|Freddie N. Webb|
|Senator of the Philippines|
June 30, 1992 – June 30, 1998
|Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Parañaque's Lone District|
June 30, 1987 – June 30, 1992
|Preceded by||Post created|
|Succeeded by||Roilo Golez|
|Member of the Pasay City Council|
December 30, 1971 – 1978
November 24, 1942 |
|Children||Pinky Webb, Jason Webb, Hubert Webb|
|Alma mater||Colegio de San Juan de Letran|
|Occupation||Basketball player, Politician, Actor|
Freddie N. Webb (born November 24, 1942 in Manila, Philippines) is a retired Filipino basketball player and head coach, politician, radio personality, actor and sportscaster. He also had been active in politics when he was elected as councilor of Pasay City, congressman for Parañaque, and senator. He is the father of Hubert, Pinky, and Jason Webb (former UAAP player and PBA player).
Early life 
He completed his elementary education at the San Beda College and his degree in Bachelor of Arts in English at the Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Intramuros.
Basketball career 
Webb played for the YCO Painters in the Manila Industrial and Commercial Athletic Association. He also appeared at the 1972 Summer Olympics as a member of the country's national basketball team. Webb later coached Tanduay and Shell in the Philippine Basketball Association.
Political life 
Webb was elected in 1971 as Councilor of Pasay City, which he held up to 1978. After the EDSA Revolution, he ran in the 1987 congressional elections, and won as the Representative of the Lone District of Paranaque. From 1987 to 1988 he was awarded one of the Ten Outstanding Congressman of the Year Award. He sponsored the provisions creating the Sangguniang Kabataan in the Local Government Code of 1991.
In 1992, he was elected Senator for six-year term. As a lawmaker, he held various chairmanships like Senate Committees/Committee on Health and Demography and the Committee on Games and Amusements. He also headed the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on AIDS and the Congressional Commission on Health. He authored, co-authored and steered into law, acts such as the National Health Insurance Act, (R.A.7875), The Hepatitis-B Immunization Act, (R.A. 7846), The Corneal Transplant Law, the Voluntary Blood Donation Act, (R.A.7719) and the Act Granting Benefits to Barangay Health Workers (R.A. 7883).
Personal life 
He is married to Elizabeth Pagaspas of Tanauan, Batangas with whom he has six children.
TV shows 
- Chicks To Chicks (IBC, 1977–1989)
- PBA on Vintage Sports (MBS, 1984-1985) color commentator
- Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata (ABS-CBN, 1988-1992)
- Mana-Mana (ABS-CBN, 1990–1992)
- Chika Chika Chicks (ABC, 1992)
- Haybol Rambol (GMA Network, 1994-1995)
- Metropolitan Basketball Association (Studio 23, 1999) color commentator
- Forever In My Heart (GMA Network, 2004)
- The Basketball Show (RPN, 2005)
- Maynila (GMA Network, 2005)
- Dalawang Tisoy (RPN, 2007)
- Ysabela (ABS-CBN, 2007–2008)
- Ang Babaeng Hinugot Sa Aking Tadyang (GMA Network, 2008–2009)
- Pepito Manaloto (GMA Network, 2010–present) as The Boss
- Babaeng Hampaslupa (TV5, 2011) as George Wong
- Futbolilits (GMA Network, 2011) as Sensei
- Dahil Sa Pag-Ibig (ABS-CBN, 2012)
- Apoy Sa Dagat (ABS-CBN, 2013)
- Sports Talk "Co-Host with Gretchen Fullido" (DZMM, 2008-present)