Charles has been an actor since he was a teenager, having joined the Actor’s Equity Association‘s apprentice program while still in high school. From there, he went
on to study with renown acting teacher, Ted Liss in Chicago, and gained further training In London, England.
After many years on stage in theaters across the country, Charles now lives in Los Angeles, where he works in film and television as well as voice over. However, he still keeps his stage acting chops in shape, and has appeared on stage in Los Angeles in a number of productions and, at one time or another, has appeared with Tony Award winning actors like Jason Alexander, Robert Morse, and John Rubinstein.
Listen below to a sample from my Twisted50 reading of Curious Boy by Joshua Salzman.
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WHAT ON EARTH AM I THINKING!!!! A daily audiobook diary? I must be mad!
Not only do I not have the time to do a daily diary, but you’d be bored stupid. So … I think a diary entry per week is more realistic!
You see, everyone thinks that we lead very glamorous lives. We work in the entertainment industry right? We’re actors, narrators, producers – we work as creatives … we read aloud and we get paid for it – it is a darn sight nicer than a lot of jobs I’ve done in the past, but glamorous? No … not really.