|Occupation:||Soap Opera Actor|
|Birth Day:||January 8, 1973|
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Best known for playing sonographer Marcus Dent on the series Coronation Street.
Charlie Condou's acting career began with the 1985 TV movie The Key to Rebecca at age 12.
Condou's acting career began in the 1985 American television Movie, The Key to Rebecca as Billy Vandam. Billy is the young son of the main character William, played by Cliff Robertson. He then appeared in the 1985 movie Exploits at West Poley at the age of twelve. His television career continued throughout his teens with appearances in the shows Robin of Sherwood and A Sense of Guilt. In 1988, Condou appeared in the television movie Every Breath You Take as a thirteen year old chorister. He worked with actress Connie Booth, who played his on-screen mother in the movie. He went onto secure the role of Stuart Wolvis in the six part British comedy drama series The Wolvis Family. The show focuses on the Wolvis' family issues, with Stuart being the problematic teenager of the family. He continued in his twenties, playing a variety of roles in series like Martin Chuzzlewit, Pie in the Sky, The Bill, Peak Practice, Urban Gothic, The Infinite Worlds of H. G. Wells and Midsomer Murders. Other roles included a guest appearances as Nino in television series Gimme, Gimme, Gimme alongside Kathy Burke, and Giles in the film Dead Babies. He then played the role of Auguste in the 2001 thriller film Charlotte Gray alongside Cate Blanchett.
In 2005, the actor played editor Jonatton Yeah? in Channel 4 sitcom Nathan Barley. In 2006, Condou appeared as Renoir in the BBC drama The Impressionists. He had a cameo role as an elf in the film Fred Claus. In 2007, Condou joined the cast of the British soap opera Coronation Street, playing Marcus Dent. In 2008 he left the show and stated that "I have had a fantastic time in Coronation Street, but as a jobbing actor I believe it is time to move on." A publicist from the show added "we'll be sad to see Charlie leave." At the time, Condou indicated that "there are a few things in the pipeline, one of which is a feature film which is being made abroad. But all that's under wraps at the moment." This film turned out to be Good, released later that year.
In 2013, it was announced that Condou would be leaving Coronation Street the following year. In September 2014, he took the lead role of Adam in the West End production of "Next Fall". From September to December 2016, he took part in the UK tour of The Rocky Horror Show. In February 2017, Condou played Reverend Hale in the UK tour of Arthur Miller's play The Crucible. That year, he was cast in the role of Simon Osborne in the second series of the ITV drama Unforgotten.
Condou has been listed on LGBT influence lists and polls during his career. He was listed at number fifteen in the World Pride Power List 2012 and rose to number eleven on the 2013 list. Additionally he was placed eighth on The Independent's Pink Power list 2011 and forty-second on the Pride Power List of 2011. He is a patron of the charities Diversity Role Models and the Albert Kennedy Trust, and has volunteered for the Terrence Higgins Trust. Condou has also worked with Stonewall on fundraisers. In October 2012, he was named in the British gay publication, Attitude, as the magazine's "Man of the Year" at the inaugural Attitude awards and appeared on the cover of the November 2012 issue. In 2014 he was nominated for the "Advocate for change" award at the GLAAD awards in Los Angeles.
Condou has also been an advocate for LGBT families. In 2013, he set up the company, Out With the Family, which puts on events for LGBT families. In 2016, Condou wrote the introduction for Eric Rosswood's Journey to Same-Sex Parenthood: Firsthand Advice, Tips and Stories from Lesbian and Gay Couples. In December 2019, Condou spoke at a seminar focusing on "non-traditional families".
In August 2014, Condou was one of 200 public figures who were signatories to a letter to The Guardian opposing Scottish independence in the run-up to September's referendum on that issue.
Condou is openly gay, and married his long-term Canadian boyfriend Cameron Laux on 8 June 2015. He lives in Islington with his husband and his children, Georgia and Hal, who split their time between him and their mother, the actress Catherine Kanter. Condou and Kanter first met in 1998 and made a mutual agreement between each other that they would have a child if she was still single at the age of forty. In a number of interviews, Condou has revealed that the children were conceived through IVF treatment, following Kanter's fortieth birthday and relationship breakup. From October 2011 until July 2012, he wrote a column for The Guardian newspaper on the subject of same-sex parenting.
Condou supported the UK remaining a member of the European Union in the 2016 EU referendum.
In 2019, Condou joined the cast of Holby City in a guest role, playing doctor Ben Sherwood.
Charlie Condou is gay and is known to have dated a Canadian man named Cameron Laux.
Currently, Charlie Condou is 48 years, 8 months and 12 days old. Charlie Condou will celebrate 49th birthday on a Saturday 8th of January 2022. Below we countdown to Charlie Condou upcoming birthday.