Mini Bio (1)
A multi-faceted character actor that continually sharpens his craft. Most recent successes include an Academy Award for the Narrative Short "This Way Up" an AFI/Jeremy Cloe film in which he starred. Also the Student Emmy was awarded to "Martian American" the Lee Citron film that Charley produced and acted in.
Charley attended Edgewood High School, University of LaVerne and Whittier College. ASB President and a gifted athlete he competed in football thru College and had a cup of coffee in the professional ranks. Charley also studied on World Campus Afloat, Chapman College's program to explore the world while studying. One of his teachers at Whittier College School of Law was TMZ's Harvey Levin. Charley Graduated with BA and Juris Doctorate Degrees and passed the California Bar. He successfully practiced law, primarily as a Civil Litigator, with a short stint in the Public Defenders office.He has 2 sons Bubby Rossman a pitcher drafted in 2014 by the Los Angeles Dodgers and college student Spencer.
His acting career began in 1992 with a string of Action and Comedic Roles as well as doing the High Fall into wood planks, 5 times a day as part of the Universal Studios Stunt Team. Charley showed his comedic talent's in such films as Superbad the #1 Box Office smash, with the catch phrase "Don't do it, kid" . He initially gained exposure in the soaps including Port Charles in his role as the city's mayor. He is known for playing a diverse group of characters including Detectives and tough but lovable authority figures as in CSI (recurring five episodes) and as a series regular in The TICK.
Films he has starred in have had great success on the Festival circuit winning multiple awards, including the Windrider Award at last years Sundance Festival and this years 2017 Tribeca Film Festival has nominated "The Suitcase" .for the years Best Short.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Publicist for Charley Rossman