“The comic high point of the show” – Saint Paul Pioneer Press
Charles Fraser is an actor based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The nation’s leading regional theater, the Guthrie Theater, and the internationally recognized Theatre de la Jeune Lune are among his stage credits as well as Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Magic. He is the recipient of an Ivey Award along with his cast mates Wendy Lehr and James Craven for their ensemble performance in the Jungle Theatre’s production of Driving Miss Daisy. He can also be seen in a variety of regional and national television commercials.
Charles was a part of the Guthrie Theater’s national tour of Othello. He was also featured in the Guthrie’s production of The Comedy of Errors and their tour of Ah, Wilderness! For Theatre de la Jeune Lune, he played the role of Valère in their national tour and encore presentation of Tartuffe. He sailed the Bahamas onboard Disney Cruise Line’s flagship, Disney Magic, during its Millennium Cruise as an improvisational actor in the Off Beat Comedy Club. In the feature film The Completely Remarkable, Utterly Fabulous Transformation of a Regular Joe, he played the title role. He is also featured in the short film Hinkleton. Charles has an ongoing association with Thirst Theater. The monologue, Jesus Is My Drinking Partner by Alan Berks, was a part of the premiere round.