Freddie Thorp is an English actor who started his professional career with the role of Stuart Willis in the British medical soap opera, Doctors, in 2015. Since then he has appeared in a handful of movies and television series.
Most recently, he was seen in the 2021 teen drama, Fate: The Winx Saga, portraying the role of Raven.
With the fame gathered from Fate: The Winx Saga, Freddie’s professional and personal life has gathered huge public interest. Similarly, his relationship status has intrigued fans.
Well, you might have seen Freddie’s romantic relationship with Beatrix (portrayed by Sadie Soverall) in the teen drama but what about his real-life relationship?
Freddie Thorp with his probable girlfriend, Sophie Robertson. (Picture: Instagram)
You might not be aware of his possible dating life as the actor has opted for privacy in his love life in recent years. However, delving into his Instagram account, his posts suggests that he has been romantically involved with British actress Sophie Roberston since 2014.
Freddie has shared various pictures with Sophie from their time spent together in 2014. However, he has now stopped posting pictures with her. With respect to this, they might be keeping their relationship low profile or might have already separated.
In this regard, stay connected with us to get updated about his dating life.
Freddie Thorp’s Net Worth
Freddie Thorp has been active in his professional career for around six years. Debuted in the year 2015, Freddie has appeared in few movies and television series. Despite that, he has amassed an amazing net worth from his job. His net worth in 2021 is estimated to be around $1 million.
After appearing in Doctors, Freddie landed the role of Tommy Reese in The Advocate. In 2016, he appeared as Terry Medina in The Head Hunter and Tommy in To Dream.
His other acting credit includes Overdrive (2017), Summit Fever (2018), A Discovery of Witches (2018), and Safe (2018).
Actor Freddie Thorp was born on 7 March 1994 to parents Antonia Manley and Nick Thorp. He was born and raised in Kensington and Chelsea. He has two siblings sisters named Antonia Thorp and Ophelia Thorp.
Talking about his education, he attended the Summer Fields School in Oxford and the University of Exeter where he studied Psychology. In the summer of 2013, Freddie took acting classes in the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York.