Charles Everett

Actor & TV Host


Nice guy with an edge. Bad boy with a sensitive side. Geek with a little bit of swagger. Before Charles Everett was bringing characters like this to life, he was a kid growing up in southeastern Connecticut with a mom who was obsessed with theatre. This led to young Charles performing in musicals like The King and I and Finian’s Rainbow before he hit his teens. A natural performer, Charles took to music as well - fronting rock bands and rap groups throughout his high school and college years. By the time he moved to New York in his mid twenties, Charles was ready to take the music industry by storm; but a chance encounter with an agent inspired him to give acting a real shot. He underwent conservatory training at Maggie Flanigan Studio and became a member of Barefoot Theatre Company. Since then it’s been Off-Broadway plays, indie films, network television guest spots, video games, commercials, voiceovers, and a stint as a host on a launched-from-scratch and now defunct cable network. Then came the role of his life: portraying Martin Luther King, Jr. in a production of The Mountaintop, which was directed by none other than his (still) theatre-obsessed mom. What’s next for Charles Everett? We can’t say. But so far it’s been a pretty amazing journey.


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