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|"Hale makes an impression" THE STAGE "Charlie
Hale made one of the most bizarre starts to an act I've ever seen, arriving
in a dummy mask, He had the full measure of his audience and soon had
them eating out of his hand....In addition to being a good gag teller
he's got a fair old line in impressions - Nelson Mandela, Chris Eubank,
Mike Tyson and that was barely half of it. The audience loved him"
"A Cavalcade of Comics" THE STAGE "working his act from a large Punch & Judy type screen on stage, this talented and very imaginative entertainer brings a new and hilarious comedy idea in presentation. Following a good line in patter, he continued with tremendously funny send up impressions highlighted by an unbelievable interview - Brian Walden meets Bernard Manning! He ended his act with a series of masks and puppets over the top of the screen, all complete with highly comical storylines which had us falling about with laughter".
Since gaining the coveted "Liverpool Comedian of the Year" award in 1990, Charlie has gone from strength to strength,working the length and breadth of the country,including visits to Northern Ireland, Germany,and Spain. His qualities as a stand up comic were showcased in 1992 when Granada TV brought 'The Comedians' back, but his real talents lie in his comedy impressions of politicians, soap stars, pop stars and sportsmen, in particular his superb send up of Chris Eubank, equalled only by Chris himself! Charlie's sheer brilliance has lead to various. TV shows for 1995 including his own ½ hour show on Sky One (15 July 1995)
Charlie's act has already taken the cabaret world by storm and coupled
with his own sporting background ( He is an ex boxer and pro footballer,)
he has proved a huge success on the After Dinner market. Charlie's flexibility
allows him to entertain at the smallest children's party right up to
any type of adult audience, and is also available for any acting work
that should come along.
Charlie was regular comic on the BBC2 programme A-Force and he wrote
one episode of the regular topical feature called "Blouse And skirt".