Full Name: Freddie James Prinze Jr.
Nick Name: Pie
Birth: March 8, 1976, Los Angeles, California
Raised: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
1/4 Puerto Rican, 1/4 Hungarian (on the part of his father) and 1/2 Italian (on the part of his mother)
Height: 6'1"
Star sign: Pisces
School: graduated from La Cueva High School (1994)
Siblings: only child
Parents: Father: Freddie Prinze, a famed comedian and actor (best known for the 1970s sitcom Chico and the man)
Mother: Katherine Elaine Cochrane-Prinze, a real estate agent
Tattoos a dragon on his upper left arm (image here)
Pets: 2 dogs: Maltese terrier named Thor; Akita named Tyson
Reside: Los Angeles
First appearance: on an episode of the family sitcom, Family Matters. He had four lines.
Status: married Sarah Michelle Gellar on Sept. 1st, 2001-2020
ex - Kimberly McCullough
First break: Freddie had his first big break playing opposite Claire Danes, Peter Gallagher and Michelle Pfeiffer in 'To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday'
Hobbies/interests: enjoys martial arts including Kenfo, Muay Thai boxing, and Ju Jitsu. (has been studying it since he was five) He also enjoys writing, video games, comics and cartoons.
Favorites: -Favorite time of the day for Freddie is late afternoon
-Favorite sport is baseball
-Favorite band is Garbage
-Favorite colour is green
Interesting Facts: -Freddie is left handed
-He is short-sighted and wears glasses
-He wrote the Mutant X episode: One Step Closer (2003)
-He is known as an on-set practical joker.
-He is a big fan of Star Wars and Scooby Doo.
-He has a scar on his chin from playing Star Wars with his friends when he was six
-Named one of "People" magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in 2000
-On People's (USA) 'Best-Dressed' list (September 2000)
uditioned for the role of Stu in Scream (1996)

Year: Award: Result:
2000 Teen Choice Awards 2000 Choice Actor - Movie won
1999 Teen Choice Awards 1999 Choice Actor - Film
Teen Choice Awards 1999 Sexiest Love Scene - She's All That
Teen Choice Awards 1999 Male Hottie Of The Year
1999 ALMA Award Outstanding Actor in a Feature Film in a Crossover Role for: I Still Know What You Did Last Summer nominated
1999 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Supporting Actor - Horror for: I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
1999 MTV Movie Award Best On-Screen Duo for: She's All That nominated
1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award Favorite Actor - Horror for: I Know What You Did Last Summer