Freddy has created and co-written Bounty Hunters, a six-part comedy-drama for Sky One, with Jack Whitehall. He and Jack also co-wrote three series of Bad Education as well as the Bad Education Movie and a Sky Little Cracker.
Freddy created and wrote another six-part sitcom, Cockroaches, for ITV2. He co-wrote a second feature film, Old Boys (BFI/Film 4), directed by Toby Macdonald which premiered at The Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2018. He has also written a one-off episode about David Bowie for Sky Arts’ Urban Myths series, and contributed sketches to Jeremy Dyson’s series Psychobitches.
In 2013, Freddy co-wrote and co-directed a short, Frenching the Bully, with Florence Keith-Roach. In 2015, he wrote and directed his first short, Isla Traena, starring Daniel Lawrence Taylor, Antonia Thomas and Phil Wang. It was selected for the London Short Film Festival, as well as the Palm Springs, New Orleans, Mill Valley and San Jose film festivals.
In 2017, Freddy wrote and directed a micro-budget feature-length experiment, Damascene, a film shot entirely on the GoPros worn by two cyclists travelling together through south London. It stars Henry Lloyd-Hughes and Kate Kennedy. So far, Damascene has been selected to be shown in competition at the New Orleans Film Festival. His second collaboration with Jack Whitehall, which he co-wrote and co-created , Bounty Hunters went out on Sky One in 2017 and its second series is due to air in 2019. Most recently he has written for Timewasters Series 2 for ITV2, Sex Education for Netflix and Killing Eve Series 2.
Freddy is also a prizewinning playwright with work staged in London, Edinburgh and Cambridge. His book about comedy, A Good Bullet, was one of the Independent's books of the year 2013. His joke-writing credits include A League of Their Own, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Comic Relief, 8 out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week, Stand Up for the Week and Big Brother’s Big Mouth.
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Sky 1 Little Cracker which chronicles Jack Whitehall's childhood love of dressing up - from Princess Ariel to Princess Diana - and his father's despair. Co-written with Jack Whitehall.
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