FREDDIE PRINZE JR.
(Ryan Dunne) has quickly entered the ranks of Hollywood's most sought-after and recognizable young actors. He recently returned from Australia where he just wrapped the highly anticipated live action adaptation of "Scooby-Doo!"
Following the rave reviews of his breakout performance in the 1999 box office hit "She's All That," Prinze began to carve out a place for himself as one of his generation's hottest new leading men. His on-screen success has led Prinze to a slew of awards and
accolades. He received three 1999 Teen Magazine Awards for "She's All That," as well as a 2000 Teen Magazine Award for Best Actor for his performance in "Down To You." Other awards include a Nickelodeon Teen Choice Award and a Blockbuster Award nomination, as well as several MTV Movie Award nominations.
Prinze left his hometown of Albuquerque after finishing high school and moved to Los Angeles to focus on his acting career. After making his feature film debut opposite Michelle Pfeiffer, Peter Gallagher and Claire Danes in "To
Gillian on Her 37th Birthday," Prinze went on to star with Parker Posey in "The House of Yes." The box office smash "I Know What You Did Last Summer" followed with an ensemble cast that included Ryan
Phillipe, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sarah Michelle Gellar. Prinze reprised his role in the sequel, "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer." Recent film credits include Miramax's "Down To You" with Julia Stiles, "Boys and Girls" with Jason Biggs and Claire Forlani, and "Head Over Heels" with Monica Potter.
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