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Charles "Charlie" Brown is the protagonist in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz.Charlie Brown and his creator have a common connection in that they are both the sons of barbers, but whereas Schulz's work is described as the "most shining example of the American success story", Charlie...
is the principal character in the comic strip Peanuts
or Charles Brown
may also refer to:
- Charlie Brown (Scottish footballer)
Charlie Brown is a former association footballer who played for home town club Queen of the South.Brown signed for QoS in 1948 from LMS Rovers. Between then and his departure he made 49 appearances scoring 19 goals...
from Dumfries who played for home town club Queen of the South
- Charlie Brown (footballer)
Charles "Charlie" Brown was an English footballer who played at outside-right for Southampton and Queens Park Rangers in the 1920s.-Football career:...
(1898–1979), English footballer with Southampton and Queens Park Rangers
- Charles Brown (roque player)
Charles Brown was an American roque player who competed in the 1904 Summer Olympics.In 1904 he won the bronze medal in the Olympic roque tournament....
(1867–1937), American roque player and Olympic bronze medalist
- Charlie Brown (Australian footballer)
Charlie Brown was an Australian rules footballer who played for Collingwood in the Victorian Football League .Brown played as a defender over eight seasons for Collingwood in the VFL...
(born 1896), Australian footballer
- Charlie Brown (defensive back) (born 1942), American Football League player
- Charlie Brown (running back)
Charles Robert Brown is a former professional American football running back in the National Football League. He attended the University of Missouri...
(born 1945), National Football League player
- Charlie Brown (wide receiver) (born 1958), National Football League player
- Charles Brown (offensive lineman)
-New Orleans Saints:Brown was drafted by the Saints with the last pick of the second round. He signed a four-year contract on July 26, 2010.-External links:**...
(born 1987), American college football player
- Charles Edwin Brown (born 1936), college and professional American football player
- Charles Brown (boxer)
Charles Brown is a former amateur boxer from the United States who competed at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics in the Featherweight division winning the bronze medal....
(born 1939), Olympic boxer and bronze medalist
- Charlie Brown (boxer)
Charlie "Choo Choo" Brown is a former professional boxer in the lightweight division.- Pro career :...
(born 1958), former boxing champion
- Charlie Brown (baseball)
Charles Edward Brown was a professional baseball pitcher. He started four games for the Cleveland Spiders of Major League Baseball in 1897, with one win and two losses.-External links:...
(1871–1938), 19th century baseball player
- Charles Brown (water polo)
Charles L. Brown is a former water polo representative from New Zealand.At the 1950 British Empire Games he won the silver medal as part of the men's water polo team.-References:...
, former water polo representative from New Zealand
- Charlie Brown (wrestler)
- Charles Edward Brown (1928-2007), an American football quarterback and punter in the National Football League
- Charles Reynolds Brown
Charles Reynolds Brown was an American Congregational clergyman and educator, born in Bethany, W. Va. He graduated at the University of Iowa in 1883 and studied theology in Boston University...
(born 1862), American Congregational clergyman and educator
- Charles Rufus Brown
Charles Rufus Brown was an American Baptist clergyman and Semitic scholar. He was born in Kingston, New Hampshire, graduated from the United States Naval Academy and reached the grade of master in the United States navy, from which he resigned in 1875...
(1849–1914), American Baptist clergyman and Semitic scholar
- Charles Brown (actor)
Charles Brown was a Tony Award-nominated actor and a member of New York City, New York theater troupe the Negro Ensemble Company...
(1946–2004), Tony Award-nominated performer with Negro Ensemble Company
- Charles Brown (composer) (1898–1988), French classical composer
- Charles Brown (musician)
Charles Brown , born in Texas City, Texas was an American blues singer and pianist whose soft-toned, slow-paced blues-club style influenced the development of blues performance during the 1940s and 1950s...
(1922–1999), blues singer
- Charles E. Brown (1863–1924), founder of BBC/Asea Brown Boveri
- Carlinhos Brown
Carlinhos Brown is a Brazilian musician from Salvador, Bahia. He was born in Candeal Pequeno, a small neighbourhood in the Brotas area of Salvador de Bahia...
(Portuguese for Charlie Brown, born 1962), Brazilian musician
- Charlie Brown Jr.
Charlie Brown Jr. is a Brazilian rock band, from the city of Santos, São Paulo. Their biggest influences are The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Suicidal Tendencies and Rage Against the Machine.-Current formation:* Chorão - Vocals...
, a Brazilian rock band
- Charlie Brown, member of Leaders of the New School
Leaders of the New School was a Long Island, New York-based hip hop crew.-History:The crew was composed of Uniondale, New York, natives Charlie Brown and Dinco D ; North Amityville, New York native Cut Monitor Milo ; and Busta Rhymes , who was originally from Brooklyn, New York but later moved to...
- Charlie Brown (DJ)
Ed Weiss, known on-air as Charlie Brown, is a disc jockey on WPCM radio in Burlington, North Carolina, United States, and host of the syndicated beach music program On the Beach with Charlie Brown, heard on nearly 40 stations, mostly in The Carolinas, Virginia and Georgia.-Radio career:Charlie...
, host of "On the Beach" on WVCO and other stations
- Chuck Brown
Chuck Brown is a guitarist and singer who is affectionately called "The Godfather of Go-go". Go-go is a subgenre of funk music developed in and around Washington, D.C. in the mid- and late 1970s...
(born 1934), an African-American jazz guitarist
- Chuck Brown (New Age musician)
Chuck Brown is an American singer, songwriter and solo pianist who grew up in Columbus, Ohio. His piano works are considered to be in the New Age music genre, which is typified by gentle, flowing arrangements and strong melodies....
(born 1957), an American singer, songwriter, and solo pianist
- Charles Brown (commodore)
Charles Brown , was a commodore.Brown entered the navy about 1695, through the patronage of Sir George Byng, afterwards Lord Torrington, he was appointed captain of the Stromboli in 1709. He commanded the York in 1717, and the Advice in 1726 in the cruises up the Baltic...
(died 1753), Royal Navy officer
- Charles Brown (soldier), American Civil War soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
- Charles Brown (Medal of Honor)
Corporal Charles Brown received the United States's highest honor for bravery, the Medal of Honor. Corporal Brown was a United States Marine and was born in New York City. He enlisted in Hong Kong in 1870. The tracking number for his Medal of Honor is No.: 169, and is dated 8 February 1872.-Medal...
, American 1871 Korean Expedition sailor and Medal of Honor recipient
- Charlie Brown of the Charlie Brown and Franz Stigler incident, an American World War II pilot whose heavily damaged bomber was not shot down by a Luftwaffe pilot
- Charles Brown (California politician) (born 1949), retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel, candidate for Congress for California
- Charles Brown (Labour politician)
Charles Brown was a British Labour Party politician.He was elected at the 1929 general election as Member of Parliament for Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, and held the seat until his death in 1940, at the age of 56....
(1884–1940), British Labour Party Member of Parliament for Mansfield (1929–1940)
- Charles Brown (Taranaki)
Charles Brown was a New Zealand politician from the Taranaki area.-Personal life:Brown was born in London, England, the illegitimate son of Charles Armitage Brown and Abigail O'Donohue, an Irish house servant at Wentworth Place where Brown and Keats resided...
(1820–1901), New Zealand politician from Taranaki
- Charlie Brown (Indiana politician)
Charlie Brown is an American politician who is a Democratic member of the Indiana House of Representatives. He has represented the 3rd District since 1982.-Background:...
(born 1938), Indiana State Representative
- Charles Brown (congressman)
Charles Brown was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.-Early life:...
(1797–1883), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
- Charles E. Brown (congressman) (1834–1904), U.S. Representative from Ohio
- Charles Harrison Brown
Charles Harrison Brown , known as Charlie Brown, was a two-term U.S. representative from Missouri from the 7th Congressional District....
(1920–2003), U.S. Representative from Missouri
- Charles Hunter Brown
Charles Hunter Brown was a New Zealand politician from Canterbury, New Zealand.He represented Christchurch Country in the 2nd Parliament in 1860 from 21 April to 5 November, but was defeated when he then stood for the seat of Cheviot in North Canterbury.-References:...
(1825–1898), New Zealand politician from Canterbury
- Charles Brown (Australian politician)
Charles Victor Watson Brown was an Australian politician. He was the Independent member for Gregory in the Queensland Legislative Assembly from 1939 to 1941....
(1895–1970), Australian politician from Queensland
- Charles M. Brown
Charles M. Brown was a long-time U.S. politician in Atlanta, sometimes called Charlie Brown after the Peanuts character, Charlie Brown.-Biography:...
(1903–1995), Atlanta politician for whom the airport Charlie Brown Field is named
- Charles Brown (mayor)
Charles Brown was mayor of Murray, Utah from 1906 to 1909. He was the first mayor of Murray to serve two terms. From 1898 to 1933 he engaged in the grocery business in Murray. He was active in the LDS Church serving a church mission to California from 1896 to 1898. He was a graduate of Murray...
(1873–1943), Mayor of Murray, Utah from 1906–1909
- Charles Brown (American politician)
- Charles Farrar Browne
Charles Farrar Browne was a United States humor writer, better known under his nom de plume, Artemus Ward. At birth, his surname was "Brown." He added the "e" after he became famous.-Biography:...
(1834–1867), U.S. humor writer better known under his pen name, Artemus Ward
- Charles Brockden Brown
Charles Brockden Brown , an American novelist, historian, and editor of the Early National period, is generally regarded by scholars as the most ambitious and accomplished US novelist before James Fenimore Cooper...
(1771–1810), U.S. novelist
- Charles Armitage Brown
Charles Armitage Brown was born in Lambeth on 14 April 1787.He was a very close friend of the poet John Keats, as well as being a friend of artist Joseph Severn, Leigh Hunt, Thomas Jefferson Hogg, Walter Savage Landor and Edward John Trelawny...
(1787–1842), friend of poet John Keats
- Charles N. Brown
Charles Nikki Brown was the co-founder and editor of Locus, the long-running news and reviews magazine covering the genres of science fiction and fantasy literature. He was born on June 24, 1937 in Brooklyn, New York. He attended City College until 1956, when he joined the military ; he served in...
(1937–2009), founder of the Science Fiction and Fantasy industry magazine Locus
- Charles Phillip Brown (1798–1884), Telugu writer
- Charles E. Brown (photographer) (1896–1982), commercial aviation photographer
- Charles L. Brown (businessman) (1921-2004), last chairman of the Bell System
The Bell System was the American Bell Telephone Company and then, subsequently, AT&T led system which provided telephone services to much of the United States and Canada from 1877 to 1984, at various times as a monopoly. In 1984, the company was broken up into separate companies, by a U.S...
- Charles Brown, aka Kite Man
Kite Man is a fictional character, a supervillain in publications from DC Comics. The character first appeared in Batman vol. 1 #133 , and was created by Bill Finger and Dick Sprang...
, minor villain in Batman comic books
- "Charlie Brown" (Coldplay song)
"Charlie Brown" is a song by British alternative rock band Coldplay. It was written by all members of the band for their fifth studio album, Mylo Xyloto....
, a song from Coldplay's fifth album, Mylo Xyloto
- "Charlie Brown" (song)
"Charlie Brown" is a popular Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller song that was a top-ten hit for The Coasters in the spring of 1959 . It went to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts, and was the first of three top-ten hits for the Coasters that year...
, a 1959 hit song written by Leiber and Stoller
- "Charlie Brown," a 1975 song by Two Man Sound
Two Man Sound was a Belgian pop trio of the 1970s. Their style combined the disco music typical of the era with samba and bossa nova. Their signature hits were "Charlie Brown" and a Latin track called "Disco Samba". Charlie Brown was a success in Belgium and Italy but never broke the United Kingdom...
- A dance move used in the Cha Cha Slide
The "Cha Cha Slide" is a song often played at dance clubs, school dances/proms, parties, skating rinks, bar mitzvahs and weddings in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the United Kingdom , created by Chicago's DJ Casper...
- Charlie Brown, the callsign of Apollo 10
Apollo 10 was the fourth manned mission in the American Apollo space program. It was an F type mission—its purpose was to be a "dry run" for the Apollo 11 mission, testing all of the procedures and components of a Moon landing without actually landing on the Moon itself. The mission included the...
's Command Module
- Charlie Brown's Steakhouse
Charlie Brown's Steakhouse is a regional American casual dining restaurant chain based in Mountainside, New Jersey. There are locations in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.-History:...
, a regional United States chain with locations in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania
- Charles E. Brown Middle School
Charles E. Brown Middle School is a public Junior High School in Newton, Massachusetts. As of 2007, total number of enrollments numbered 664 while teachers numbered 63, bringing the student/teacher ratio to 10.6 whereas elsewhere in the state is averaged at 10.0...
, a public junior high school in Newton, Massachusetts
- Charles Wreford-Brown (1866–1951), British footballer
- Carlos Brown (disambiguation)