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Freddy or Freddie may refer to:
- Freddy (given name)
- Freddy (singer) (Fredesvinda García), Cuban singer
- Andrew Flintoff, English cricketer whose nickname is Freddie
- Freddie Fox (disambiguation)
- Brad Fittler, also known as Freddie Fittler, Australian Rugby League Player
- Freddy Stephen Fuller, 1960's and 70's Canadian Boxer
- Freddie Martino, American football player
- Freddie Mercury (1946–1991), lead vocalist of the British rock band Queen
- Freddie Prinze (1954–1977), American actor and stand-up comedian
- Freddie Prinze, Jr., American actor, son of the above
- Freddie Summers (born 1947), American football player
- Freddy Wexler, a musician from New York City.
- Freddie Smith, American Actor.
- Freddy (weather), a cartoon weatherman in Hong Kong
- Freddy Auratus, a fiction golden hamster from The Golden Hamster Saga, written by Dietlof Reiche
- Freddie Benson (iCarly), a fiction character from iCarly
- Fred Jones (Scooby-Doo), a character in the Scooby Doo series
- Freddy Krueger, a fictional killer in the psychological thriller A Nightmare on Elm Street
- Freddie McClair, a fictional character from Skins
- Freddy the Pig, a character in a series of children's books written by Walter R. Brooks
- Freddy Fazbear, the main antagonist of Five Nights At Freddy's.
- Freddie, a television sitcom created by, and starring, Freddie Prinze, Jr. that aired from October 2005 to April 2006
- The Freddy, a 1960s dance craze
- Freddy or Freddy II, experimental robots built during the 70s in the Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception at the University of Edinburgh.
- The Freddy Awards, a high school theatre awards ceremony in the Lehigh Valley region in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
- Freddie Mac, government sponsored enterprise of the U.S. federal government, authorized to make loans and loan guarantees
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