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Charles Fields


Charles Fields was born on September 16, 1971 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is an actor, known for The Manhattan Project (1986), Orphan Train (1979) and The Beniker Gang (1984). See full bio »

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Known For

Orphan Train
Orphan Train Mouse
(1979)
The Beniker Gang
The Beniker Gang Edmund Beniker
(1984)
Fish Hawk
Fish Hawk Corby Boggs
(1979)

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 1986 The Manhattan Project
Price (as Charlie Fields)
 1984 The Beniker Gang
Edmund Beniker
 1983 Kenny Rogers as The Gambler: The Adventure Continues (TV Movie)
Jeremiah (as Charlie Fields)
 1983 The Demon Murder Case (TV Movie)
Brian Frazier (as Charlie Fields)
 1981-1982 Shannon (TV Series)
Johnny Shannon
- Curtain Calls (1982) ... Johnny Shannon
- John's Awakening (1982) ... Johnny Shannon
- Beating the Prime (1982) ... Johnny Shannon
- Favor for an Enemy (1982) ... Johnny Shannon
- Copscam (1982) ... Johnny Shannon
 1982 The Electric Grandmother (TV Movie)
Timothy (as Charlie Fields)
 1979 Orphan Train (TV Movie)
Mouse (as Charlie Fields)
 1979 The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (TV Short)
Boy (as Charlie Fields)
 1979 Fish Hawk
Corby Boggs
 1978 The Betsy
Loren III, as a boy (as Charlie Fields)
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