Freddie Prinze Jr. has undergone surgery for some "disc issues" but is recovering well. The 'Scooby Doo' actor has been keeping fans up to date on his progress via Twitter.
Freddie Prinze Jr. is recovering well after undergoing spinal surgery.
Freddie Prinze Jr. has undergone spinal surgery but is recovering well.
The latest in the franchise has impressed child audiences watching the Disney Channel
The newest arrival of the Star Wars story landed at the beginning of October and it landed in style with Star Wars Rebels enchanting audiences all over the world. Launching on the Disney Channel on October 3, the opening two-part story, Spark of Rebellion, pulled in 6.5 million viewers worldwide.
Star Wars Rebels has launched to worldwide plaudits on Disney Channel
So good has this new Star Wars offering proved already that it has in fact been renewed for a second season.
Continue reading: Star Wars Rebels Touches Down
As Freddie Prinze Jr explains his dislike of Kiefer Sutherland, which other co-stars have struggled to get on?
Recently, Freddie Prinze Jr. revealed that he thought Kiefer Sutherland was ‘the most unprofessional’ person he’d ever worked with during his time on the hit show 24 in 2010. While promoting his new Disney XD series Star Wars Rebels at the San Diego Comic-Con, the 38-year-old explained that he took a hiatus from Hollywood as a result of his difficulty playing Cole Ortiz on 24.
It would seem, then, that actors are often a lot better at their profession than we give them credit for. While viewers watch scenes of love, tenderness, friendship and camaraderie, backstage, certain actors have all sorts of problems with each other.
Continue reading: Actors That Just Can't Stand The Sight of Each Other
FPJ didn't like working with Sutherland, but it's okay now, probably.
Kiefer Sutherland recently received the worst kind of negative review – one from a fellow actor. Freddie Prinze Jr., who co-starred with Sutherland on the recently revived 24, recalls that his unpleasant on-set relationship with Sutherland almost caused the younger actor to leave the business for good.
FPJ has since found his footing, but he had a few rough years after 24.
"I did '24,' it was terrible," the 38-year-old actor told ABC News about his experience on the hit Fox series in 2010. "I hated every moment of it."
The 38 year-old actor worked alongside Sutherland back in 2010 on the eighth series of '24.'
Fans of Freddie Prinze Jr. first fell in love with him after he starred in several teen movies during the late 1990's and early 2000's, but as his career matured, Freddie seemed to be in the limelight less and less. Maybe the reason for this has finally surfaced.
Freddie Prinze Jr blames Kiefer Sutherland for nearly making him quit acting
It is all Kiefer Sutherland's fault apparently, the two actors co-starred in the eight series of Fox's '24' back in 2010, in which Sutherland played the lead role of Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) agent Jack Bauer, and this experience nearly led Freddy to quit acting altogether.
Warner Bros. greenlights a 'Scooby Doo' live action reboot.
A brand new Scooby Doo movie has been given the green light by Warner Bros. just days after the announcement that the original Shaggy voice actor, Casey Kasem, had passed away. Whilst it's unlikely that the two headlines are anything more than a coincidence, the movie news is bound to receive a greater interest from those looking to remember the life of the radio star and actor.
The studio is said to be "starting from scratch" to create a brand new incarnation of the well-loved kid's mystery series, according to Deadline. Though very few details are known at this stage, the new movie will follow in the same vein as its predecessors in that it will be live action instead of animation.
Many will remember Warner Bros.'s two noughties live action reboots of the classic animated show, Scooby Doo and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. The first of the two movies was an instant hit, earning $275m worldwide but its widely-panned, Razzie-winning, 2004 successor fell short of that figure by $90m and the series was halted.
Continue reading: New 'Scooby Doo' Movie Announced In Wake Of Casey Kasem Death
Sarah Michelle Gellar's choice of baby name for her second child has finally been revealed, some two months after she and husband Freddie Prinze Jr welcomed the baby boy. Since the birth, the Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum, 35, has managed to keep the name under wraps - until now.
After rumors began flying around the internet, Gellar's representative was forced to confirm to US Weekly that Rocky James is the name of their first little boy. Married for ten years, Gellar and Prinze Jr are already parents to 3-year-old Charlotte Grace, though it looks as though they've got a real fighter on their hands this time. Of course, Rocky is also the name of two of history's most famous fighters, Rocky Marciano and the fictional Rocky Balboa, played by Sylvester Stallone in six movies. The name is actually of English origins, and in its most literal sense means "stony" or "craggy", however, it's also used as a nickname for the Italian "Rocco" (the 14th-century saint). It's perhaps easier to locate to reasoning behind Rocky's middle name James, with father Freddy sharing the name middle moniker.
With no projects on the horizon, it seems as though Gellar is enjoying motherhood for the time being. Freddie recently voiced a character for the animation Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, though his schedule looks pretty empty too. With Rocky about, they're probably going to need all the spare time they have.
Continue reading: Gellar's Baby Name Revealed! Is He Named After Classic Boxer?
Sarah Michelle Gellar's baby boy has finally arrived! US Weekly revealed that the former Buffy actress and her partner Freddie Prinze Jr have welcomed their new son into the world at some point in the last week, though the exact date has not been confirmed. Their rep told US magazine “Sarah Michelle and Freddie Prinze, Jr. are thrilled to announce that they welcomed a baby son into the world this past week” and added that “mother and baby are doing great.”
Sarah and Freddie haven’t revealed what the little boy’s name will be, just yet. They already have a daughter together – Charlotte – who turned three earlier this month (September 2012) and is reportedly “VERY excited” to be a big sister to the new arrival. News that Sarah Michelle Gellar was pregnant again broke back in April, with a source close to the couple telling US Weekly “She and Freddie are thrilled… They're amazing parents… They still have date nights all the time and have a normal life. They both came of age in Hollywood and love working, but their home life is more important to them."
It looks as though September is going to be a big month for celebrations in this celebrity household: not only will both of their children celebrate their birthdays this month, Sarah and Freddie’s wedding anniversary also falls on September 1. This year marked the couple’s 10th year of marriage and we wish them many more happy years together!
Here's the idea. The Lockni live on the land. The Nohrin live in the sky. When the latter's situation worsens, they attack the former. Eventually, an uneasy truce is reached, both sides trying to live together in harmony. This makes Sedessa (Anne Bancroft -- yes, the one who died 3 1/2 years ago), the sinister sister of King Zahn (Louis Gossett Jr.), very unhappy. She wants to wipe out the Lockni once and for all. With the help of Raius (Malcolm McDowell) a turncoat general, and an army of social outcasts, she plans on finishing what her brother will not do. In the meantime, teenage Lockni Delgo (Freddie Prinze Jr.) and his buddy Filo (Chris Kattan) become embroiled in a problematic political controversy. When they save Nohrin Princess Kyla (Jennifer Love Hewitt) from harm, they bring the rising tensions between the sides to a rolling, war-like boil.
Continue reading: Delgo Review
As teenagers in 1985 (cue the best-of-the-'80s soundtrack), Michael (Freddie Prinze, Jr.), Carmine (Scott Caan), and Bobby (Jerry Ferrara) are veering onto different paths. Bobby is the chubby and lovable lunkhead, so stupid he fears failing the Post Office application test. Carmine is the baby goodfella, a hyper stud who takes note of the money and respect that the local bosses have and can't imagine why he shouldn't join up with their crew. And Michael is the one who wants "to get out of this hellhole." An ambitious orphan, he's stumbling through Columbia on a pre-law track and has the hots for Connecticut preppie ice queen Ellen (Mena Suvari), who finds Michael's Brooklyn background attractively "edgy."
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Date of birth
8th March, 1976