Freddie Flintoff, whose full name is Andrew Freddie Flintoff, was born on December 6, 1977, in Preston, United Kingdom. His parents are Colin Flintoff and Susan Flintoff.
He is an English radio and TV host and used to play cricket for England. Freddie Flintoff made his start in 1998 and then joined the England team. During the 2005 Ashes, he was named Man of the Series and later became vice-captain and captain of the team.
In 2019, Freddie Flintoff joined Paddy McGuinness to host the BBC Two show Top Gear. He took over for Matt LeBlanc, who left the show after only five months.
In December 2022, it was said that Freddie Flintoff had hurt himself while working on a BBC show. He was given first aid on the spot, and then he was taken to the hospital for more care.
Tuesday, the accident happened at the test track for Top Gear at Dunsfold Park Aerodrome in Surrey. It doesn’t look like his injuries are life-threatening, and a BBC spokesman said more information would be given “in due course.”
Freddie Flintoff Children: Meet Rocky, Holly, Preston, And Corey
Freddie and his wife Rachel have four kids: daughter Holly Flintoff, who is 16 and was born in 2004, and boys Corey Flintoff, 14, Rocky Flintoff, 12, and Preston Flintoff, who was born in April 2020.
Freddie Flintoff Parents: Meet Colin And Susan Flintoff
Colin Flintoff and Susan Flintoff had Freddie in the City of Preston in the United Kingdom. He grew up in the middle of five council areas in Preston, England.
Colin’s father was a plumber and worked in plant repair. For 30 years, he made machine parts for British Aerospace as a plumber and factory worker. He was also the leader of the second XI cricket team for Dutton Forshaw.
What is Andrew Flintoff Net Worth?
Andrew Flintoff is an English professional cricket player who makes $20 million and plays for Lancashire County Cricket Club.