Freddie Flintoff is a one-of-a-kind talent who reached legend status following his major role in the Ashes winning sides of 2005 and 2009.
Since his retirement, Freddie began a career as a broadcaster which has seen him go from strength to strength with shows across BBC One, ITV, and Sky Max to name a few. He has now re-entered the world of cricket as Head Coach of the Northern Superchargers for the Hundred tournament and consultant coach of the England Men’s Cricket team.
In 2022, Freddie’s three-part series, Freddie Flintoff’s Field of Dreams received critical acclaim and has since been commissioned for a follow up Freddie Flintoff’s Field of Dreams: On Tour.
In 2020, Freddie’s powerful documentary, Freddie Flintoff: Living with Bulimia reframed the conversation around male eating disorders.
Freddie is also well known for his roles as host of BBC’s Top Gear and Team Captain of Sky’s twice Bafta-award winning A League of Their Own.
In addition to TV, Freddie has hosted the Talksport breakfast show, hosted BBC Radio 5 Live podcast Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy and in 2013, he fronted his own radio show for BBC Radio 5 Live: Flintoff’s Ashes Roadshow.
Freddie has written 9 books. His most recent books being The Book of Fred, Do You Know What?: Life According to Freddie Flintoff and Right, Said Fred.