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Born: December 6, 1977 (age 43 years), City of Preston, United Kingdom
Height: 1.93 m
Spouse: Rachael Wools Flintoff (m. 2005)
Test debut (cap 591): 23 July 1998 v South Africa
Last Test: 20 August 2009 v Australia
Celebrated Name Freddie Flintoff
Age 43 Years
Nick Name Freddie, The Gravy Master
Birth Name Andrew Flintoff
Birth Date 1977-12-06
Birth Nation England
Place Of Birth Preston, Lancashire
Famous For Retired English international cricketer.
Best Known For Presenter of BBC Two show, “Top Gear”.
Father Colin Flintoff
Mother Susan Flintoff
Brothers Chris Flintoff
School Greenlands Community Primary School
High School Ribbleton Hall High School
Career Start 1998
Marital Status Married
Married Date March 5, 2005
Spouse Rachael Wools
Son Cody, Rocky and Preston
Daughter Holly Flintoff
Body Type Athletic
Body Measurement 41-37-35 inches
Height 6ft 4inches(1.93m)
Weight 98kg(216 lbs)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
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Flintoff married Rachael Wools in March 2005 at Knightsbridge, London.
He has four children.
He has the names of his wife and children tattooed on his left shoulder.
Flintoff, once a Liverpool FC fan in his youth, is a supporter of Preston North End.
In his 2005 autobiography, Being Freddie, Flintoff admitted he had little or no interest in football at the time and only visited the Etihad Stadium for the social atmosphere.
Flintoff’s father, Colin, and his brother, Chris, both played cricket, with Colin still playing for Whittingham Cricket Club near Preston.
During his innings of 167 against the West Indies at Edgbaston in July 2004, one six off Jermaine Lawson was hit high into the Ryder Stand and was almost caught by his father, who fumbled the ball and dropped it.
Colin Flintoff remarked “If I’d taken it he’d have been the first Test batsman to be caught out by his dad!”
In 2011, Flintoff was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of Preston-based Myerscough College.
Flintoff’s cousin is John-Paul Flintoff, an author, broadcaster and journalist.
“Flintoff Way” in Preston is named after their grandparents.
His father was also the captain of Dutton Forshaw’s second XI cricket team.
He is the winner of the first series of an Australian reality shows, “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!”.
He has 4 children with Rachael Wools.
Hit his first century in cricket against New Zealand in 2002
After retiring from cricket due to a knee injury, he moved into broadcasting and became a team captain on A League Of Their Own
Became a guest commentator for the PDC World Darts Championship in 2011
Moved into boxing as part of a television show and won his first ever fight against American Richard Dawson at the Manchester Arena
Started The Andrew Flintoff Cricket Academy in 2008
In September 2010, Freddie Flintoff announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
In March 2011, the BBC announced that in the summer Andrew Flintoff would co-present a sports show for BBC Radio 5 Live, Freddie’s World Of Sport.
In November 2012 Flintoff took up boxing and won on points against American Richard Dawson in a heavyweight fight.
In 2017, the BBC launched the radio show and podcast Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy, featuring Andrew Flintoff, Robbie Savage and Matthew Syed discussing sports’ talking points.
In the same year ITV commissioned the gameshow Cannonball hosted by Freddie Flintoff.
In October 2018, the BBC announced that Freddie Flintoff would be one of the presenters of Top Gear.