Born on March 13, 1962 in the Bronx, NY, Chuck has always been an athlete. At 7 years old, he moved to Los Angeles and became involved in all school sports. He was named Athlete of the year at Glenelder Elementary school and competed in sports both in and outside school. BMX became his go to as a teen, but he also enjoyed gymnastics and baseball, being named to the Pony league all star team as a pitcher. Chuck changed gears at high school and competed in Water Polo, swimming and diving (springboard). He also found his love for racing, starting with Karts. Before he knew it, he was traveling around the US with the WKA in the Yamaha Sprint series (100cc). This lead to other racing entities well after high school, becoming the chief mechanic for the Puente Hills Malibu Grand Prix track. He was the youngest person to receive this position at 17 years old. It was while working here, he meet Mike Vendrell through a mutual friend. Mike introduced him the stunts, a career Chuck had always dreamed of. After many years of struggling to make a name for himself, Chuck finally broke into the business and has never looked back.