Prinze starred in his own television sitcom, titled Freddie.
The sitcom is said to depict some actual events from his life, and lasted one season before being canceled in May 2006.
It all started on their very first dinner date at a restaurant in Los Angeles, California. said that he has been on multiple dates with various Hollywood actresses before, and they all had something in common that he didn't like."A lot of girls back then in Hollywood as far as the actresses, they didn't eat, they ate salad," said Prinze Jr., according to ."And I had gone on a date with a handful of them; they would never eat what I would eat.
You have to have that in common with me if we're going to get along."See More: TBT: Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr.'s Wedding Photos Prinze Jr.'s attraction to sharing food with someone that he is dating isn't all that uncommon or out of the ordinary.
“They would never eat what I would eat,” he continues.Apparently, Gellar “ate everything.” He went on to say: “She ate everything, including a crab that they let walk across the counter, then kill while it was alive in some oil and said, ‘It’s popcorn, try.’ And she ate it without even blinking, and I was like, ‘Yo, my girl is legit.’”ADVERTISEMENT: Whats your status?Gaucher disease is the most common genetic disorder in the Ashkenazi Jewish population. Visit gaucherdisease.org/mystatus for more information. The opinions expressed here are the personal views of the author.Don’t worry, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. Freddie just spilled on the duo’s first date and it’s cuter than anyone could imagine.
PHOTOS: Sarah Michelle Gellar Celebrates Wedding Anniversary With Freddie Prinze Jr.He guest starred on George Lopez for a crossover with Freddie.