History Hop Tags - Charlie

Charlie - Notable Historical Events

Charlie ChaplinDec 16, 1913

Charles M. SchulzOct 2, 1950

James BaldwinApr 23, 1964

Roger MarisDec 8, 1966

Willie MaysMay 11, 1972

Farrah FawcettSep 22, 1976

Michael JacksonNov 3, 2009

Charlie SheenMar 7, 2011

Ashton KutcherSep 19, 2011

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Charlie - Historical Events
Date Event
1745-07-09

Bonnie Prince Charlie's "Elisabeth" battles with HMS Lion

1745-07-12

Warship Elisabeth joins Bonnie Prince Charlie's frigate Doutelle [NS]

1745-07-25

Bonnie Prince Charlie lands on Eriskay, Hebrides in the last Jacobite Rebellion

1745-08-20

Bonnie Prince Charlie reaches Blair Castle, Scotland

1745-08-31

Bonnie Prince Charlie reaches Blair Castle, Scotland

1745-09-17

Edinburgh occupied by Jacobites under Charles Edward Stuart (aka the Young Pretender or Bonny Prince Charlie)

1745-09-22

Bonnie Prince Charlie's army returns to Edinburgh

1745-11-11

Bonnie Prince Charlie's army enters England

1745-11-18

Bonnie Prince Charlie's troops occupy Carlisle

1745-11-29

Bonnie Prince Charlie's army moves into Manchester & occupies Carlisle

1745-12-10

Bonnie Prince Charlie's army reaches Manchester

1745-12-17

Bonnie Prince Charlie's army retreats to Scotland

1745-12-20

Bonnie Prince Charlie's army reaches the river Esk

1746-01-08

Bonnie Prince Charlie's troops occupy Stirling [NS=Jan 19]

1746-01-14

Bonnie Prince Charlie's army leaves Glasgow [OS=Jan 3]

1746-02-20

Bonnie Prince Charlie occupies Inverness Castle

1746-03-03

Bonnie Prince Charlie occupies Inverness Castle

1746-07-10

Bonnie Prince Charlie flees in disguise to Isle of Skye

1746-09-20

Bonnie Prince Charlie flees to France from Scotland

1746-10-01

Bonnie Prince Charlie flees to France

1879-05-20

5th Kentucky Derby: Charlie Shauer aboard Lord Murphy wins in 2:37

1880-06-10

Charlie Jones becomes 1st to hit 2 HRs in 1 inning

1885-08-29

Phillies Charlie Ferguson no-hits Providence 1-0

1888-03-10

HW Boxing champ John L Sullivan draws Charlie Mitchell in 30 rounds

1892-04-29

Charlie Reilly is baseball's 1st pinch hitter

1897-05-11

Wash Senator catcher Charlie Farrell throws out 8 attempted stealers

1901-03-11

Cincinnati Enquirer reports Balt mgr John McGraw signed Cherokee Indian Tokohoma, who is really black 2nd baseman Charlie Grant

1913-12-16

Charlie Chaplin began his film career at Keystone for $150 a week

1914-02-07

Charlie Chaplin debuts "The Tramp" in "Kid Auto Races at Venice"

1916-02-08

NL votes down Charlie Ebbets proposal to limit 25 cent seats

1916-02-26

Mutual signs Charlie Chaplin to a film contract

1916-10-10

In Game 3, Charlie Ebbets becomes the 1st owner to raise the price of World Series grandstand seats to $5-up from $3

1921-02-06

"The Kid," starring Charlie Chaplin & Jackie Coogan, released

1921-06-25

Charlie McCartney scores 300 in 205 mins Aust v Notts

1922-05-01

Charlie Robertson of Chicago pitches a perfect no-hit, no-run game

1922-06-13

Longest attack of hiccups begins Charlie Osborne, 98 hiccupped over 435 million times before it stops, He dies 11 months after it stops

1925-01-05

French Baseball Federation awards silver medals to John McGraw, Charlie Comiskey, & Hugh Jennings

1928-05-31

Charlie Hallows scores his 1,000th run of Cricket season

1931-01-30

Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights" premieres at Los Angeles Theater

1931-03-27

Charlie Chaplin receives France's distinguished Legion of Honor

1932-01-19

Charlie Conacher becomes 1st Toronto Maple Leaf to score 5 goals in a game, 1st coming at 7 seconds of game

1932-08-02

Charlie Grimm replaces Roger Hornsby as manager of Chicago Cubs

1932-12-02

"Adventures of Charlie Chan" 1st heard on NBC-Blue radio network

1935-10-24

Judge Landis fines ump George Moriarty, Cubs mgr Charlie Grimm & Chic players W English, B Jurges & B Herman for actions in World Series

1936-11-17

Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy become overnight success on radio

1936-12-17

Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen & dummy Charlie McCarthy, appear on TV

1937-02-05

1st Charlie Chaplin talkie, "Modern Times," released

1937-11-02

AL batting champ Charlie Gehringer wins MVP

1938-06-10

Charlie Barnett makes 98 by lunch v Australia at Trent Bridge

1938-08-28

Northwestern University awards honorary degree to dummy Charlie McCarthy

1940-07-28

Yankee Charlie Keller hits 3 HRs to beat White Sox 10-9

1940-10-15

"The Great Dictator", a satiric social commentary film by and starring Charlie Chaplin, is released.

1945-11-26

Charlie "Bird" Parker leads a record date for the Savoy label, marketed as the "greatest Jazz session ever"

1949-05-05

Tiger 2nd baseman Charlie Gehringer selected to Hall of Fame

1950-10-02

1st strip of Charlie Brown, "Li'l Folks", later "Peanuts", by Charles M. Schulz published in 9 papers

1951-07-02

Bill Veeck buys St Louis Browns from Bill & Charlie DeWitt

1952-05-30

Charlie Grimm succeeds Tommy Holmes as manager of Boston Braves

1952-09-19

The United States bars Charlie Chaplin from re-entering the country after a trip to England.

1959-02-09

Coasters's "Charlie Brown" peaks at #2

1959-05-03

Tiger's Charlie Maxwell hits 4 consecutive HRs in a doubleheader

1960-11-18

Charlie Finley makes a bid to purchase expansion LA Angels

1961-06-19

Charlie Finley, changes A's manager Joe Gordon (26-33) for Hank Bauer

1962-09-18

Charlie Finley is denied permission to move As to Dallas-Fort Worth

1963-07-08

Reports of Charlie Finley's intention to move KC A's to Oakland

1964-01-06

Charlie Finlay announces he wants to move KC A's to Louisville

1964-01-16

AL owners vote 9-1 against Charlie Finley moving KC A's to Louisville

1964-02-23

Charlie Finley signs a 4 year lease to keep A's in Kansas City

1964-03-12

SN Behrmann's "But for Whom Charlie" premieres in NYC

1964-04-23

James Baldwin's "Blues for Mr Charlie" premieres in NYC

1965-09-29

St L Cards Charlie Johnson passes for 6 touchdowns vs Cleve (49-13)

1965-12-09

"A Charlie Brown Christmas" premieres

1965-12-15

D Heneker & J Taylor's musical "Charlie Girl," premieres in London

1966-12-08

A terrible Yankee trade, Roger Maris for Card's Charlie Smith

1967-10-20

Charlie Finley names Bob Kennedy 1st manager of Oakland A's

1967-10-22

Joe DiMaggio is hired as executive VP of A's by Charlie Finley

1969-11-02

NFL record of 12 passing touchdowns, New Orleans Billy Kilmer & St L Charlie Johnson pass for 6 touchdowns each

1971-06-01

"You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" opens at Golden NYC for 31 perfs

1971-06-27

"You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" closes at Golden NYC after 31 perfs

1971-10-10

5th Country Music Association Award: Charlie Pride wins

1972-05-11

Giants trade Willie Mays to Mets for pitcher Charlie Williams & cash

1974-10-10

A's Mike Andrews files $25 million lawsuit against Charlie Finley

1974-10-11

A's Catfish Hunter charge owner Charlie Finley with breach of contract

1974-10-14

8th Country Music Association Award: Charlie Rich

1974-11-26

Catfish Hunter & Charlie Finley meet in arbitration

1975-01-05

Charlie Smalls' "Wiz," premieres in NYC

1976-09-22

"Charlie's Angels" starring Farrah Fawcett debuts

1976-12-16

Charlie Finley's $10 million damage suit against Bowie Kuhn begins

1977-09-23

Cheryl Ladd replaces Farrah Fawcett on Charlie's Angels

1978-03-01

Charlie Chaplin's coffin and remains are stolen from a Swiss cemetery

1978-04-07

US Court of Appeals upholds Commissioner Kuhn's voiding of attempted player sales by A's owner Charlie Finley in June 1976

1979-01-13

Charlie Daniels hosts Volunteer Jam

1979-06-23

Charlie Daniels Band releases "Devil Went Down to Georgia"

1980-08-23

Charlie Finley sells A's for $127M to Haas (owners of Levi Strauss)

1980-09-14

"Charlie & Algernon" opens at Helen Hayes Theater NYC for 17 perfs

1980-09-28

"Charlie & Algernon" closes at Helen Hayes Theater NYC after 17 perfs

1981-05-10

Montreal Expo Charlie Lee no-hits SF Giants, 4-0

1987-08-30

Knuckleballer Charlie Hough on the mound, Rangers catcher Geno Petralli ties the major league record by allowing 6 passed balls

1992-08-29

Brave's Charlie Leibrandt 1,000th strikeout & decides to keep the ball He rolls it to the dugout, allows Ricky Jordan to take 2nd on error

1993-12-11

59th Heisman Trophy Award: Charlie Ward, Florida State (QB)

2009-11-03

23rd Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Charlie Wilson & Chaka Khan win

2011-03-07

Charlie Sheen is fired from the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men"

2011-09-19

Ashton Kutcher debuts on "Two and a Half Men", replacing Charlie Sheen

2015-11-17

Charlie Sheen says he is HIV-positive

2015-11-17

Charlie Sheen says he is HIV-positive

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Charlie - Notable Birthdays

Charlie WattsJun 2, 1941

Kate JacksonOct 29, 1948

Sam KinisonDec 8, 1953

Charlie SheenSep 3, 1965

Charlie - Birthdays
Date Event
1720-12-20

Charles Edward Stuart, [Bonnie Prince Charlie/Young Pretender]

1872-11-30

John McCrae, What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?

1874-04-28

Sidney Toler, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service

1876-02-06

Charlie Joy, When Quackel Did Hide

1876-11-07

Charlie Townsend, English cricketer (d. 1958)

1878-05-23

Felix Powell, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

1880-10-03

Warner Oland, Umea Sweden, actor (Jazz Singer, Charlie Chan)

1881-09-06

Charlie Dell, NYC, actor (Pickle in the Middle)

1882-02-15

Lew Hearn, Big Time Charlie

1882-07-16

Edward Earle, Toronto Ont, actor (Charlie Chan-Meeting at Midnight)

1882-10-14

Charlie Parker, cricketer (legend Gloucs SLA, but 2-32 in only Test)

1883-10-01

Charlie Dudley, Sunrise

1884-05-26

Charles Winninger, Athens Wisc, actor (Charlie Farrell Show)

1884-07-12

Joseph Crehan, Baltimore MD, actor (Charlie Chan-Meeting at Midnight)

1884-08-26

Earl Biggers, author ("Charlie Chan" detective series)

1884-10-12

Maurice Cass, Charlie Chan at the Opera

1885-03-24

Charlie Daniels, US swimmer (Olympics-4 gold-1904, 08)

1886-02-08

Charlie Ruggles, Los Angeles California, actor (Ruggles, Aesop-Bullwinkle Show)

1886-04-21

Charlie Naughton, Glasgow Scotland, actor (Frozen Limits)

1886-04-21

Charlie Naughton, Wise Guys

1887-04-01

Sol Michaels, Charlie Chan at the Opera

1887-06-12

Richard Lancaster, Big Time Charlie

1887-12-25

John Davidson, NYC, actor (Charlie Chan-Chinese Cat)

1888-05-08

Phil Rosen, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service

1889-04-16

Charles 'Charlie' Chaplin, London UK, actor/comedian (City Lights, Gold Rush)

1889-05-08

James Tinling, Charlie Chan in Shanghai

1890-01-16

Lloyd Bacon, San Jose CA, actor (Charlie Chaplin)

1890-04-28

Daniel B. Clark, Charlie Chan in Egypt

1890-12-26

Uncle Charlie Osborne, American fiddler (d. 1992)

1892-02-27

William Demarest, St Paul Minn, actor (Uncle Charlie-My 3 Sons)

1895-04-04

Charlie Hallows, cricket batsman (Lancs played for England 1921-28)

1895-10-21

Edna Purviance, Paradise Valley NV, silent film actress worked with Charlie Chaplin (The Kid)

1897-01-21

J Carrol Naish, NYC, actor (Charlie Chan-Adv of Charlie Chan)

1899-08-19

Charlie Hall, English comedian actor (d. 1959)

1899-12-04

Charles William (Charlie) Spencer Newcastle and England football player (d. 1953)

1902-09-03

Mantan Moreland, Monroe LA, comedian (Charlie Chan, Spirit of Youth)

1903-01-11

Charlie Abbott, Little Beau Porky

1903-02-16

Edgar Bergen, Chicago, ventriloquist (Charlie McCarthy)

1903-05-11

Charlie Gehringer, Detroit Tigers' 2nd baseman (1924-42)

1904-10-10

Gordon Wiles, Charlie Chan's Secret

1904-12-01

Regina Rambeau, Charlie Chan in Shanghai

1905-12-28

Cliff Arquette, Toledo Oh, comedian (Charlie Weaver)

1906-12-13

Helen Logan, Charlie Chan's Secret

1907-02-17

Charlie Spivak, Pin Up Girl

1907-09-08

Leon Askin, Vienna Austria, actor (Pierre-Charlie Farrell Show)

1908-06-14

John Scott Trotter, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

1908-12-27

Lillian Steuber, Play It Again, Charlie Brown

1908-9-14

Charlie Beal, New Orleans

1909-02-19

Charlie Walker, South Aust cricket wicket-keeper (toured but no Tests)

1909-11-27

Astrid Allwyn, Manchester CT, actress (Charlie Chan's Secret)

1910-02-15

Charlie Cairoli, Charlie Cairoli

1910-02-15

Reuben Timmins, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1910-03-06

Jehim Wong, Charlie Chan in Shanghai

1910-03-11

Edward Trevor, Charlie Chan's Secret

1910-04-10

Pat Paterson, Charlie Chan in Egypt

1910-04-17

Ivan Goff, Charlie's Angels

1911-03-18

Smiley Burnette, Summum Ill, cowboy (Charlie-Petticoat Junction)

1911-06-14

Louise Henry, Charlie Chan on Broadway

1911-06-29

Katherine DeMille, Charlie Chan at the Olympics

1911-07-06

June Gale, Charlie Chan at Treasure Island

1911-07-15

Joan Valerie, Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum

1911-12-19

Clark Dennis, Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra in Redskin Rhumba

1911-12-23

George Brasno, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1912-06-19

Jerry Jerome, Charlie Chan's Courage

1912-12-03

Charlie Wagner, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1913-03-25

Herman Cohen, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1913-06-09

Charlie Bellante, 'Kukan': The Battle Cry of China

1913-10-26

Charlie Barnet, Bright and Breezy

1913-10-28

Ruth Peterson, Charlie Chan in Paris

1914-04-23

John Hubbard, Indiana Harbor Indiana, actor (Don't Call Me Charlie)

1914-04-26

Charlie Chester, British comedian (Never Say Die)

1914-04-26

Charlie Chester, Episode #7.10

1914-06-04

Edward Hepple, A Candle for Charlie

1914-06-17

Manuel Perez, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1915-07-18

Phyllis Brooks, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1916-01-09

Charlie Harris, An Evening with Nat King Cole

1916-01-22

Gwen Kenyon, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service

1916-02-10

Jacques Berthier, Colorado Charlie

1916-03-10

Shia Jung, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1916-03-13

Maxine Reiner, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1916-03-23

Ben Roberts, Charlie's Angels

1916-05-31

Judy Campbell, actress (Convoy, Bonnie Prince Charlie)

1916-07-29

Charlie Christian, American jazz guitarist (d. 1942)

1916-07-29

Charlie Christian, Focus

1916-08-31

Jack Speirs, Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar

1916-10-10

Benson Fong, Sacramento CA, actress (Charlie Chan, Purple Heart)

1916-11-15

Bill Melendez, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1916-12-02

Charlie Ventura,

1917-04-09

Charlie Kane, Casey Jones

1917-06-04

Helen Wood, Charlie Chan at the Race Track

1917-07-17

Marianne Quon, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service

1917-08-03

Charlie Shavers, Universal Name Band Musical 7301: Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra

1917-10-17

Olive Brasno, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1917-12-02

Hugh McLauchlan, The Moon Shines Bright on Charlie Endell

1918-01-29

John Forsythe, NJ, actor (Bachelor Father, Charlie's Angels, Dynasty)

1918-01-29

John Forsythe, Charlie's Angels

1918-02-06

Howard McGhee, In memoriam Charlie Parker

1918-02-22

Charlie Finley, American sports entrepreneur (d. 1996)

1918-04-20

Florence Ung, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1918-08-13

Charlie Rasher, Trading Places

1919-02-16

Charlie Parlato, The Lawrence Welk Show

1919-02-26

Mason Adams, NYC, actor (Charlie Hume-Lou Grant, Deadliest Season)

1919-10-26

Thomas Funck, Charlie Strapp and Froggy Ball Flying High

1919-9-04

Frank Dong, Charlie Chan's Greatest Case

1920-05-23

Sid Melton, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Alf-Green Acres, Charlie-Danny Thomas)

1920-08-03

Charlie Shavers, American trumpet player (d. 1971)

1920-08-13

Charlie Alfred Galbraith, jazz trombonist

1920-08-29

Charlie "Bird" Parker, Kansas City Kansas, American jazz saxophonist

1920-08-29

Charlie Parker, Se7en

1920-10-04

Charlie Norman, Episode #1.17

1920-10-06

Charlie Manna, Episode #1.40

1920-10-26

Aarno Walli, In memoriam Charlie Parker

1921-01-16

Charles McElmurry, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1921-08-14

Cobina Wright, Charlie Chan in Rio

1921-10-07

Charlie Fox, 1972 MLB All-Star Game

1921-9-19

Charlie Conerly, Episode dated 13 December 1959

1922-05-07

Frances Hoo, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1922-06-02

Charlie Sifford, American professional golfer

1922-06-02

Charlie Sifford, Say It Loud

1922-10-08

Eileen Essell, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1922-11-26

Charles M. Schulz, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1923-04-22

Aaron Spelling, American television producer (Charlie's Angels), (d. 2006)

1923-04-22

Aaron Spelling, Charlie's Angels

1923-06-25

Bernard Gruver, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1923-08-15

Bob Winquist, Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown

1923-10-20

Herschel Bernardi, actor (Arnie, Voice of Charlie the Tuna, Front)

1923-11-01

Charlie Dugdale, Just One Happy Family

1923-11-12

Charlie Mariano, Steppenwolf

1924-01-25

Speedy West, Charlie Wilson's War

1924-04-06

Charlie Rouse, The Trials of Cate McCall

1924-05-28

Karl Redcoff, Charlie Harper, Winner

1924-05-29

Sinclair Yip, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1924-07-11

Charlie Tully, Northern Irish footballer (d. 1971)

1924-10-13

Charlie Silvera, Don Larsen

1924-9-11

David Morris, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1925-06-10

Don Costa, actor (Impossible Years, Soul of Nigger Charlie)

1925-06-19

Charlie Drake, British comic (Plank, Rhubarb Rhubarb, Splish Splash)

1925-06-19

Charlie Drake, I Just Don't Want to Get Involved

1925-09-16

Charlie Byrd, guitarist (Desfinado)

1925-9-12

Patricia Fox, Bonnie Prince Charlie

1925-9-16

Charlie Byrd, Whatever Works

1926-03-31

Sydney Chaplin, son of Charlie/actor (Adding Machine, Psycho Sisters)

1926-07-28

Charlie Biddle, American-born Quebec jazz bassist (d. 2003)

1926-08-27

Pat Coombs, Get Charlie Tully

1926-11-02

Charlie Walker, Sweet Dreams

1926-11-21

Charlie Palmieri, Salsa

1926-9-20

Charlie Bluhdorn, The Godfather: Part III

1927-02-20

David Dong, Charlie Chan's Greatest Case

1927-03-23

Helen Quan, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1927-04-08

Charlie Maxwell, 1957 MLB All-Star Game

1927-07-07

Charlie Louvin, Rainsville Ala, country singer (Louvin Brothers)

1927-07-07

Charlie Louvin, Temple Grandin

1927-07-20

Michael Gielen, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1927-10-08

Dallas Mitchell, Charlie X

1927-10-25

Eugene Hoo, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1927-11-25

Charlie Smithers, A Little of What You Fancy

1927-12-20

Charlie Callas, High Anxiety

1928-07-10

Charlie Campbell, Army of Darkness

1928-07-18

Stig Grybe, Charlie Strapp and Froggy Ball Flying High

1928-12-23

Charlie Williams, Episode #5.29

1929-01-10

Ruth Kissane, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1929-01-20

Arte Johnson, Chicago Ill, comedian (Laugh-in, Don't Call Me Charlie)

1929-06-02

Jimmy Bryant, Charlie Wilson's War

1929-07-11

David Kelly, Dublin, actor (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Fawlty Towers), (d. 2012)

1929-07-11

David Kelly, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1929-12-01

David Doyle, Omaha, Nebraska, American actor (Charlie's Angels, Rugrats)

1929-12-20

Charlie Williams, Walk the Line

1930-06-04

Allan Hoo, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1930-10-19

Charlie Sumner,

1930-11-09

Charlie Jones, Ft Smith Ark, sportscaster (Almost Anything Goes)

1930-11-09

Charlie Jones, Without Limits

1930-11-10

Faye Lee, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1930-9-27

Sally Home, Charlie Was My Darling

1930-9-27

Alan Shean, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1931-01-30

Charlie Neal, Game 6

1931-07-19

Charlie Hoag, Dean Smith

1932-03-10

Charlie L. Russell, Five on the Black Hand Side

1932-04-02

Margie Lee, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1932-05-02

Charlie McCarthy, Taxi Driver

1932-06-12

Charlie Feathers, Kill Bill: Vol. 1

1932-07-17

Vince Guaraldi, jazz pianist (Charlie Brown TV specials)

1932-08-12

Charlie O'Donnell, American game show announcer

1932-08-12

Charlie O'Donnell, Press Your Luck

1932-11-13

Charlie Briggs, The Beguiled

1932-11-14

Vincente Cadiente, Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen

1932-12-14

Charlie "Silver Fox" Rich, Colt Ark, vocalist (Behind Closed Doors)

1932-12-14

Charlie Rich, Wild

1932-9-03

Paul Togawa, Washing Machine Charlie

1933-03-13

Mike Stoller, composer (Lieber & Stoller-Hound Dog, Charlie Brown)

1933-03-24

Lee Mendelson, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1933-06-01

Charlie Wilson, The Making of 'Charlie Wilson's War'

1933-07-23

Charlie Cullin, The Silence of Cricket Coogler

1933-07-28

Charlie Hodge, French Canadian ice hockey goaltender

1933-11-09

Charlie Tamsitt, A Canterbury Tale

1934-01-14

Ron Brown, Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar

1934-02-03

Charlie Whelan, Episode #17.2

1934-03-21

Al Freeman Jr, Tx, actor (One Life to Live, My Sweet Charlie), (d. 2012)

1934-10-07

Charlie Davao, Women in Cages

1934-11-15

Joanna Barnes, Boston, actr (Parent Trap, Spartacus, Goodbye Charlie)

1934-11-29

Don Eitner, Charlie X

1934-12-14

Charlie Hodge, Elvis: That's the Way It Is

1934-9-26

Dick Heckstall-Smith, Charlie's Angels

1935-11-06

Roseline Rubens, Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)

1935-11-24

Charlie Hickman, The River Line

1935-12-19

Charlie Picerni, Die Hard 2

1936-01-11

Linda Lawson, Ann Arbor Mich, actress (Don't Call Me Charlie)

1936-05-14

Charlie Gracie, Pipes of Peace

1936-10-28

Charlie Daniels, Wilmington NC, singer (Devil Went Down to Georgia)

1936-10-28

Charlie Daniels, Urban Cowboy

1936-12-17

Tommy Steele, Tommy Steele in Search of Charlie Chaplin

1937-01-28

Charlie Krueger, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. San Francisco 49ers

1937-04-07

Charlie Thomas, singer (Drifters)

1937-06-28

Charlie Flowers, 1961 AFL Championship Game

1937-07-22

Chuck Jackson, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1937-08-06

Charlie Haden, Gattaca

1938-01-13

Charlie Brill, Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby

1938-03-22

Charlie Hillard, Blue Sky

1938-05-10

Charlie Daze, Episode #10.11

1938-10-16

Charlie Bivins, Buffalo Bills vs. Boston Patriots

1938-11-25

Charlie Holliday, Kindergarten Cop

1938-12-12

Liccy Dahl, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1938-9-30

Charlie Craig, Human Trials

1939-05-06

Dave Ward, My Sweet Charlie

1939-05-19

James Fox, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1939-10-23

Charlie Foxx, US songwriter/soul singer (Mockingbird)

1940-01-03

Leo de Berardinis, A Charlie Parker

1940-05-02

Bryan Davis, cricketer (bro of Charlie WI batsman v Australia 1965)

1940-07-22

Alex Trebek, Charlie's Angels

1940-07-31

Rocky Gunn, The Return of Charlie Chan

1940-08-11

Kip King, Chicago Ill, actor (Charlie & Company)

1941-02-21

Charlie Shelburne, English earl/large landowner

1941-03-28

Charlie McCoy, Oak Hill WV, harmonica player (Hee Haw)

1941-03-28

Charlie McCoy, Only Lovers Left Alive

1941-06-02

Charlie Watts, London England, drummer (Rolling Stones)

1941-06-02

Charlie Watts, Shine a Light

1941-07-27

Charlie Norwood, Episode dated 21 May 2006

1941-11-10

Kyû Sakamoto, Charlie's Angels

1942-01-05

Charlie Rose, Henderson NC, newscaster (CBS Night Watch)

1942-01-05

Charlie Rose, Episode dated 10 March 2011

1942-02-09

Charlie Morrow, composer

1942-02-20

Charlie Gillett, Lancashire, rock broadcaster (Sound of the City)

1942-02-20

Charlie Gillett, Mr. Bean's Holiday

1942-06-07

Charlie Bricker, Andy Roddick

1942-07-25

Oscar James, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1942-12-30

Charlie Pachter, Symposium: Ladder of Love

1942-12-30

Charlie Pachter, Johnny at the Fair

1942-9-13

Béla Károlyi, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1942-9-26

Charlie Spease, Jason Vs. Leatherface

1943-01-17

Gabriella Pescucci, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1943-02-24

Charlie Bauer, Lumière noire

1943-03-04

Charlie Lea, Episode #1.6

1943-04-15

Charlie Robles, Fray Dólar

1943-08-08

Charlie Elvegård, Nils Karlsson Pyssling

1943-10-25

Charlie Smalls, The Wiz

1943-10-31

Charlie Dell, Fight Club

1943-12-31

Charlie Carlson, Henry Blackhart Is Dead!

1943-9-13

Charlie Stukes, 1971 AFC Championship Game

1943-9-26

Peter Zenk, Charlie & Louise - Das doppelte Lottchen

1943-9-28

Warren Lieberfarb, Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin

1944-01-01

Charlie Davis, cricketer (WI batsman in 15 Tests 1968-73)

1944-01-04

Charlie Manuel, 2002 MLB All-Star Game

1944-01-31

Charlie Musselwhite, Jersey Boys

1944-02-17

Dick Bosman, Charlie Finley

1944-04-25

Charlie Harper, This Is England

1944-06-04

Charlie Whitney, rock guitarist (Family)

1944-11-19

Charlie Coe, rock bassist (Paul Revers & The Raiders)

1944-9-21

Charlie Harraway, Super Bowl VII

1945-02-28

General Crook, Charlie Wright & Watts 103rd Street Band/Carla Thomas/General Crook

1945-03-05

Elisabeth Badinter, Je Suis Charlie

1945-07-21

Leigh Lawson, Atherston England, actress (Fire & Sword, Charlie Boy)

1945-08-05

Ja'net DuBois, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1945-10-26

Jaclyn Smith, Houston, Texas, American actress (Charlie's Angels, The Bourne Identity)

1945-12-04

Charlie Hayward, The Giving Tree

1946-01-18

Charlie Smith, Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders

1946-08-25

Charlie Sanders, American football player

1946-08-25

Charlie Sanders, Dick Butkus

1946-08-31

Charlie West, Super Bowl IV

1947-02-19

Charlie Latour, Murder by Sex

1947-04-30

Leslie Grantham, Charlie

1947-10-14

Charlie Joiner, Many La, NFL receiver (Houston, Cincinnati, San Diego)

1947-10-28

Charlie Horváth, Fejlövés

1948-03-26

Steven Tyler, Charlie's Angels

1948-05-19

Charlie Chin, Fuk sing go jiu

1948-05-21

Leo Sayer, Charlie's Angels

1948-06-29

Charlie DiPinto, Yonkers Joe

1948-07-12

Khin-Kyaw Maung, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1948-09-10

Charlie Waters, American football player

1948-10-14

Charlie Joiner, San Diego Chargers vs. Seattle Seahawks

1948-10-29

Kate Jackson, Birmingham Ala, actress (Rookies, Charlie's Angels)

1948-12-02

Charlie Hall, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-12-15

Charlie Scott, Seasons of Change: The African American Athlete

1948-9-10

Charlie Waters, Off Her Meds

1948-9-26

Bruce Sudano, Charlie Wilson's War

1949-01-14

Charlie Tumahai, Once Were Warriors

1949-02-05

Charlie Skeen, The Hidden

1949-02-11

Charlie Hargrett, rock guitarist (Blackfoot)

1949-04-13

Charlie Hendricks, Train Birds

1949-07-06

Shelley Hack, Greenwich Ct, actress (Tiffany Welles-Charlie's Angel)

1949-07-12

Charlie Weaver, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1949-07-17

Charlie Steiner, American sports broadcaster

1949-9-30

Michael Hobbs, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1950-01-05

Charlie Richmond, Canadian entrepreneur

1950-07-06

Charlie Glaize, Family Challenge

1950-07-26

Charlie Smith, Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1950-10-18

Merry Martin, Wilma's Uncle Charlie

1950-9-10

Joe Perry, Charlie's Angels

1950-9-20

Charlie Aptroot, Episode #6.59

1951-01-23

Charlie Spikes, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1951-02-05

Charlie Young, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles

1951-02-19

Alan Merrill, Charlie's Angels

1951-04-25

José López, Charlie Sheen

1951-07-06

Charlie Hill, The Big Show

1951-07-12

Cheryl Ladd, Huron SD, actress (Charlie's Angels, Purple Hearts)

1951-07-18

Charlie Luken, Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

1951-07-28

Rick F. Gunter, Good Luck Charlie

1952-02-17

Charlie Johnson, Super Bowl XV

1952-07-24

Charlie Getty, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1952-10-19

Charlie Chase, Episode dated 17 July 2011

1953-01-21

Charlie Baggett, Randy Moss

1953-02-19

Eric Knowles, Eric Knowles v Charlie Ross: Showdown

1953-06-21

Charlie Moore Jr, baseball player

1953-06-21

Charlie Moore, Game 7

1953-12-08

Sam Kinison, Yakima, Washington, screaming comedian and actor (Back to School, Charlie Hoover)

1953-9-01

Colette Bertrand, Charlie's Angels

1953-9-09

Karen Mendelson, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1954-01-30

Geoffrey Ornstein, You Don't Look 40, Charlie Brown!

1954-03-20

Charlie Simmer, Ontario, NHL left winger (LA Kings)

1954-07-18

Franziska Troegner, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1954-09-23

Charlie Barnett, American actor (d. 1996)

1954-9-23

Charlie Barnett, D.C. Cab

1955-02-07

Charlie Puleo, baseball player

1955-02-14

Richard D. Wright, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1955-02-24

Melinda Naud, Charlie's Cherubs/Stalag 3

1955-03-29

Christopher Lawford, actor (Charlie Brent-All My Children)

1955-04-13

Louis Johnson, Charlie Wilson's War

1955-05-18

John Humphreys, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1955-08-09

Charlie Morgan, Quantum of Solace

1955-10-01

Raymond Patterson, Charlie's Angels

1955-10-15

Tanya Roberts, [Leigh], Bronx NY, actress (Charlie's Angels, Sheena)

1955-10-28

Charlie Tammaro, The Squid and the Whale

1956-02-20

Charlie Adler, American voice actor

1956-03-30

Charlie Weis, A Fighting Chance/Explosion at Texas City/Big Man on Campus

1956-04-19

Gary Langan, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1956-07-20

Charlie Magri, world champ flyweight boxer (1983)

1956-07-20

Charlie Magri, The End

1956-07-24

Charlie Crist, I Love You Phillip Morris

1956-08-10

Peter Robbins, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1956-10-04

Charlie Leibrandt, Game 6

1956-12-25

Charlie Lea, 1984 MLB All-Star Game

1957-02-10

Sally Dryer, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

1957-07-29

Charlie Ping, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

1958-02-05

Christopher Shea, You're in Love, Charlie Brown

1958-02-18

Peter Kremer, Die Frau vom Checkpoint Charlie

1958-04-20

Jill Schulz, It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown

1958-07-03

Charlie Higson, King of the Ants

1958-07-15

Jim Wright, Charlie's War

1958-07-28

Jerry Andrews, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1958-10-29

Charlie Brown, Super Bowl XVIII

1958-11-01

Charlie Kaufman, American screenwriter

1958-11-19

Charlie Kaufman, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

1958-12-11

Nikki Sixx, Charlie's Angels

1958-9-01

Joan Pabian, Happy New Year, Charlie Brown

1959-02-04

Pamelyn Ferdin, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1959-06-02

Charlie Huddy, Oshawa, NHL defenseman (Buffalo Sabres)

1959-06-02

Charlie Huddy, The Boys on the Bus

1959-07-12

Charlie Murphy, Night at the Museum

1959-07-12

David Markowitz, Charlie St. Cloud

1959-08-31

Andy Pforsich, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1959-11-07

Teresa Swift, Charlie Wilson's War

1959-11-11

Glenn Gilger, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1959-11-27

Charlie Burchill, Scottish pop guitarist (Simple Minds-Breakfast Club)

1959-11-27

Charlie Burchill, The Siege

1959-9-08

Charlie Trotter, My Best Friend's Wedding

1960-01-26

Charlie Gillingham, American musician (Counting Crows)

1960-05-01

Charlie O'Brien, Chicago White Sox vs. Anaheim Angels

1960-11-03

Charlie Hardwick, Billy Elliot

1960-9-05

Jon van Eerd, De tante van Charlie

1961-03-03

Charlie Hartsock, Crazy, Stupid, Love.

1961-03-15

Charlie Terrell, 3000 Miles to Graceland

1961-04-07

Marco Rima, Ready, Steady, Charlie!

1961-05-01

Charlie O'Brien, Tulsa OK, catcher (Brewers, Mets, Braves, Blue Jays)

1961-05-05

Michael Carrington, Charlie and Lola

1961-07-06

Robin Antin, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1961-12-30

Charlie Nicholas, Gillette Soccer Saturday

1962-03-05

Charlie and Craig Reid, Scottish musicians (The Proclaimers)

1962-03-05

Charlie Reid, Shrek

1962-11-27

Charlie Benante, Bronx NY, rock drummer (Anthrax-Armed & Dangerous)

1963-04-07

McVirn Etienne, Charlie

1963-05-26

Charles Van Eman, Pitts, actor (Charlie-All My Children, Dynasty II)

1963-06-28

Charlie Clouser, Saw II

1963-08-05

Steve Lee, Ready, Steady, Charlie!

1963-11-27

Charlie Benante, Last Action Hero

1964-02-02

Charlie Sciara, Soulless Wonderings

1964-02-12

Ben Sherwood, Charlie St. Cloud

1964-07-22

Adam Godley, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1964-12-29

Scott Smith, Charlie the Ox

1964-9-01

Charlie Robison, ExTerminators

1965-03-05

Pelado, Acústico MTV: Charlie Brown Jr.

1965-05-29

Charlie Hayes, Hattisburg MS, 3rd baseman (Pittsburgh Pirates, NY Yankees)

1965-05-29

Charlie Hayes, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Houston Astros

1965-07-14

Rick Austin, Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen

1965-09-03

Charlie Sheen, [Carlos Estavez], NYC, actor (Wall St, Platoon)

1965-9-03

Charlie Sheen, Wall Street

1965-9-08

Charlie Spickler, Whacked

1966-02-27

Stuart Brotman, Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown

1966-03-03

Arrin Skelley, You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown

1966-04-06

Leo Leoni, Ready, Steady, Charlie!

1966-04-18

Laura Planting, It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown

1966-05-01

Charlie Schlatter, NYC, actor (18 Again, Heartbreak Hotel)

1966-05-01

Charlie Schlatter, 18 Again!

1966-05-09

Charlie Rhindress, Turning Paige

1966-06-29

Shawn Martin, The Unusual Calling of Charlie Christmas

1966-08-10

Charlie Dimmock, Cheer for Charlie: Charlie Goes Latin

1966-11-23

Charlie Grover, musician (Sponge)

1966-9-15

Charlie Gordon, Night Patrol

1967-02-21

Nitin Ganatra, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1967-03-19

Charlie Sara, The San Francisco Dons: The Color of Courage

1967-04-08

Kenneth Charlie Griffith Benjamin, cricketer (WI like his namesake)

1967-06-25

Timothy P. Deal, Charlie and Sadie

1967-07-25

Matt LeBlanc, Charlie's Angels

1967-07-31

Patricia Patts, She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown

1967-11-12

Charlie Pennaelino, Queens NY, rocker (Linear-I Never Felt This Way)

1967-9-21

Faith Hill, Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years

1968-01-16

Stephan Pastis, Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown

1968-04-22

Melissa Strawmyer, Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown

1968-06-10

Charlie Cartaya, Tell Me Something

1968-08-11

Charlie Sexton, rocker (Arc Angels)

1968-08-11

Charlie Sexton, Thelma & Louise

1968-10-18

R. Ellis Frazier, Across the Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright

1968-9-27

Charlie Spradling, The Doors

1968-9-28

Annalisa Bortolin, Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)

1969-03-07

Charlie Vrugitz, Ken

1969-04-01

Charlie Jonsen, Dead Dogs Lie

1969-06-13

Charlie Massó, 12 Hours

1969-06-13

Charlie Rivera, The Naturalist

1969-07-23

Charlie Tollefson, The Hangover

1969-11-02

Fieldy, Charlie's Angels

1969-11-08

Joe Duer, Charlie's Angels

1969-12-21

Charlie Watts, Bent

1969-9-04

Noah Taylor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1969-9-17

Keith Flint, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1970-03-10

Guy Nicolucci, Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen

1970-03-15

Todd Jeffrey, The Night Brings Charlie

1970-04-16

Fran Robinson, California, actress (Lauren-Charlie & Company)

1970-06-05

Kevin Brando, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

1970-06-06

James 'Munky' Shaffer, Charlie's Angels

1970-06-19

Brian 'Head' Welch, Charlie's Angels

1970-08-22

Charlie Connelly, English writer

1970-10-12

Charlie Ward, NBA guard (NY Knicks)/Heisman Trophy winner (1993)

1970-10-12

Charlie Ward,

1970-11-01

Charlie John, Lunch Camp

1970-9-23

Charlie Phillips, Featurette: The Making of Redlight

1971-01-17

Charlie Williams, Ark

1971-03-03

Charlie Brooker, Black Mirror

1971-03-09

Brent Daniels, Charlie's Angels

1971-03-14

Shari Arnold, Charlie

1971-05-23

Charlie Dupont, Comme le temps passe

1971-06-14

William Poulin, Tacklebox Charlie

1971-06-18

Brad Kesten, Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?

1971-09-16

Charlie Fields, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Shannon)

1971-10-08

Kelli Kaye, The Hitmen Diaries: Charlie Valentine

1971-11-01

Jim Fuller, Flowers for Charlie

1971-11-17

Arnaud Lemorillon, The Truth About Charlie

1971-12-04

Melody Beam, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1971-9-04

Charlie Hartfield, Mean Machine

1972-01-07

Luz, Je Suis Charlie

1972-01-26

Cyia Batten, Charlie Wilson's War

1972-02-02

Charlie Williams, NFL safety (Dallas Cowboys)

1972-02-13

Charlie Garner, NFL running back (Philadelphia Eagles)

1972-02-13

Charlie Garner, Super Bowl XXXVII

1972-02-15

Charlie Schroeder, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing

1972-03-13

Leigh-Allyn Baker, Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!

1972-03-24

Charlie Creed-Miles, The Fifth Element

1972-03-27

Charlie Haas, professional wrestler

1972-03-27

Charlie Haas, Episode dated 30 May 2008

1972-09-16

Shalane McCall, actor (Charlie Wade-Dallas)

1972-11-04

Charlie Schlafke, The Finale

1972-12-01

Charlie Jones, wide reciever (San Diego Chargers)

1972-9-21

David Silveria, Charlie's Angels

1973-01-08

Charlie Condou, Charlotte Gray

1973-03-12

Charlie Fuguet, The Matrix Revolutions

1973-04-23

Derek Frey, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1973-04-27

Charlie Sapadin, Episode #3.10

1973-06-21

Gene Siudut, The Ghosts of Ybor: Charlie Wall

1973-07-10

Garry Cooper, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1973-10-21

Charlie Lowell, American Musician

1973-12-29

Charlie Angel, Doggystyle

1973-9-19

Guy Cope, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1974-01-02

Charlie McWade, Road Trip

1974-02-03

Patricio Castillo, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1974-02-04

Alan Connor, Charlie Brooker's 2012 Wipe

1974-03-05

Charlie Grandy, Pilot

1974-04-08

Charlie Luxton, Norfolk

1974-04-24

Amanda Goldberg, Charlie's Angels

1974-05-23

Charlie Yeung, Bangkok Dangerous

1974-08-16

Daniel Pickering, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1974-11-17

Aldo Gonzalez, Charlie Goes Back to Therapy

1974-12-03

Manuel Stagars, Ready, Steady, Charlie!

1974-12-05

Charlie Batch, National Football League quarterback

1974-12-05

Charlie Batch, Episode dated 28 January 2014

1974-12-10

Staci B. Flood, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1975-02-23

Charlie, The Erotic Rites of Countess Dracula

1975-04-21

Charlie O'Connell, Dude, Where's My Car?

1975-07-03

Keri Houlihan, It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown

1975-07-17

Carey Hart, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1975-9-18

Charlie Finn, Super Troopers

1975-9-19

Daniel Eric Gold, Charlie Wilson's War

1976-02-09

Charlie Day, American actor

1976-02-09

Charlie Day, Pacific Rim

1976-03-09

Josh Skye, Charlie St. Cloud

1976-03-16

Natalie Borresen, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1976-03-18

Charlie Miller, Episode #3.10

1976-06-14

Michael Banker, Hello Charlie

1976-08-25

Charlie Myers, Eloise at Christmastime

1976-10-11

Leo Van Der Merwe, Goodtime Charlie

1976-10-21

Jeremy Miller, Happy New Year, Charlie Brown

1976-11-28

John Mark Huckabee, Charlie Muse

1976-9-21

Shelley Conn, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1977-01-25

Jonathon Ragsdale, Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen

1977-08-29

Charlie Pickering, Australian comedian

1977-10-12

Charlie Fonville, Modern Relationships Are Complicated

1977-11-26

Elizabeth Lyn Fraser, Happy New Year, Charlie Brown

1977-12-27

Charlie Jett, Don: Plain & Tall

1977-9-17

Holger Voss, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1978-01-02

Charlie Hurtin, The Wild Man of the Navidad

1978-04-07

Tim Bradford, The Unusual Calling of Charlie Christmas

1978-05-30

Stephen Humby, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1978-06-16

Champignon, Acústico MTV: Charlie Brown Jr.

1978-06-27

Charlie James, My First Sex Teacher 23

1978-07-18

Charlie Haldeman, The Man in the Chair

1978-07-20

Charlie Korsmo, actor (Dick Tracy, What About Bob)

1978-07-20

Charlie Korsmo, Hook

1978-08-08

Mitchell Bisschop, Charlie

1978-10-26

Wynn Everett, Charlie Wilson's War

1978-10-27

Benjamin M. Esterson, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1978-12-13

Charlie Talbert, Bachelor Party Vegas

1978-9-20

Charlie Weber, Gacy

1979-01-22

Melanie Winiger, Ready, Steady, Charlie!

1979-03-24

Jud Tylor, Charlie Wilson's War

1979-04-08

Hubertus Geller, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1979-05-03

Jarred Weisfeld, Charlie Sheen: Hollywood Black Book

1979-05-12

Charlie Herschel, Want to See the Elephant Dung?

1979-07-17

Oliver Pressmar, Charlie & Louise - Das doppelte Lottchen

1979-08-15

Jacki Lynn, Charlie and Sadie

1979-08-22

Charlie Sanders, M. Night Shyamalan Burger

1979-10-27

Wezley Morris, The Charlie Horse Music Pizza

1979-11-01

Charlie Harvey, Dark Corners

1979-11-27

Ricky Carmichael, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1979-9-10

Charlie Brady, Skinny Dipper

1980-02-14

Hilary Angelo, Charlie Wilson's War

1980-04-10

Charlie Hunnam, British actor

1980-04-10

Charlie Hunnam, Pacific Rim

1980-06-25

Tuna Dalkilic, Charlie Thistle

1980-07-03

Gabriel Tigerman, Charlie Wilson's War

1980-08-09

Charlie David, Mulligans

1980-10-28

Charlie Bleakley, Scarfies

1980-11-09

Charlie Pecoraro, The Hold Up

1980-11-20

Andrew Chaplin, Charlie Brooker's 2012 Wipe

1980-12-28

Mikey Granger, The Charlie Da Clown Show

1980-9-03

Charlie Matz, Unthinkable: The Scott Rigsby Story

1980-9-09

Charlie Dimino, Bad Mofos

1981-01-25

Charlie Bewley, Like Crazy

1981-02-03

Charlie Mac, This Is My First...

1981-04-17

Charlie Hofheimer, Black Hawk Down

1981-05-03

Charlie Brooks, Episode dated 25 December 2013

1981-06-06

David Grimes, Life of Charlie

1981-07-09

Dylan Taylor, Charlie Bartlett

1981-07-22

Fritzi Eichhorn, Charlie & Louise - Das doppelte Lottchen

1981-07-22

Floriane Eichhorn, Charlie & Louise - Das doppelte Lottchen

1981-08-13

Sian Welsh, Goodbye Charlie Bright

1981-11-03

Barton Kimball, Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen

1981-12-27

Brandon Michael Vayda, Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah

1981-12-29

Chris Gosselaar, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1981-9-15

Josh Janowicz, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1981-9-23

Janard Cross, The New, True, Charlie Wu

1982-01-20

Charlie Gee, Stingray

1982-02-23

Caroline McFarlane-Watts, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1982-02-24

Charlie Pinto, A Convenient Truth

1982-04-02

Shanti Lowry, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1982-05-25

Ryan Moran, Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen

1982-10-10

John Christian Graas, It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown

1982-12-15

Charlie Cox, English actor

1982-12-15

Charlie Cox, Stardust

1983-07-10

Charlie McDowell, The One I Love

1983-08-09

Charlie Lenormand, Love Me No More

1983-09-19

Charlie Haeger, American baseball player

1983-11-07

Charlie Wade, Episode #1.3

1984-01-16

Athena Zoe Hogue, Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen

1984-01-24

Carly Reeves, Charlie Wilson's War

1984-01-31

Charlie Laine, Bikini Royale

1984-02-20

David Harte, Charlie Casanova

1984-05-02

Charlie Johnson, Super Bowl XLIV

1984-05-04

Charlie Dordevich, 2 Punk Rock 4 This: The Real World San Diego Reunion

1984-06-28

Charlie, I Fucked My Buddy's Daughter 9

1984-07-11

Charlie Nadler, Friends with Benefits

1984-10-20

Charlie Shearholdt, Baby

1984-11-19

Charlie Foerschner, Shame

1985-02-07

Tegan Moss, Charlie St. Cloud

1985-05-15

Charlie Coutrakon, Nobodies

1985-06-07

Charlie Simpson, British pop singer

1985-06-07

Charlie Simpson, Episode #1.122

1985-06-10

Matthew Maude, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1985-08-14

Ian Flaig, Inside Charlie

1985-10-06

Nanna Holm Nielsen, Charlie varieté

1985-11-23

Charlie Piccoli, Closure

1985-9-02

Charlie Accavallo, Boulevard

1986-05-30

Charlie Robson, Hope for the Broken Contender

1986-06-25

Charlie Davies, American soccer player

1986-08-29

Lauren Collins, Charlie Bartlett

1986-10-23

Jay Chew, Charlie & Louise - Das doppelte Lottchen

1986-11-10

Matt Zuena, The Education of Charlie Banks

1987-01-16

Jake Epstein, Charlie Bartlett

1987-03-02

Charlie Neff, Episode dated 19 June 2014

1987-06-05

Charlie Clements, English actor

1987-06-05

Charlie Clements, Episode dated 19 November 2007

1987-10-24

Charlie White, American ice dancer

1987-10-24

Charlie White, Championship: Part 1

1987-12-25

Charlie Buhler, The Great Silence

1988-02-13

Charlie Sporns, Dead Bird Don't Fly

1988-03-20

Grace Sherman, Charlie St. Cloud

1988-04-04

Georgia Jones, Charlie's Girl: Georgia Jones

1988-05-09

Charlie Corella, The Last Rescue

1988-05-23

Charlie Lucas, Tea with Mussolini

1988-06-02

Lauren Schaffel, A Charlie Brown Valentine

1988-07-31

Charlie Carver, Restless Virgins

1988-12-12

Charlie Lowrey, Hate Crime

1989-01-15

Julian Brewster, Remembering Charlie

1989-04-04

Charlie Jones, White Lies

1989-06-16

Matthew Tasetano, The Unusual Calling of Charlie Christmas

1989-08-14

Heather Starlet, Not Charlie's Angels XXX

1989-10-24

Lia Sinchevici, Charlie Countryman

1989-11-07

Ishan Davé, Charlie Bartlett

1989-12-20

Emily Lalande, A Charlie Brown Valentine

1990-04-06

Charlie McDermott, Frozen River

1990-05-19

Charlie Coombes, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

1990-07-12

Brian McNulty, Charlie the Splendid

1990-08-02

Charlie Clark, The Age of Adaline

1990-08-10

Charlie Manning Walker, Massage

1990-08-20

Miles Chalmers, Charlie St. Cloud

1990-10-01

Charlie McDonnell, British YouTube Personality

1990-10-01

Charlie McDonnell, Strangers in a Bed

1990-12-18

Roger Thacher, Charlie

1991-02-14

Charlie G. Hawkins, Shanghai Knights

1991-02-20

Charlie Harper, Halftime Heroes: Coaching Beyond the X's & O's

1991-03-10

Schuyler Helford, Charlie and the Virgin

1991-07-10

Brittany Jorgenson, Charlie

1991-07-10

Sean Alvarez, Charlie

1992-02-11

Blair Dunlop, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1992-02-14

Freddie Highmore, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1992-02-16

Charlie Gustafsson, Boygame

1992-03-08

Charlie Ray, American actress

1992-03-08

Charlie Ray, Little Manhattan

1992-03-11

Charlie Abrahams, Hot Shots! Part Deux

1992-03-31

Joshua Miller, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

1992-04-16

Anton Thompson McCormick, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1992-06-11

Kenan Bateman, Charlie's Scars

1993-01-19

Charlie Trairat, Dorm

1993-02-07

Philip Wiegratz, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1993-03-17

Julia Winter, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1993-04-07

Charlie Marshall, AmeriGeddon

1993-06-07

Jordan Fry, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

1993-07-08

Charlie Glaser, The Apocalypse

1993-07-25

Charlie Bruchez, Episode #2.3

1993-08-16

Izzy Steel, Charlie's War

1993-10-03

Lindsay Fabes, actor (Charlie Winthrop-Another World)

1993-9-03

Nikita Wokurka, Charlie 2

1993-9-09

Charlie Stewart, The Animal

1994-08-07

Kenzie Caplan, Charlie and the Grad Student

1996-04-23

Charlie Rowe, Pirate Radio

1996-06-23

Charlie Jones, British actor

1996-06-23

Charlie Jones, Episode dated 19 July 2007

1996-08-08

Charlie Coyle, The Drift

1996-12-27

Charlie Glossop, Molly Crows

1997-07-26

Charlie Quatrefages, Danger Public

2000-10-06

Amanda Pace, Happiness Is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown

2002-11-28

Charlie Williams, Episode #1.1

2004-10-26

Charlie Behan, Episode #1.2928

2008-9-17

Mia Talerico, Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!

Charlie - Notable Weddings

Charlie ChaplinOct 23, 1918

Patricia NealJul 2, 1953

Charlie WattsOct 14, 1964

Charlie SheenSep 2, 1995

Drew BarrymoreJul 7, 2001

Charlie - Weddings
Date Event
1918-10-23

Actor Charlie Chaplin (29) weds Mildred Harris (17)

1924-11-26

Comic actor Charlie Chaplin (35) weds "The Kid" actress Lita Grey (16) in Mexico

1933-06-01

Charlie Chaplin (44) weds Paulette Goddard (22)

1943-06-16

Actor/comedian Charlie Chaplin (54) marries actress Oona O'Neill (18)

1953-07-02

British writer ("Charlie and the Chocolate Factory") Ronald Dhal marries American actress Patricia Neal

1964-10-14

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts weds Shirley Shepherd

1973-07-28

"Charlie's Angels" actress Farah Fawcett (26) weds "The Six Million Dollar Man" actor Lee Majors (34) at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, California

1976-06-21

Country singer Reba McEntire (21) weds national steer wrestling champion Charlie Battles

1995-09-02

Actor Charlie Sheen (30) weds model Donna Peele (25) in Malibu, California

1997-10-11

"Charlie's Angels" actress Jaclyn Smith (52) weds Chicago heart surgeon Bradley Allen (43) at United Westwood Methodist Church

1999-05-01

"Dixie Chicks" singer Emily Erwin (26) weds singer-songwriter Charlie Robison (34) at Lone Star State in Texas

2001-07-07

"Charlie's Angels" star Drew Barrymore (26) weds actor-comedian Tom Green (29) in Malibu

2002-06-15

Actor Charlie Sheen (36) weds actress Denise Richards (31) under a rose arch dotted by over 1000 blooms in Brentwood, California

2004-07-03

Actress Tori Spelling (31) weds actor-writer Charlie Shanian (35) at her parents 56,000-square foot mansion in Bel Air, California

2008-05-30

Film actor Charlie Sheen (42) weds socialite Brooke Mueller (30) at a private estate in Los Angeles, California

2010-09-25

Charlie Sheen's daughter Cassandra Estevez (25) weds Casey Huffman (27) in Santa Barbara, California

2012-10-20

"Clueless" actress Elisa Donovan (41) weds Charlie Bigelow (36) on a outdoor ceremony on the Vineyard Lawn at The Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, California

Charlie - Notable Divorces

Charlie SheenJan 27, 1997

Charlie - Divorces
Date Event
1997-01-27

"Wall Street" actor Charlie Sheen (31) divorces model Donna Peele after nearly 5 months of getting married

2006-04-20

Actor-writer Charlie Shanian (39) divorces former Beverly Hills, 90210 actress Tori Spelling (32) only 15 months after their lavish $1-million wedding

2010-11-01

Film actor Charlie Sheen (45) divorces socialite Brooke Mueller (33) due to irreconcilable differences after two-and-a-half years of marriage

Charlie - Notable Deaths

Charlie ChaplinDec 25, 1977

Lita GreyDec 29, 1995

Charlie - Deaths
Date Event
1788-01-31

[Bonnie Prince Charlie] Charles E Stuart, English pretender to the throne, dies at 67

1907-06-14

Bob McLeod, cricketer (bro of Charlie, 6 Tests for Aus 1891-93), dies

1917-07-31

Charlie Finlason, cricketer (South Africa's 1st Test), dies

1918-01-28

John McCrae, What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?

1918-05-03

Charlie Soong, Christian Missionary

1918-11-26

Charlie McLeod, cricketer (all-rounder for Australia 1894-1905), dies

1935-01-10

Charlie McGahey, cricket (MCC tour of Aus 1901-02 cured his TB), dies

1935-08-17

Charlie Roellinghoff, Alraune

1936-03-19

John Larkin IV, actor/writer (Charlie Chan in Panama), dies at 63

1940-12-06

Charlie Hime, cricketer (one Test for South Africa 1895), dies

1942-02-10

Felix Powell, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

1942-03-02

Charlie Christian, Focus

1942-12-18

Charlie Walker, cricketer (Aust tourist to England 1930, 1938), dies

1947-02-12

Sidney Toler, actor (Charlie Chan, Dark Alibi), dies at 72

1947-02-12

Sidney Toler, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service

1950-10-17

Gordon Wiles, Charlie Chan's Secret

1951-10-22

Phil Rosen, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service

1952-03-09

Charlie Dudley, Sunrise

1954-06-08

Maurice Cass, Charlie Chan at the Opera

1955-02-04

Annie Mar, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1955-03-12

Charlie "Bird" Parker, US jazz saxophonist, dies at 34 in NYC

1955-03-12

Charlie Parker, Se7en

1955-05-27

Sol Michaels, Charlie Chan at the Opera

1958-01-13

Edna Purviance, actress (Charlie Chaplin, Sunnyside), dies at 61

1958-03-16

Charlie Kunz, Withnail & I

1959-12-07

Charlie Hall, Tit for Tat

1960-01-24

John Miljan, actor (Charlie Chan in Paris, Yankee Clipper), dies at 66

1961-08-08

Charlie Gemora, actor (who portrayed King Kong), dies at 58

1961-11-14

Daniel B. Clark, Charlie Chan in Egypt

1961-12-26

Charlie Frank, cricketer (S Af Test centurion v Aust 1921-22), dies

1962-02-27

Willie Best, actor (Charlie-My Little Margie), dies at 45

1962-08-20

Charles Maxwell, Charlie Chan at the Opera

1964-06-07

Charlie Llewellyn, cricketer (544 runs in 15 Tests for South Africa), dies

1966-09-11

Charlie Cantor, actor (Artie-Ray Bolger Show), dies at 68

1967-02-16

Smiley Burnette, cowboy (Charlie-Petticoat Junction), dies at 55

1969-01-27

Charles Winninger, actor (Charlie Farrell Show), dies at 82

1970-12-23

Charlie Ruggles, actor (Ruggles, Aesop-Bullwinkle Show), dies at 84

1971-07-08

Charlie Shavers, American jazz trumpet player (b. 1920)

1971-11-16

Charlie Dell, comedian, dies at 90

1972-11-10

Charlie Hallows, cricketer (1000 runs-May 1928, 2 Tests for Eng), dies

1972-12-15

Edward Earle, actor (Charlie Chan-Meeting at Midnight), dies at 90

1973-01-24

J Carrol Naish, actor (Charlie Chan-Adv of Charlie Chan), dies at 73

1973-08-09

Charlie Daniels, US swimmer (Olympics-4 gold-1904, 08), dies at 88

1974-09-23

Cliff Arquette, comedian (Charlie Weaver), dies at 68

1976-02-06

Vince Guaraldi, jazz pianist (Charlie Brown TV specials), dies at 43

1976-02-11

Charlie Naughton, actor (Frozen Limits), dies at 89

1977-12-25

Charlie Chaplin, actor/comedian (Modern Times, The Kid), dies in Switzerland at 88

1978-06-17

Cully Richards, actor (Don't Call Me Charlie), dies at 68

1978-09-30

Edgar Bergen, ventriloquist (Charlie McCarthy), dies at 75

1979-09-21

John McQuade, actor (Charlie Wild Private Detective), dies at 73

1979-10-02

Charlie Hickman, The River Line

1979-10-05

Charlie Smith, oldest American (137 year), dies

1980-02-17

Charlie Cairoli, Charlie Cairoli

1980-08-14

Richard Lancaster, Big Time Charlie

1981-01-18

Manuel Perez, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1981-05-30

Charlie Kane, Casey Jones

1982-03-01

Charlie Spivak, Pin Up Girl

1982-08-15

George Brasno, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1982-12-07

Charlie Brooks Jr, convicted murderer became 1st US prisoner to be executed by lethal injection, at a prison in Huntsville, Texas

1983-01-30

Joan Valerie, Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum

1983-02-20

Charlie Bluhdorn, The Godfather: Part III

1983-04-12

Gerard Fairlie, Charlie Chan in Shanghai

1983-04-26

Rocky Gunn, The Return of Charlie Chan

1983-07-26

Charlie Rivel, Akrobat Schööön!

1983-11-15

Charlie Grimm, 1954 MLB All-Star Game

1984-03-18

Charlie Lau, White Sox coach/renowned hitting instructor, dies at 50

1984-05-12

Ben Roberts, Charlie's Angels

1985-02-06

Charlie Briggs, The Beguiled

1985-05-18

Charlie Dugdale, Just One Happy Family

1985-06-14

Bernard Gruver, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1985-08-12

Kyû Sakamoto, Charlie's Angels

1986-02-27

Eugene Forde, Charlie Chan in London

1986-07-25

Vincente Minnelli, director (Gigi, Goodbye Charlie), dies in LA at 76

1987-07-17

Howard McGhee, In memoriam Charlie Parker

1987-08-01

Benson Fong, actress (Charlie Chan, Purple Heart), dies at 70

1987-08-27

Charlie Smalls, The Wiz

1988-02-08

Helen Wood, Charlie Chan at the Race Track

1988-09-12

Charlie Palmieri, Salsa

1988-10-08

Charlie Tanimoto, The Karate Kid, Part II

1988-11-30

Charlie Rouse, The Trials of Cate McCall

1989-01-11

Lillian, Charlie Chan in Paris

1989-01-15

Helen Logan, Charlie Chan's Secret

1990-01-23

Ruth Kissane, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1990-11-13

Charlie Carpenter, dies at 77

1991-01-12

Keye Luke, actor (Charlie Chan's No 1 Son), dies after a stroke at 86

1991-07-30

Charlie Beal, New Orleans

1991-09-04

Charlie Barnet, saxophonist (Cherokee), dies of pneumonia at 77

1991-09-04

Charlie Barnet, Bright and Breezy

1991-11-05

Karl Redcoff, Charlie Harper, Winner

1992-01-03

Anthony Del Casino, band leader (Charlie Barnet Band), dies at 79

1992-01-17

Charlie Ventura, jazz sax (Bop for the people), dies at 75 of cancer

1992-01-17

Charlie Ventura,

1992-03-03

Sally Home, Charlie Was My Darling

1992-05-27

Uncle Charlie Osborne, American fiddler (b. 1890)

1992-07-18

Eugene Hoo, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1992-10-15

Charlie Williams, Walk the Line

1993-01-21

Charlie Gehringer, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1993-01-22

Charlie Gehringer, baseball player, dies at 89

1994-01-23

Suzanne M Blum, French lawyer (Charlie Chaplin), dies at 95

1994-03-10

Reuben Timmins, A Charlie Brown Christmas

1994-03-11

Charlie Bivins, Buffalo Bills vs. Boston Patriots

1995-04-27

Katherine DeMille, Charlie Chan at the Olympics

1995-07-25

Charlie Rich, country singer (Lonely Weekends), dies at 62

1995-07-25

Charlie Rich, Wild

1995-08-01

Phyllis Brooks, Charlie Chan in Honolulu

1995-12-21

Charlie Tumahai, Once Were Warriors

1995-12-29

Lita Grey, second wife of Charlie Chaplin, dies of cancer at 87

1996-02-08

Charlie Lea, Episode #1.6

1996-02-09

Vincente Cadiente, Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen

1996-02-13

Charlie Conerly, Episode dated 13 December 1959

1996-03-16

Charlie Barnett, American actor (b. 1954)

1996-03-16

Charlie Barnett, D.C. Cab

1996-11-13

June Gale, Charlie Chan at Treasure Island

1996-11-18

Charlie Neal, Game 6

1997-01-06

Regina Rambeau, Charlie Chan in Shanghai

1997-01-16

Charlie Alfred Galbraith, jazz trombonist, dies at 76

1997-02-08

Drue Leyton, Charlie Chan in London

1997-02-26

David Doyle, actor (Charlie's Angels), dies at 67

1997-06-26

Charlie Chester, Episode #7.10

1998-01-25

Olive Brasno, Charlie Chan at the Circus

1998-08-29

Charlie Feathers, Kill Bill: Vol. 1

1999-01-12

Charlie Skeen, The Hidden

1999-03-08

Frank Dong, Charlie Chan's Greatest Case

1999-09-09

Chan Parker, American author; wife of Charlie Parker and Phil Woods (b. 1925)

1999-09-23

Ivan Goff, Charlie's Angels

1999-10-18

Gwen Kenyon, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service

1999-11-30

Charlie Byrd, American jazz guitarist (b. 1925)

1999-11-30

Charlie Byrd, Whatever Works

2000-02-12

Charles M. Schulz, A Charlie Brown Christmas

2001-10-29

Joan Pabian, Happy New Year, Charlie Brown

2001-11-17

Jerry Jerome, Charlie Chan's Courage

2002-05-25

Pat Coombs, Get Charlie Tully

2002-11-29

Jack Speirs, Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar

2003-02-04

Charlie Biddle, Canadian jazz bassist (b. 1926)

2003-03-26

Shia Jung, Charlie Chan at the Circus

2003-06-19

Maxine Reiner, Charlie Chan at the Circus

2003-09-09

Charlie Harris, An Evening with Nat King Cole

2003-11-15

Speedy West, Charlie Wilson's War

2004-02-16

Charlie Fox, 1972 MLB All-Star Game

2004-11-03

Charlie Campbell, Army of Darkness

2004-12-17

Dick Heckstall-Smith, Charlie's Angels

2005-01-17

Charlie Bell, Australian fast food executive (b. 1960)

2005-07-28

Charlie Rasher, Trading Places

2005-08-12

Charlie Norman, Episode #1.17

2005-09-03

Edward Hepple, A Candle for Charlie

2005-12-05

Charles McElmurry, A Boy Named Charlie Brown

2006-01-05

Hugh McLauchlan, The Moon Shines Bright on Charlie Endell

2006-02-25

Charlie Wayman, English footballer (b. 1922)

2006-03-03

Charlie Hodge, Elvis: That's the Way It Is

2006-06-23

Aaron Spelling, Charlie's Angels

2006-08-30

Charlie Wagner, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2006-09-02

Charlie Williams, Episode #5.29

2006-12-23

Charlie Drake, English comedian (b. 1925)

2006-12-23

Charlie Drake, I Just Don't Want to Get Involved

2007-02-13

Charlie Norwood, American politician (b. 1941)

2007-02-13

Charlie Norwood, Episode dated 21 May 2006

2007-05-08

Charlie Smithers, A Little of What You Fancy

2007-08-16

Aarno Walli, In memoriam Charlie Parker

2007-09-08

Charlie Parlato, The Lawrence Welk Show

2007-10-28

Florence Ung, Charlie Chan at the Circus

2007-10-29

David Morris, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

2008-04-06

Jacques Berthier, Colorado Charlie

2008-06-12

Charlie Jones, Without Limits

2008-09-02

Bill Melendez, A Charlie Brown Christmas

2008-09-10

Bob Winquist, Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown

2008-09-12

Charlie Walker, Sweet Dreams

2008-09-18

Leo de Berardinis, A Charlie Parker

2008-11-01

Richard D. Wright, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

2009-02-17

Ron Brown, Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar

2009-03-19

Edward Trevor, Charlie Chan's Secret

2009-06-16

Charlie Mariano, Steppenwolf

2009-09-13

Dallas Mitchell, Charlie X

2009-11-15

David Dong, Charlie Chan's Greatest Case

2009-12-15

Charlie Hayward, The Giving Tree

2010-02-10

Charlie Wilson, The Making of 'Charlie Wilson's War'

2010-03-17

Charlie Gillett, British musicologist and radio presenter (b. 1942)

2010-03-17

Charlie Gillett, Mr. Bean's Holiday

2010-04-01

John Forsythe, Charlie's Angels

2010-08-08

Charlie Davao, Women in Cages

2010-08-19

Christopher Shea, You're in Love, Charlie Brown

2010-09-28

Khin-Kyaw Maung, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

2010-10-05

Steve Lee, Ready, Steady, Charlie!

2010-11-01

Charlie O'Donnell, American television announcer (b. 1932)

2010-11-01

Charlie O'Donnell, Press Your Luck

2010-12-30

Thomas Funck, Charlie Strapp and Froggy Ball Flying High

2011-01-26

Charlie Louvin, American musician (b. 1927)

2011-01-26

Charlie Louvin, Temple Grandin

2011-01-27

Charlie Callas, High Anxiety

2011-01-29

Stuart Brotman, Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown

2011-07-01

Charlie Craig, Human Trials

2011-08-07

Charlie Bauer, Lumière noire

2011-08-12

Faye Lee, Charlie Chan at the Circus

2011-09-01

Cobina Wright, Charlie Chan in Rio

2011-11-11

Charlie Lea, 1984 MLB All-Star Game

2012-02-12

David Kelly, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

2012-03-08

Charlie Hoag, Dean Smith

2012-09-10

Charlie Cullin, The Silence of Cricket Coogler

2012-11-01

Charlie Bellante, 'Kukan': The Battle Cry of China

2013-09-09

Champignon, Acústico MTV: Charlie Brown Jr.

2013-09-14

Jim Fuller, Flowers for Charlie

2013-11-05

Charlie Trotter, My Best Friend's Wedding

2013-12-30

Charlie Hill, The Big Show

2014-02-13

Charlie Tammaro, The Squid and the Whale

2014-07-11

Charlie Haden, Gattaca

2014-12-07

Charlie Flowers, 1961 AFL Championship Game

2015-02-03

Charlie Sifford, Say It Loud

2015-02-15

Eileen Essell, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

2015-04-03

Charlie Sumner,

2015-05-21

Louis Johnson, Charlie Wilson's War

2015-07-02

Charlie Sanders, Dick Butkus

2015-08-30

Charlie Carlson, Henry Blackhart Is Dead!

2015-11-09

Patsy Cline's widower, Charlie Dick, dead at 81

2017-04-13

Comedian Charlie Murphy dies from leukemia aged 57

2017-04-24

Charlie Murphy, Chappelle's Show star, dies aged 57

2018-03-18

Charlie Quintana, drummer for the Plugz and Social Distortion, dies at 56


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