Freddie Highmore, 26, is an English actor who is best known for his starring roles in two American TV series ‘Batel Motel’ and ‘The Good Doctor.’ Freddie Highmore also known as Alfred Thomas Highmore. Freddie speaks French, Spanish and Arabic language.
Freddie Highmore is the top 10 highest paid actor in the film industry who has a net worth approximated of $6 million. Freddie started his career in the film industry as a small role on television at the age of seven. Freddie plays the first debut as a son of women in 1999, Women Talking Dirty. You can watch some of the clips of Women Talking Dirty here.
He is also best known for his role as main character Charlie Bucket in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory in 2005. He also nominated for numerous awards. Following the hits, he appeared in several movies including A Good Year, August Rush, and Two Brothers.
He also gives his voices for series of video games such as Astro Boy, Authur and Invisibles and also appearing in many music videos too.
According to 2017, Freddie Highmore net worth is $4 million. His annual income is $1,20,000 million, monthly he earned $10,000, weekly he received USD 2,307.69 and as per day his income is USD 328.76.
Although he belongs to a wealthy family and got name and fame from an early age. However, Freddie has never revealed about his personal interest in media as well there is no listed of any cars and house in his name.
His biggest blockbuster medical drama was ‘The Good Doctor’ which stars Freddie Highmore as a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome, named Dr. Shaun Murphy which has increased 18.2 millions of viewers in October last year. The Good Doctor drama broke all the sorts of rating records and spot No. 1 drama series was aired on ABC Channel.
There no doubts that the medical series has earned the handsome amount of money and Freddie also has received an impressive salary from the drama.
British Actor has no problems with American Accents
Freddie Highmore is one of the rising British actor starring in leading roles in American Television. He talked about his thoughts that he has no problems to adopt the American Accents.
“I have done it a few times,” he told The Daily Mail. There are no generic American Accents that fit it in all. So you may find a way of speaking which suits the roles of the person.
Presently, he is not active in any social accounts but you may follow him as #FreddieHighmore on Instagram.