Highmore

High·more

(hī'mōr),
Nathaniel, British anatomist, 1613-1685. See: antrum of Highmore, Highmore body.
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STARRING EMMY & OSCAR-NOMINEE VERA FARMIGA AND FREDDIE HIGHMORE,
FILM stars Jim Sturgess and Freddie Highmore were spotted in Liverpool city centre filming scenes for Stephen Poliakoff's latest BBC drama, Close To The Enemy.
In this finale, everything just converges - it's wonderful," Freddie Highmore told Dreadcentral.
In reality, Farmiga says, she and Highmore share a much healthier bond: He's even her child's godfather.
If this show leaves you hungry for more Slater-related goodies, there's another chance to see the dramatised version of his book, Toast, straight after, which stars Freddie Highmore and Helena Bonham Carter.
20pm PREMIERE Freddie Highmore uses his fatalistic outlook to coast through school.
Starring: Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts, Michael Angarano, Elizabeth Reaser, Sam Robards, Rita Wilson, Blair Underwood, Alicia Silverstone.
Councillors and residents have been calling for years for the crossing at the top of Jiggins Lane between Highmore Drive and Adams Hill in Bartley Green.
Summary: British actor Freddie Highmore has said he was attracted to The Art Of Getting By because he felt it was more realistic than other high school films.
Freddie Highmore - with a flawless accent - is the kid who is very bright indeed but doesn't see the point of doing any homework or paying attention in class as he drifts along in his own, aimless way.
CAST: Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts, Blair Underwood, Rita Wilson, Elizabeth Reaser PLOT: Privileged New Yorker George Zinavoy (Highmore) is in his last year at high school but just can't be bothered to apply himself.
The film is a charming and moving portrait of growing pains, distinguished by a compelling lead performance from Highmore as a boy on the cusp of manhood, who describes himself as "kind of a misanthrope.