About Freddie Pearson

Freddie Pearson is a 23-year-old British actor, model, and mental health advocate from Southeast London. You can now watch his two-part mini docuseries with BBC Travel as they follow his journey to Paris, France to run the marathon in aid of Grief Encounter. 

Freddie has a keen interest in photography and has recently shot with photographer and director Greg Williams for the Movember mental health charity campaign.

Having just graduated with a degree in Business Management from the University of Manchester. Freddie paid tribute to the late Captain Sir Tom Moore making his television debut to an audience of 2.5 million with an emotive piece entitled ‘We Salute You’.

The start of January 2021 saw Pearson support Olympic Gold Medallist boxer Luke Campbell ahead of his Ryan Garcia fight with a powerful monologue premiering on the DAZN network.

Continuing from this, he recently joined England Rugby Star Maro Itoje on his digital divide campaign and featured on Global Citizen alongside the world’s leading activists campaigning for equal rights, justice, mental health, and climate change.

His voice extends far beyond the 123,000 followers he has on Instagram as he is seen and heard regularly on major platforms including The Times, Kiss FM, and Unidays.

Freddie Pearson is a 23-year-old British actor, model, and mental health advocate from Southeast London. You can now watch his two-part mini docuseries with BBC Travel as they follow his journey to Paris, France to run the marathon in aid of Grief Encounter. 

Freddie has a keen interest in photography and has recently shot with photographer and director Greg Williams for the Movember mental health charity campaign.

Having just graduated with a degree in Business Management from the University of Manchester. Freddie paid tribute to the late Captain Sir Tom Moore making his television debut to an audience of 2.5 million with an emotive piece entitled ‘We Salute You’. 

The start of January 2021 saw Pearson support Olympic Gold Medallist boxer Luke Campbell ahead of his Ryan Garcia fight with a powerful monologue premiering on the DAZN network.

Continuing from this, he recently joined England Rugby Star Maro Itoje on his digital divide campaign and featured on Global Citizen alongside the world’s leading activists campaigning for equal rights, justice, mental health, and climate change.

His voice extends far beyond the 123,000 followers he has on Instagram as he is seen and heard regularly on major platforms including The Times, Kiss FM, and Unidays.

Portfolio

BBC Travel Documentary - Part 1

BBC Travel Documentary - Part 2

We Salute You - RIP Sir Captain Tom Moore

Digital Divide - Maro Itoje

Cool Hand - Luke Campbell

Blue Monday - Kiss 100 (Tyler West)

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