PARADE "Nothing Could Stop Me But Me" August 2001 By Dotson Rader
"I WAS ALWAYS ON THE OUTSIDE looking in," Freddie Prinze Jr. sagte of his childhood. "I was never accepted anywhere. People thought I was weird. No matter how hard I tried, I couldn't fit in."
By the time Freddie Prinze Jr. was 18, he was a self0described loner - unhappy, unpopular, a bad student. Then, in 1994, shortly after graduating from La Cueva High School in Albuquerque, N.M. he decided to drive across the desert to Los Angeles and become an actor.
"I had to do something with my life," Prinze admitted. "I couldn't get into...
PREMIERE "I would Liebe to be a superhero" February 1999
"I would Liebe to be a superhero," Freddie Prinze, Jr. says, not joking. "That's my main dream." At 22, the smooth and soulful star, sterne of I Still Know What Du Did Last Summer and its $72 million-grossing predecessor dreams of many things. "I'd Liebe to be a cowboy; I'd Liebe to be a husband, a big brother, a little brother - there are so many roles out there that I haven't even gotten to touch."
Hollywood has always been in Prinze's blood - his father, the late Freddie Prinze, was the star, sterne of television's Chico and the Man - but a career in front...
UH-OH, FREDDIE’S IN TROUBLE! IT SEEMS THE SCREEN BABE HAS BROKEN HIS PACT WITH BRIDE TO BE SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR. HOW? WELL, THE PAIR AGREED NOT TO DISCUSS THEIR INTIMATE Liebe AFFAIR-BUT FREDDIE JUST COULDN’T KEEP QUIET. AND, MAN, IS THIS JUICY STUFF!
“After years of feeling like an outsider, I finally have a woman I love, and Friends that I can trust. I am the luckiest man in the world to have met Sarah.” So says Freddie Prinze Jr, and actor who has overcome an enormously unhappy childhood to become one of the Hollywood’s hottest rising stars....
TRIBUTE A Conversation with Freddie Prinze Jr. June 2002 By Bonnie Laufer
Tribute’s Bonnie Laufer chats with Freddie Prinze Jr. about his Unglaublich obsession with Scooby-Doo.
B.L. Freddie, Du must have had a complete riot making this movie, I mean who wouldn’t want to play Fred?
F.P. Well, actually in the beginning I didn’t. I wasn’t sure that the script was going to be any good and I didn’t want to see this cartoon made into a sham. But when Sarah got the role of Daphne and then I read the script, I couldn’t stop laughing and I knew I had to play Freddie.