Charlie Bouguenon

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Charlie Bouguenon. (19**-) is an actor, singer, dancer and musician.


He started his performance journey at an early age. With his father and grandfather being classical musicians, it came as no surprise when he started with i violin and music theory at the age of four and later turned to acting.



He studied drama at the University of Pretoria and holds a teacher's diploma in Latin American and ballroom dance, and a certificate in stage combat.


Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

His screen eperience includes roles in Angus Buchan's Ordinary People, It's for Life (a local ' sitcom); Strike Back 2 for HBO; Binnelanders; 7de Laan; Scandal; Jozi Streets; Egoli; projects for the 46664 Foundation; and various commercials.

Some of his theatre credits include Fame - the Musical, three Janice Honeyman pantomimes, Paul Slabolepszy's adult pantomime Rotten Hood; Thoroughly Modern Millie and Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story. He starred as Dr Frank-N-Furter in a national tour of The Rocky Horror Show and also toured New Zealand and Hong Kong with an international production of Grease.

He had a role in Somewhere on the Border (as conscript Bombardier Kotze), 2011-2012.

He also wrote and performed his one-man show Emphasis on Hopeless, which he plans to tour in the future.

Awards, etc


Pretoria News, 5 September 2003.

The Star, 10 January 2012.

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