What is Freddie Prinze Jr. doing now?
Freddie Prinze Jr. was a major heartthrob for American teenagers back in the late ‘90s and early 2000s. Son of actor Freddie Prinze, Junior rose to prominence thanks to his roles in movies like Scooby-Doo, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and its prequels.
Apart from movies, he also had a guest appearance in TV shows like Friends, Boston Legal, Freddie, 24, and voiced as Kanan Jarrus in Star Wars Rebels. In 2002, Prinze married his Scooby-Do co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar, and they have been together ever since. As of 2018, the 42-year-old has an estimated net worth $19 million. Even though his movies were big box office success, his performances were considered pretty poor, and his career didn’t really see another hit. He starred and voiced in a string of box office flops, including Delgo (2008), which holds a record for the worst opening for a film of its size. After Delgo, he made few guest appearance in TV series and was also involved with WWE for a brief period of time.
Prinze underwent spine surgery in 2014, due to some disc issues in the back. He released a cookbook Back to the Kitchen in June 2016, which includes 75 delicious recipes and untold stories about his life as an actor, husband, & father in Hollywood. Most recently, he voiced in the sketch comedy television series, Robot Chicken. Prinze is set to appear alongside David Fynn, Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley in CBS’ multi-camera comedy pilot I Mom So Hard.
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Freddie Prinze Jr.