Charlie Schlatter Biography
Charles Thomas Schlatter commonly known as Charlie Schlatter was born in Englewood, New Jersey, U.S. on May 1, 1966. He is an American actor famous for playing the character of Dr. Jesse Travis in the American comedy/mystery/medical crime drama television series Diagnosis Murder for six years. He has also played the popular character of David Watson / Jack Watson in the 1988 comedy film 18 Again! Schlatter has been a prominent figure in the animation world, voicing numerous characters in animated series as well as in video games in his three decade long career. He is known for being a part of popular animated shows like Captain Planet and the Planeteers.
Charlie Schlatter Age
Charlie who was born in Englewood, New Jersey, United States on May 1, 1966 is currently 52 years old as of 2019.
Charlie Schlatter Height and Weight
The American actor stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 8 inches which is above the American standard height of male actors while his weight is unknown but will be updated soon.
Charlie Schlatter Net Worth
The American actor has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million which he earned from his acting career.
Charlie Schlatter Education
He attended borough’s Memorial Junior High School. He later attended Ithaca College where he earned a B.F.A. in musical theater.
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Charlie Schlatter Career
He’s first ever appearance in the show business came in 1988 after one of the casting directors spotted him a year before in a performance and encouraged him to go for an audition. He played the character of Michael the younger brother of the male protagonist in the film. Later that year he appeared in the film Heartbreak Hotel and played the character of Johnny Wolfe.
He then worked in his most important film till date, After making some appearances in films and television movies, he was signed for the role of Dr. Jesse Travis in Diagnosis Murder an American comedy/mystery/medical crime drama television series. He appeared on the show for six seasons and acted alongside the legendary singer, actor, and dancer, Dick Van Dyke with whom he later became good friends.
He has also worked as a voice artist in his career and has given voice to numerous animated characters, much to the joy of his kids. He first worked as a voice artist in Captain Planet and the Planeteers’, voicing the character of Hoggish Greedly, Jr.
In the next two decades he voiced some of the most popular characters in the animation world, including Wally West / The Flash in Superman: The Animated Series’ , Chip in Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring, Cameron in Bratz , Hawk and Stingfly in A.T.O.M. , Kevin Levin and Devlin Levin in Ben 10’ , The Flash in The Batman, Doctor Mindbender, Wild Bill, and Lift-Ticket in G.I. Joe: Renegades , Tim Drake / Robin, The Flash in Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite and The Flash in Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts.
Charlie Schlatter Family
He married Colleen Gunderson on May 7, 1994, and the couple has three children, Julia Marie who was born in September 1997, Quinn born in November 1999, and the youngest Beck Frederick who was born in 2002.
Charlie Schlatter Movies and Tv Show
- 18 Again
- Police Academy:Mission to Moscow
- The Delinquents
- Bright Lights Big City
- Heartbreak Hotel
- Out at the wedding
- Resurrection Mary
- Miss Cast Away
- Fixing Pete
- Sunset Heat
- Stormy Weathers
- White Rush
- Bratz Genie Magic
- Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts
- Ferris Bueller
- Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil
- Ben 10
- Loonatics Unleashed
- Pet alien
- Butt_Ugly martians
- Fish Police
- G.I Joe:Renegades
- Avengers Assemble
- Evil Con Carne
- The Protector
Charlie Schlatter Cancer
Actor Charlie Schlatter’s career has spanned 30 years. He’s worked opposite legends like George Burns and Dick Van Dyke. Now, Schlatter is talking publicly about something he’s kept private for a decade.
He’s living with chronic myeloid leukemia. It’s a cancer of the blood. Schlatter went to his doctor thinking he had a spider bite. Before he knew it, he was sent to a specialist, and his white blood count was off the charts. Schlatter said his leukemia is not curable, but highly treatable and highly manageable and because of that he goes to chemotherapy every day and that’s what keeps him in the game.
Right now, he’s competing in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year fundraising campaign. His goal is $336,000, representing the number of white blood cells he once had in his body.