Having started writing for theatre and television while at Cambridge, Freddy has gone on to co-write three series of Bad Education and Sky 1's Little Cracker: Daddy's Little Princess, as well as contribute sketches to Psychobitches and originate his own series.
Freddy created and wrote Cockroaches, a comedy series produced by Big Talk and directed by Ben Taylor for ITV2, that aired in 2015. Freddy co-directed and co-wrote his first short film, Frenching the Bully, in 2013. He wrote and directed Isla Traena, a new short film starring Daniel Lawrence Taylor and Antonia Thomas, in autumn 2015.
After co-writing The Bad Education Movie, Freddy wrote on feature Old Boys for Film4, which is being directed by Toby MacDonald.
Freddy’s other joke-writing credits (amongst others) include Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Comic Relief, 8 out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week, TNT Show, My Funniest Year, Dave’s One Night Stand and The Comedy Roast, plus two series of both Stand Up for the Week and Big Brother’s Big Mouth. Outside the world of television Freddy is also a prizewinning playwright with work staged in Cambridge, London and Edinburgh. His book about comedy, A Good Bullet, was one of the Independent's books of the year 2013.
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.