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He’s the English actor who is currently in Australia playing Dr. Shaun Murphy on hit US drama television series, The Good Doctor.

And Freddie Highmore, 26, gushed about his busy filming schedule in the lead-up to his Australian tour this weekend.  

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, the hunky thespian, said: ‘We’ve been in such a bubble filming, so it’s hard to have any real sense of how much people have been watching … we only finished filming last week.’

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'We've been in such a bubble filming': Freddie Highmore, 26, gushed about his busy filming schedule in the lead-up to his Australian tour this weekend 

'We've been in such a bubble filming': Freddie Highmore, 26, gushed about his busy filming schedule in the lead-up to his Australian tour this weekend 

‘We’ve been in such a bubble filming’: Freddie Highmore, 26, gushed about his busy filming schedule in the lead-up to his Australian tour this weekend 

In the popular US drama, the highly regarded actor plays a young gifted surgeon who suffers from both autism and savant syndrome. 

The Bates Motel star hopes the television series will raise ‘awareness’ about people living with autism, and also ‘anyone who has felt discriminated’. 

‘Not only in raising awareness how people with autism are dealt with in the workplace but hopefully more widely too. For anyone who has felt discriminated against and hasn’t had their fair shot in life,’ the Finding Neverland actor said.  

'I'm very much looking forward to exploring a country that I have always dreamed of visiting': The actor hasn't been shy to speak of his adoration for the land Down Under, having recently told The West Australian that he has always dreamed of visiting

'I'm very much looking forward to exploring a country that I have always dreamed of visiting': The actor hasn't been shy to speak of his adoration for the land Down Under, having recently told The West Australian that he has always dreamed of visiting

‘I’m very much looking forward to exploring a country that I have always dreamed of visiting’: The actor hasn’t been shy to speak of his adoration for the land Down Under, having recently told The West Australian that he has always dreamed of visiting

The actor hasn’t been shy to speak of his adoration for the land Down Under, having recently told The West Australian that he has always dreamed of visiting.  

‘With this being my first trip to Australia, I’m very much looking forward to exploring a country that I have always dreamed of visiting,’ he told the publication. 

‘I am likewise excited to meet all those who have so warmly embraced The Good Doctor. Thanks for having me!’

  Iconic role: In the popular US drama, the highly regarded actor plays a young gifted surgeon who suffers from both autism and savant syndrome

  Iconic role: In the popular US drama, the highly regarded actor plays a young gifted surgeon who suffers from both autism and savant syndrome

  Iconic role: In the popular US drama, the highly regarded actor plays a young gifted surgeon who suffers from both autism and savant syndrome

Freddie’s breakthrough role was in the 2004 film, Finding Neverland, although he is best known for his appearance in the 2005 version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. 

The boyishly charming lad was born into a showbiz family.

His mother, Sue Latimer, is a talent agent whose clients include actors Daniel Radcliffe and Imelda Staunton.

Meanwhile his father and younger brother Bertie are also actors. 

Powerful message: The Bates Motel star hopes the television series will raise 'awareness' about people living with autism, and also 'anyone who has felt discriminated'

Powerful message: The Bates Motel star hopes the television series will raise 'awareness' about people living with autism, and also 'anyone who has felt discriminated'

Powerful message: The Bates Motel star hopes the television series will raise ‘awareness’ about people living with autism, and also ‘anyone who has felt discriminated’

 

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