The Freak Brothers voice cast features Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, Tiffany Haddish and Pete Davidson. This info article contains minor spoilers and characters for the 2021 Tubi original series. Check out more streaming guides in Vague Visages’ Know the Cast section.
Based on Gilbert Shelton’s comic series, The Freak Brothers follows a trio of San Francisco stoners and a sassy cat. The protagonists get smoked out during the summer of ’69 and wake up 50 years later. In the 2020 timeline, two sisters squabble while deciding how to handle their bizarre squatting situation. Here’s every main player and stoner in The Freak Brothers, a Tubi original series created by Courtney Solomon, Alan R. Cohen and Alan Freedland.
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The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Woody Harrelson as Freewheelin’ Franklin Freek
Character Profile: A street-savvy and easy-going stoner. He speaks softly but doesn’t have the best manners. In 2020, Freewheeling’ Franklin adjusts to a rapidly-evolving world.
Harrelson’s Resume: Woody Boyd in Cheers (1985-93), Larry Flynt in The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996), Marty Hart in True Detective (2014-19), Max Bruner in The Edge of Seventeen (2017), Varrick in Kate (2021)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘Ambulance’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: John Goodman as Fat Freddy Freekowtski
Character Profile: A misfit stoner. In 1969, he accidentally buys tickets to Woodstock, Georgia instead of the Woodstock concert in New York. Fat Freddy wakes up in 2020 with a 50-year-old stash of marijuana in his butt.
Goodman’s Resume: Dan Conner in Roseanne (1988-2018), Charlie Meadows in Barton Fink (1991), Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski (1998), John Chambers in Argo (2012), Howard in 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘Angelyne’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Tiffany Hadish as Kitty
Character Profile: Fat Freddy’s cat. She’s a horny and abrasive character. Kitty bonds with an intellectual dog named Chomsky in 2020 San Francisco.
Hadish’s Resume: Dina in Girls Trip (2017), Carrie in Night School (2018), Tuca in Tuca & Bertie (2019), Mia Carter in Like a Boss (2020), La Linda in The Card Counter (2021)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘Godspeed’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Pete Davidson as Phineas T. Phreakears
Character Profile: An educated stoner. He seeks the ultimate high in 1969. In 2020, Phineas tries to get the gang back to 1969 San Francisco.
Davidson’s Resume: Saturday Night Live Cast Member (2014-), Duncan in Set It Up (2018), Tom Zutaut in The Dirt (2019), Scott Carlin in The King of Staten Island (2020), Blackguard in The Suicide Squad (2021)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘Borrego’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Adam Devine as Chuck
Character Profile: A San Francisco resident in the 2020 timeline. He gets arrested for running a lemonade-style weed stand. Chuck strategizes with the Freak Brothers.
Devine’s Resume: Adam DeMamp in Workaholics (2011-17), Bumper in Pitch Perfect (2012), Mike Stangle in Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates (2016), Josh in Isn’t It Romantic (2019), Kelvin Gemstone in The Righteous Gemstones (2019-)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘F*ck Love Too’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Blake Anderson as Charlie
Character Profile: Chuck’s friend. He also gets arrested for selling marijuana on the street. Charlie is more mellow than his weed-happy pal.
Anderson’s Resume: Blake Henderson in Workaholics (2011-17), Ron the Janitor in Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015), Will Sherwood in Dope (2015), Joel in Game Over, Man! (2018), Gunther in Woke (2020-)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘Senior Year’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Andrea Savage as Harper Switzer
Character Profile: A San Francisco homeowner in the 2020 timeline. The Freak Brothers wake up in her basement. Harper tries to get the stoner squatters out of her home.
Savage’s Resume: Denise in Step Brothers (2008), Helen Basch in Episodes (2015-17), Laura Montez in Veep (2016-19), Andrea in I’m Sorry (2017-19), Dr. Stacy in A Million Little Things (2021)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘Along for the Ride’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Phil LaMarr as Noah Switzer
Character Profile: Harper’s husband. He’s an intellectual who doesn’t like conflict. Noah observes the Freak Brothers and constantly agrees with his wife.
LaMarr’s Resume: Marvin in Pulp Fiction (1994), Hermes Conrad in Futurama (1999-2013), Ollie Williams/Judge in Family Guy (1999-), Samurai Jack in Samurai Jack (2001), He-Ro in Masters of the Universe: Revelation (2021)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘The Valet’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: La La Anthony as Gretchen Morris
Character Profile: Harper’s sister. She lives in the guest house. Gretchen is a housing advocate lawyer who defends the Freak Brothers’ squatter rights.
Anthony’s Resume: Sonia in Think Like a Man (2012), Lakeisha Granti in Power (2014-20), Delina Michaels in Unforgettable (2015-16), Flo DeVoe in The New Edition Story (2017), Dom in The Chi (2020-)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘The Perfect Family’
The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Liza Del Mundo as Camille Switzer
Character Profile: Harper’s daughter. She finds a picture of the Freak Brothers at Woodstock in 1969 during Joe Cocker’s set.
Del Mundo’s Resume: Severa in ER (2003-04), Hay Lin in W.I.T.C.H. (2004-06), Lorna Dane/Polaris in Wolverine and the X-Men (2009), Pregnant Kathy in The Misadventures of the Dunderheads (2012), Leilani in Doc McStuffins (2013-17)
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The Freak Brothers Voice Cast: Danny Gendron as Chomsky
Character Profile: Harper’s intellectual dog. He initially clashes with Kitty. Chomsky pleasures himself with a vibrating toothbrush.
Gendron’s Resume: Danny in Greetings from Charney! (2015), Dr. Boring/Watercooler in Gear Squad vs. Dr. Boring (2021)
Read More at VV — Know the Cast: ‘A Perfect Pairing’
The Freak Brothers voice cast also includes Carrie Lynn Certa (What If People Died, Nickelodeon’s Unfiltered), Maurice LaMarche (The Simpsons, Futurama), Jason Hightower (Ralph Breaks the Internet, Star Wars Resistance), Alan Freedland (King of the Hill, American Dad!) and Mary Farber.
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