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In February of 1999, he appeared in his first major role as Nathan Maloney, the adorable and love sick 15 year-old gay teenager on Channel Four’s “Queer As Folk”.
As a known 19 year-old actor in England, he relocated to Los Angeles, California to follow his dream of being a successful actor.
His co-stars, whom he counts among his friends today, included Anne Hathaway and Jamie Bell.
He then went on to star in Judd Apatow’s short-lived, 17 episode FOX series “Undeclared” as the aspiring thespian and campus lothario, Lloyd Haythe.
Este pánico proviene de su infancia cuando circulaba un parásito entre los perros del norte de Inglaterra que, si lo ingerías, te podía dejar ciego. Hoy, por lo tanto, no es un buen día para ser Maggie Siff, la actriz que más veces debe haber besado a Hunnam, ni que sea porque era su pareja en Sons of anarchy y juntos tenían el deber de incendiar la pantalla con su química.
”Como estoy muy comprometido en una relación, soy muy consciente que no es la parte favorita de mi trabajo para mi mujer”, reconoce en una entrevista a la revista Elle el actor también conocido por Pacific Rim de Guillermo del Toro.
He then made his return to the United Kingdom in 2005 to take the lead role as ‘Pete Dunham’ in “Green Street Hooligans” where he took on the difficult task of delivering a Cockney accent, which earned many jeers from movie critics.
He portrayed the character of ‘Patric’, a member of The Fishes, a militant immigrants' rights group, in the 2006 release of “Children of Men”, starring Clive Owen and Julianne Moore.
In October of 2002, Charlie appeared in the movie, “Abandon”, along side of Katie Holmes and Benjamin Bratt, playing the handsome and elusive Embry Larkin.
Shortly thereafter, he played the lead in United Artists’ adaptation of “Nicholas Nickleby”, released in December of 2002 and nominated for a Golden Globe.
He was cast in his first role, as Jason, for three episodes, in August of 1998.