Facts About Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin have taken breaths around:349,844,400 breaths of air
Charlie Chaplin have spent time for eating & drinking around:43.5 months eating and drinking
Charlie Chaplin heart has beaten around:3,358,506,240 times
Charlie Chaplin have eaten around:63.9 tons of food
Charlie Chaplin have slept around:29.3 years sleeping
Charlie Chaplin have laughed around:323,930 times
Charlie Chaplin was one of the most famous and one of the most prominent comedians of all time famous for his large number of roles in black-and-white movies. Born Charles Spencer Chaplin in 1889 in South London, he grew up in poverty and coping with the mental problems of his mother. Acting on stage was his only salvation and little Charlie started appearing in the theater of his secondary school. When he was 14 he gave up school and began working as a freelance worker but ended up in signing with an acting agency in London but shortly after moved to the US. In the beginning, he was engaged in various vaudeville-like plays but later on got focused on physical comedy which he turned out to have an incredible talent to. His cinema debut took place in the mid-1910s and a decade later Charlie Chaplin was among the most known comedy actors. For his lifetime career, Chaplin played in over 5 dozens of movies and was the one who promoted the cinema industry during the times of its initial development. Charlie Chaplin is also known as the movie director, with his best movies being "A Kid", "The Gold Rush", "The Great Dictator", "City Lights", "Limelight", "A King of New York", and others. He was granted the title of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and was also the winner of 3 Academy Awards. Chaplin passed away in 1977 from a stroke, at the age of 88.