Died: 7 December 1959, North Hollywood, California, USA
Most notable as a foil for Laurel and Hardy in many of their films.
Charlie Hall stood at 5'3" tall. After working as a carpenter for a few years in England, Charlie joined Fred Karno's troup presumably as a stage technician, but did not leave Britain when the company toured America. He chanced upon acting when visiting his sister in the States in 1915 where he met comedian Bobby Dunn.
Monkey Business (1926) as Balloon vender
Two Tars (1928) as Shopkeeper (uncredited)
Skirt Shy (1929) as Postman (uncredited)
Them Thar Hills (1934) as Mr. Hall (Credited as Charley Hall)
Tit for Tat (1935) as Mr. Hall, grocer (Credited as Charley Hall)
Five Came Back (1939) as Airport worker (uncredited)
Millionaires in Prison (1940) as Prisoner heckling new arrivals in posh English accent (uncredited)
Mexican Spitfire's Baby (1941) as Waiter with anniversary cake (uncredited)
The Falcon Takes Over (1942) as Louie a Swan Club waiter (uncredited)
The Big Street (1942) as Caviar waiter in New York (uncredited)