Fred's trademark is his red New York Yankees baseball cap, worn backwards, and almost never seen without it on.
Fred has a dog that he named 'Bizkit'.
Fred directed The Education of Charlie Banks, which wrapped production on July 25, 2006.
Fred filed an 80 million dollar lawsuit against websites that posted the footage and stills of him and an ex-girlfriend engaging in 'private' acts. The sex tape was allegedly downloaded from his home computer.
Fred directed and appeared in Puddle of Mudd's music video for 'Control'. He also directed their videos for: 'She Hates Me' and 'Drift & Die'.
Fred was hired to direct the skateboarding film Lords of Dogtown, but turned it down.
Fred has tried his hand at acting over the years, appearing in the television miniseries Revelations, in the of Ogden. He also starred in the movie Population 436 with Jeremy Sisto, as a police officer named Bobby Caine.
Fred runs his own record label, Flawless Records, a division of Geffen Records. Flawless has signed: Staind, Puddle of Mudd, and Ringside.
Fred, Sam Rivers, and John Otto formed 'Limp Bizkit' in 1994. Wes Borland joined soon after, and in 1996, DJ Lethal, formerly of House of Pain fame, joined.
Fred had a long-standing dislike for: Scott Stapp, Slipknot, Eminem, Trent Reznor, and Christina Aguilera that he vowed to drop, as a result of the events that took place on September 11th with the World Trade Center attacks changing his views on what is important.
Fred is Senior Vice President of Interscope Records.
Fred's favorite music includes: Kiss, Blondie, Wu Tang, Suicidal Tendencies, Tool, and Smashing Pumpkins.
Fred moved to Florida after he tired of working odd jobs in Georgia, and started doing art for people. It was then, that he started to tattoo.
Fred headed on to Georgia after his divorce to start over. He worked in a skate-park for awhile because he was a sponsored skate-boarder.
Fred married Rachel Tergesen in 1990 when he was twenty years old. The couple had a daughter named Adriana Durst. Fred filed for divorce after finding his wife cheating on him. Fred spent a month behind bars for physically assaulting the ex-wifes new boyfriend.
Fred moved to Jacksonville in his late teens and joined the United States Navy.
Fred was born and raised in Gastonia, North Carolina, and admits to being a terrible student in school, yet was the teacher's favorite. School was more of a social place to hang out and skateboard, rap, beatbox,and breakdance. He did graduate, though he doesn't know how.
Fred has directed music videos for the Limp Bizkit songs "Faith", "Nookie" & "Break Stuff," as well as Korn's video "Falling Away From Me".
Fred: I have all of the luxuries that I want, but no one to share them with, that aint right. I am looking for someone special for something that'll last forever. If anyone were to actually listen to my lyrics, they would see that I am lonely, and I have been for long time.
Fred: I grew up as a rebellious kid who was always locked up in his room. When I got out--I wasn't bad...I just didn't know what was right or wrong.
Fred: I've sinned so many ways it's unbelievable. I've robbed stores. I've had plenty of sex. I've lied terribly, I've cheated, I've been greedy, I've lusted. Everything. I've done it all, I need some help and support from above now.