Freddie Fourie was born in Pretoria, South Africa. After moving to America, Freddie began his training at Judith Lee Johnson Studio in Saint Petersburg, Florida. He also attended the School of the American Ballet in New York, and in 1996 moved to Orlando to train at the School of Performing Arts with Russell Sultzbach.
In 1999, Freddie joined the Dayton Ballet where he danced for seven seasons, working with some great choreographers including Christopher Fleming, Steven Mills, Septime Weber, David Nixon, Gregory Robinson, and Dermot Burke amongst many others. Some of Freddie's favorite roles include the Cavalier and Snow King in the Nutcracker, Prince Dmitri in Cinderella, and principal roles in A Legend of Medetron and Carmina Burana. After retiring from the Dayton Ballet, Freddie has enjoyed an amazing career guest performing for various dance companies, teaching, choreographing, and staging various ballets for multiple choreographers. Freddie has especially enjoyed his guest performances for the Charleston Ballet, particularly his roles in Playball, Istar, Alice in Wonderland and the Nutcracker.
Freddie would like to thank his wife and family for all their love and support.