ANDREW ‘FREDDIE’ FLINTOFF

Andrew Flintoff is one of England’s most celebrated cricketers. A competitive all-rounder, Flintoff made his international debut in 1998, yet his biggest impact came in 2005 where he played a crucial role in regaining the Ashes from Australia.

Since his international retirement in 2010, Flintoff has developed a strong, credible career in broadcast in UK and abroad. In March 2015, Freddie was crowned the ‘King of the Jungle’ in the first series of the Australian version of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.

Bowled over by the support of the Australian public, Flintoff returned in November 2015 to reprise his role with Network Ten as a commentator on the highly successful Big Bash League. Flintoff also appeared as a regular panellist on Ten’s current affairs program, The Project.

Flintoff can add significant value to a business through his highly recognisable status and engaging personality, which makes him an ideal brand ambassador. Flintoff also has a strong social media following, with over 1.8 million Twitter followers to assist companies targeting a wide audience.

Flintoff is represented in Australia by DSEG.