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About Charlie

Charlie is a multi-award-winning director, producer and creative visionary. Over the past 25 years he has produced numerous TV shows and live events for major broadcasters on both sides of the Atlantic, including the BBC, Channel 4, NBC, and Discovery. His impressive list of credits includes the BAFTA award-winning Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, RTS award-winning The Hotel Inspector, and a host of other hit series, from Ibiza Weekender and the RTS Award-winning Pineapple Dance Studios, to celebrity winter sports contest, The Jump. 

 

Throughout his career, Charlie has had the privilege of collaborating with a who’s who of A-list talent - names like Morgan Freeman, Ricky Gervais, Lewis Hamilton, and Lady Gaga, to name a few. 

 

In 2017 Charlie took the bold step of moving exclusively into esports and live event production. His work on The League of Legends World Championship Finals has since earned him two Emmy awards, a testament to his singular talent and immense dedication to the craft.

Background

Charlie was born and raised in Highbury, North London, and spent his early years surviving life on the notorious Marquess Estate. A fifteen year-old drop out, he quit school in 1992 to pursue a career as a rave promoter and drum & bass DJ, earning mediocre success and a permanent case of tinutus.  Five years (and many a late night) later, he landed his first role in production on a show called Robot Wars.; a job which mainly consisted of lighting cigarettes for his childhood idol, Craig Charles.  Needless to say, he hasn't looked back since. 

These days Charlie can be found living in Devon with his wife Jo and thier children, Alfie and Florence. He remains an avid collector of old-school vinyl and lifelong supporter of his boyhood football club, Arsenal FC. 

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