Famous People Named Charlie
Take a look at famous people named Charlie, such as Charlie Chaplin, Charlie Sheen, and Charlie Parker.
Talk Show Host, Television Producer, Journalist / 1942 -
Charlie Rose is an American journalist who hosts the PBS interview show Charlie Rose. He has also held prominent broadcast roles at NBC and CBS.
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profile name: Charlie Chaplin profile occupation: Comedian
profile id: 9481297
profile name: Charlie Sheen profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor
profile id: 9433413
profile name: Charlie Parker profile occupation: Songwriter, Saxophonist
profile id: 9542551
profile name: Charlie Rose profile occupation: Talk Show Host, Television Producer, Journalist
profile id: 454722
profile name: Charlie Watts profile occupation: Drummer
profile id: 259665
profile name: Charlie Wilson profile occupation: Military Leader, U.S. Representative, Spy
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