Charlie Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin

Born: April 16, 1889

Died: December 25, 1977

Nationality: English

Occupation: Actor

Biography: Sir Charles Spencer Charlie Chaplin was an English comic actor, film director and composer best known for his work during the silent film era. He became the most famous film star in the world before the end of World War I.

Source/Notes: As quoted in: "Get Ready, Get Set: Prepare to Make Psychotherapy a Successful Experience for You" by Harvey L. Saxton, University Press of America, 1993, p. 146 - ISBN: 9780819191915
Source/Notes: Earliest occurrence without attribution was found in: The Journal of Mental Science, Volume 66 (1920), p. 236
Source/Notes: As quoted in "Shooting Stars: Drugs, Hollywood and the Movies" (Serpent's Tail Limited, 2005), p. 193

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Source/Notes: Chaplin: the dictator and the tramp (2004 edition), British Film Inst
Source/Notes: As quoted in "Remembering Charlie: the story of a friendship" by Jerry Epstein, Clio Press, 1989 - ISBN: 9781850893516

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Source/Notes: As quoted in The Observer [London] (28 September, 1952)