Charlie Clements | Love Story
**Words cannot express how grateful I am to have had the honour of having such a wonderful inspiration in my life. I wouldn't be where I am today without him. I am forever grateful. ** Charlie Clements - an inspiration to many, he is truly phenomenal in each and every way. Charlie Clements began his television acting career in mid 2005 when he made his debut in the ITV police drama 'The Bill' playing character Adrian Bickman in episode 329. Following this, in November 2005, it was announced that Charlie was cast in the BBC British soap opera, EastEnders and was to join the soap playing young Bradley Branning. Charlie made his debut as the sweet, and lovable Bradley on Tuesday 24th January 2006. Over the course of the next four years, Charlie undoubtedly won the hearts of the nation and a national sweetheart was born. In November 2009 it was announced that Charlie would leave EastEnders in early 2010, of course Charlie's character, Bradley was destined to go out with a bang, and definitely an exit that would go down in history in more ways than one! Friday 19th February 2010 arrived and it came for Charlie's time to leave, but this was an exit that was particularly memorable because it coincided with EastEnders' 25th anniversary live episode, the first of its kind, and of course Charlie shined like the true star that he is and gave a completely mesmerising, heart wrenching performance that broke the hearts of the nation, but at the same time highlighted his true acting abilities, Charlie has phenomenal talents that are so rare, a gentleman like himself is a rarity. Since leaving EastEnders, Charlie embarked on a nationwide tour of Dickens' 'The Haunting', touring the length and breadth of the UK. Following this, Charlie appeared in a short film named 'Coward', directed by David Roddham. Charlie played the part of 'Skinner'. 'Coward' became a #1 staff pick on Vimeo. In the summer of 2012, Charlie appeared in the revival of Meredith Oaks' 'Faith' at The Courtyard Theatre, Hoxton, London, playing Sgt Mick Pike. On Wednesday 28th November 2012, Charlie appeared in the ITV drama, 'Crime Stories' playing the role of Nick Johnson. In summer 2013, Charlie played the role of Nathan in a short film named 'Falling Apart', going on to win 2nd place at the London sci-fi film festival. On the 26th October 2013, Charlie appeared in the BBC medical drama Casualty, playing young Jake O’Reilly. In October 2014, it was revealed that Charlie would be appearing as 'Charlie Brackenreid' in CBC's 'Murdoch Mysteries'. Charlie appeared as 'Charlie Brackenreid' on Monday 27th April 2015. In October 2014, Charlie graduated from RADA with a masters, he also appeared in 'The Raft Of Medusa' whilst at RADA. In March 2015, Charlie portrayed 'Ray' in 'Lone Star' a theatre production staged by Lunchtime Theatre London. In autumn 2015, it was revealed that Charlie would be appearing in the 2017 film 'The Last Photograph’, playing the part of a ‘traffic warden’. In 2016, Charlie starred as Young Henry VIII in the Channel 5 Historical documentary series, Henry VIII and His Six Wives. During the autumn of 2016, Charlie took to the stage playing ‘Fred ‘Spider’ Parker’ in the poignant ‘The Greater Game’, which told the plight of Clapton Orient players and their families during World War One. In April 2017, Charlie portrayed ‘Lord Essex – Robert Devereux’ in the Channel 5 Historical documentary series ‘Elizabeth I and her Enemies’. During summer 2017, Charlie appeared as ‘Alfred Vane’ in BBC’s ‘Home Front’, which was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Additionally, during 2017 and winter 2018, Charlie continued to showcase his awe-inspiring talents as part of the BBC Radio Rep company, and will be appearing in a variety of radio dramas and programmes. In spring 2018, Charlie toured the UK once again with the Bill Kenwright theatre company, but this time with Edgar Wallace’s horror thriller ‘The Case of The Frightened Lady’, playing ‘Detective Sergeant Eduardo “Edward” Totti’. On Tuesday 23rd October 2018, Charlie appeared in the BBC medical drama ‘Holby City’ playing ‘Hughie Marsh’. From Wednesday 23rd January 2019, until Saturday 15th June 2019, Charlie toured the length and breadth of the United Kingdom once again, taking to the stage - this time in the world premiere of Peter James’ horror thriller ‘The House on Cold Hill’ playing technician ‘Chris’. Charlie Clements is a phenomenally talented individual whose talents shine through, and inspires many, representing the true star that he is! Charlie Clements, you are awe-inspiringly phenomenal! – I am so incredibly proud of you! ♥ **Disclaimer - I do not own the music or the clips, no copyright infringement intended. This video is for fan purposes only. Credit for clips goes fully to the BBC, Charlie Clements and Lacey Turner.** - MegaCharlieFan, Wednesday 1st January 2020.