Charlie Barnett (actor)
|Born||February 4, 1988|
|Alma mater||Juilliard School|
|Home town||Sarasota, Florida, U.S.|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
Charlie Barnett (born February 4, 1988) is an American actor from Sarasota, Florida. He starred as Peter Mills, a firefighter/paramedic on the NBC drama Chicago Fire from 2012 to 2015. Currently, he stars as Alan Zaveri on the Netflix comedy series Russian Doll. He has an upcoming role as Gabe in the Netflix thriller series You.
Barnett and his sister were adopted; his adoptive mother is from Utah and is of Swedish descent, while his adoptive father is a boat builder from Minnesota. He was raised on a sailboat in Florida until he was seven. He discovered theatre when he was six years old, and performed in many operas and musicals. Barnett is a graduate from Booker High School. He participated in the Carnegie Mellon Musical Theater Summer Program.
Barnett is a graduate of the Juilliard School drama program, class of 2010. He enjoys sailing and classic cars. While pursuing his career, Barnett has lived in New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago. During filming for Chicago Fire, Barnett lived with co-stars Joe Minoso and Yuri Sardarov. He is a White Sox and Chicago Bears fan.
In 2018, Barnett was cast in the main role of Alan Zaveri on the Netflix comedy series Russian Doll. In the same year, Barnett was cast in the main role of Ben Marshall on the Netflix miniseries, Tales of the City.
|2006||Circus Island||Billy Robarts|
|2011||Private Romeo||Ken Lee / Prince Escalus|
|2013||The Happy Sad||Aaron|
|2010||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Chuck Mills||Episode: "Gray"|
|2011||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Dr. Sam Harris||Episode: "Cadaver"|
|2012–2015||Chicago Fire||Peter Mills||Main cast: 66 episodes/guest star: 4 episodes|
|2016||Secrets and Lies||Patrick Warner||Main cast|
|2017||Orange Is the New Black||Wes Driscoll||Episode: "The Reverse Midas Touch"|
|2017–2018||Valor||Ian Porter||Main cast|
|2019||Russian Doll||Alan Zaveri||Main cast|
|Tales of the City||Ben Marshall||Main cast|
|You||Gabe||Recurring role (Season 2)|
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