Birth Name: Freddie Highmore
Birth Place: England, GB
Originally from Britain, Highmore was born into a showbiz family-his father starred in the '80s television drama, "Howard's Way," and his mother was a high-powered talent agent whose client list includes Imelda Staunton. He made his acting debut in "Women Talking Dirty" (1999), playing the son of a woman (Helena Bonham Carter) recently estranged from her commitment-phobic French lover. Highmore then played a young King Arthur in the made-for-TV miniseries, "The Mists of Avalon" (TNT, 2001), a revisionist take on the Arthurian legends that depicted the women of Camelot as the real power behind the throne. In another television miniseries, "Happy Birthday Shakespeare" (BBC, 2001), he played...
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