Charlie

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Charlie (given name) is a common nickname for Charles and less commonly for Charlotte or Charlene.

Charlie may also refer to:

In entertainment[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Charlie (band), a British rock band in the 1970s and 1980s
  • Charlie (Singer), Hungarian rock and soul singer.
  • "Charlie" (song), a 2006 song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • Charlie (album), a 1998 album by the band Melt-Banana
  • "Charlie M", a song by the Art Ensemble of Chicago from the album Full Force
  • "M.T.A." or "Charlie on the MTA", a song recorded in 1959 by The Kingston Trio
  • "Charlie", a song by Miranda Cosgrove featured in her debut album Sparks Fly
  • "Charlie, Charlie", a song by Swedish singer Nina Persson (The Cardigans) recorded as part of her solo project A camp, adapted and popularised by polish singer Ania Dabrowska
  • Charlie Scene, lead rapper of Hollywood Undead

Television[edit]

  • Charlie's Angels, an American television series from 1976 to 1981
  • "Charlie X", a 1966 episode of the original Star Trek television series
  • "Charlie Pace", character of the TV show Lost
  • Charlie, a 2004 episode of the television series The Mighty Boosh
  • Good Luck Charlie a Disney Channel sitcom starring Bridget Mendler that was launched in 2010
  • "Charlie Anteby", Popular Jewish Talk Show Host, of the webcast phenomenon Charlie in the Mornings Show and Chairman of the website, www.MellowMall.com

Other[edit]

  • Charlie Dog, Chuck Jones' late 1940s cartoon character
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a 1964 series of novels and films
  • Charlie M, a 1977 spy thriller novel by Brian Freemantle
  • Charlie, an upcoming Disney film from the creators of The Jungle Book and Aladdin
  • Charlie B. Barkin, the main character from the Don Bluth film All Dogs Go to Heaven

Other uses[edit]

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