrin. Highmore will likewise chief produce Ehrin’s show pilot Long Distance for NBC.
- Women Talking Dirty (1999) (Sam)
- Two Brothers (2004) (Raoul Normandin)
- Finding Neverland (2004) (Peter Llewelyn Davies)
- Five Children and It (2004) (Robert)
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) (Charlie Bucket)
- A Good Year (2006) (Young Max Skinner)
- Arthur and the Invisibles (2006) (Arthur Montgomery)
- August Rush (2007) (Evan Taylor/August Rush)
- The Golden Compass (2007) (Pantalaimon)
- The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008) (Jared and Simon Grace)
- A Fox’s Tale (2008) (Little Jack)
- Astro Boy (2009) (Toby Tenma / Astro Boy)
- Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard (2009) (Arthur Montgomery)
- Arthur 3: The War of the Two Worlds (2010) (Arthur Montgomery)
- Master Harold…and the Boys (2010) (Hally Ballard)
- The Art of Getting By (2011) (George Zinavoy)
- Justin and the Knights of Valour (2013)
- The Journey (2016) (Jack)
- Almost Friends (2016) (Charlie Brenner)
- Dragon Rider (2020) (Voice role)
- The Vault (2021) (Thom Johnson)
- Happy Birthday Shakespeare (2000) (Steven Green)
- The Mists of Avalon (2001) (Young Arthur)
- The Real Story (2001)
- I Saw You (2002) (Oscar Bingley)
- Toast (2010) (Nigel Slater)
- Bates Motel (2013-2017) (Norman Bates)
- Close to the Enemy (2016) (Victor Ferguson)
- Portrait Artist of the Year (2017) (Himself)
- Tour de Pharmacy (2017) (Adrian Baton)
- The Good Doctor (2017-present) (Shaun Murphy)
- Taskmaster (2018) (Himself)
- The Disney Family Singalong (2020) (Himself)
- Leonardo (2021) (Stefano Giraldi)
- Capri Exploit Awards
- Critics’ Choice Movie Awards
- Empire Awards
- Irina Palm D’or Awards
- Las Vegas Film Critics’ Society Awards
- Online Film and Television Association Awards
- People’s Choice Awards
- Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
- Satellite Awards
- Saturn Awards
- Young Artist Awards
Freddie Highmore’s net worth is estimated to be $8 Million. He is also a famous actor.
Highmore fostered a close friendship with co-star Vera Farmiga and turned into the godfather of her child.
FAQs about Freddie Highmore Actor
Who is Freddie Highmore?
Freddie Highmore is an English actor who began his acting career at a very young age. He has been featured in several popular movies and TV shows, most notably "Finding Neverland," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," "The Good Doctor," and "Bates Motel."
When and where was Freddie Highmore born?
Highmore was born on February 14, 1992, in Camden Town, London, England.
What is Freddie Highmore’s full name?
His full name is Alfred Thomas "Freddie" Highmore.
What is Freddie Highmore known for?
Highmore is best known for his roles as Peter Llewelyn Davies in "Finding Neverland," Charlie Bucket in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," Norman Bates in "Bates Motel," and Dr. Shaun Murphy in "The Good Doctor."