Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen is an American-born boy, famous as a kid of celebrities like Kit Frederiksen and Perdita Weeks.
|Full Name||Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen|
|DOB||30 April 2013|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|Brother||Rupert Sebastian Frederiksen|
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen was born on 30 April 2013 in the United States as a son of father Kit Frederiksen and mother Perdita Weeks. He has a brother whose name is Rupert Sebastian Frederiksen. Now, he turned at the age of 8, and according to her birth date, her zodiac sign is Taurus.
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen holds American nationality, and as per his ethnic background, he belongs to the ethnicity of Caucasian.
Early Life & Education
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen grew up nicely in a good environment with his family members playing with his brother. Talking about her parents, her mother, Perdita Weeks, whose real name is Perdita Rose Weeks, has established herself as a famous British actress.
His mother Perdita was born on 25 December 1985 in Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales, UK. Likewise, his father is also an actor by profession. Because of her parents’ popularity and success, he has earned people’s attention easily.
Besides this, Humphrey must be studying, but information about his grades and the school she attended still has a question mark.
How did Humphery start her Career?
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen is famous as a celebrity kid as his mother Perdita Weeks has established herself as a famous British actress. Her mother started her acting career after being cast as Judith Killan in the novel “Goggle-Eyes” in 1993.
After that, Week also played the role of Moira in the movie “Loving” in 1995. Then, in the same year, she also got the role of Dottie in the movie “The Shadowy Third.” Likewise, she also made her appearance as Anna Tatour in the movie “The Cold Light of Day.” Perdita Weeks also appeared as Sue in the Spanish-British movie “Robert Rylands’ Last Journey.”
In 1996, Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen’s mother also got the chance to play the role of Second Player in the movie “Hamlet.” The following year, she made her appearance as Young Millie in the movie “Rag Nymph.” Further, she got the role of Lady Jane Grey in the British action-adventure movie “The Prince and the Pauper.”
From 2007 to 2008, she played the role of Mary Boleyn in the historical fiction television series “The Tudors.” In 2019, she voiced her voice over Morgan le Fay’s character in the adventure game “Dance of Death: De Lac & Fey.”
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen is still a child to be in a relationship, so she is not involved in any relationship or affairs. Hee is enjoying his life with her family and focusing more on her career.
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen is still a perfect young boy with his light brown hair and brown eyes. However, further details about his physical statistics are missing as he is in his growth age, so his height, weight, and body measurements change as time passes.
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen is young to be involved in any social media, but her mother Perdita platforms like:
Frederiksen’s mother Perdita is active on Instagram with the tag name (“@perdita_weeks_”), where she has 129K followers and posted 348 posts. In addition, she has posted her beautiful photos and videos on her Instagram that her fans and followers liked and commented on.
Twitter & Facebook
Perdita Weeks also has a Twitter account with the tag name (“@PerditaWeeks”), where she has 19.7K followers and tweets 920 times. She also has a Facebook account named “Perdita Weeks,” where she has 8.9K followers and posted gorgeous pictures that her fans and followers liked and commented on.
Humphrey Carrington Frederiksen is famous as the son of celebrities like Perdita Weeks and Kit Frederiksen. Currently, Humphrey is enjoying his standard life because of her mother’s and father’s estimated net worth of $5 million and $3 million.
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