BIOGRAPHY

British born Charles not only shares the same name as the Prince of Wales but he is also similar in stature and height. His attention to detail in clothing and mannerisms makes Charles's performance of HRH very believable.

Exchange the suit for a waiter's jacket, add a moustache and he becomes the supreme double of Manuel from Fawlty Towers, misunderstanding English and creating comedy situations involving the Siberian Hamster!

Change the moustache and replace the waiter's jacket with the trademark hat and coat, he becomes a highly adept impersonator of Peter Sellers as "Inspector Clouseau." Good enough to be included in the book "Sellers on Sellers" by Mike Sellers and Gary Morcambe.

Charles's vocal mimicry complements his visual detail to all characters. His comic brain and comedic antics makes the characters work in any given situation.


Charles is available for:
Corporate functions Receptions, Weddings, Promotions, Product launches, Conferences (in UK and abroad), Voice overs, Advertising, Commercials, Films and Television appearances. All media work.


Television appearances include:

BBC1, BBC2, LWT,C4, Carlton Germany, Hong Kong and Spain. GMTV, Loraine Kelly Live, The Big Breakfast, Blue Peter.
Prince Charles's 50th Birthday Celebrations filmed at The Lyceum Theatre, London.


Famous people Charles has worked with include:

Prince Charles, Sir Peter Ustinov, Roger Moore, Stephen Fry, Joan Collins, Gerry Halliwell, Caprice, Victoria Wood, Norman Wisdom, Andrew Sachs, Barry Cryer and Bobby Davro.


Press coverage includes:
Daily Telegraph, The Independent, Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, The Star, various regional newspapers when covering local events and promotions.


Client list includes:
BZW, Price Coopers Waterhouse, KPMG, Alcatel, Fedex, Cartier, Choice Hotels, Mercedes Benz, Renault Trucks, Range Rover, McLlaren.