Charlie Chaplin.

Charlie Chaplin

Sir Charlie Chaplin was an English actor, comedian, writer, director, producer and composer who began his career as a music hall entertainer before travelling to the US with the Fred Karno company. There, he found significant, international success as an early silent film star, usually playing his comic "Tramp" character. He worked at various film studios throughout his career, eventually forming United Artists with a number of other stars of the day.

Title
Sir Charlie Chaplin
Full name
Charles Spencer Chaplin
Gender
Male

Awards

  • BAFTA Film Awards 1976 - BAFTA Fellowship: Winner
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1973 - Best Original Score: Nominee (Limelight (Charlie Chaplin))
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1972 - Honorary Award: Winner
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1948 - Best Original Screenplay: Nominee (Monsieur Verdoux (written by Charlie Chaplin))
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1941 - Best Original Screenplay: Nominee
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1941 - Best Picture: Nominee (The Great Dictator (by and starring Charlie Chaplin))
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1941 - Best Actor: Nominee
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1929 - Honorary Award: Winner
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1929 - Best Directing (Comedy Picture): Nominee
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1929 - Best Actor: Nominee
  • Academy Awards (Oscars) 1929 - Best Story: Nominee
Born
Tuesday 16th April 1889
Died
Sunday 25th December 1977 (aged 88)

Credits

Year Production Role
2020 Comedy Legends - Series 3
  1. E1 - Charlie Chaplin
Self (Archive Material)
2018 Great Lives - Charlie Chaplin Self (Archive Material)
2015 Perspectives: In Charlie Chaplin's Footsteps With Terry Jones Self (Archive Material)

Non-comedy TV and film credits might be found here:
Charlie Chaplin on IMDb

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