Freddie Flintoff is a cricketing legend, presenter and broadcaster. From his debut for Lancashire in 1995, Freddie became a key force in England’s international side, playing a major role in regaining the Ashes in 2005. His contributions to the game awarded him BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2005. Since retiring, Freddie has developed a strong broadcast career with successful shows running across Sky One, ITV and the BBC.
Freddie is a Team Captain on the BAFTA winning sports panel show A League of Their Own. Other TV appearances include Freddie Flintoff versus The World and Flintoff: From Lord’s to The Ring. He has also fronted a range of series-long challenges including Flintoff: Lord of the Fries and the Discovery documentaries Alone in the Wild and Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild. He has co-hosted Top Gear since 2019.
In 2020, Freddie showed a more vulnerable side in the BBC One documentary, Freddie Flintoff: Living with Bulimia, in which he goes on an acutely personal journey into the eating disorder he has lived with for over 20 years.
He also has had successes with radio and podcast, fronting his own radio show for BBC Radio 5 Live: Flintoff’s
Ashes Roadshow and co-presenting on BBC Radio 5 Live to
deliver the immensely popular weekly podcast, Flintoff,
Savage and the Ping Pong Guy. Throughout his career, Freddie has written 9 books.