FOX - Freddie Prinze Jr. became one of the youngest executiveproducers in television history when he served as star, co-creatorand writer on the self-titled sitcom “Freddie.”
Prinze has loaned his voice talents to the animated features“Happily N’Ever After” alongside Sigourney Weaverand Sarah Michelle Gellar; “Delgo” with Val Kilmer,Anne Bancroft and Chris Kattan; and “Shark Bait.” Hehas also voiced such television shows as “Kim Possible: ASitch in Time” and “Robot Chicken.”
His live-action feature film credits include “BrooklynRules,” “Scooby Doo” and “Scooby Doo 2:Monsters Unleashed” opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar andMatthew Lillard. Other film credits include “Down toYou,” “Boys and Girls,” “SummerCatch,” “Shooting Gallery,” “NoHeroics,” “Jack and Jill vs. the World”,“Head Over Heels” and “She’s AllThat.” He also appeared as a notable guest star on“Boston Legal” and “Friends.”
After finishing high school, Prinze left his hometown ofAlbuquerque and moved to Los Angeles to focus on acting. He madehis feature film debut in “To Gillian on Her 37thBirthday,” and then went on to star in “The House ofYes” and “I Know What You Did Last Summer.”
Prinze resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Sarah MichelleGellar.
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