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Charles Hyatt

Charles Hyatt is an actor, comedian and broadcaster of international renown. Awarded the National Order of Distinction for his contribution to Jamaican theatre and music, he is the former head of the drama department of the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation, and remains one of the most distinguished actors and broadcasters in Jamaica. He will be Go-Jamaica's guest on Thursday 29 May at 6pm (EST).

He got his first film role in A High Wind in Jamaica, which starred Anthony Quinn and James Coburn. His feature credits include, Cross Plot with Roger Moore, Love Thy Neighbor and the Disney blockbuster Cool Runnings. During a 14-year residence in Great Britain, Mr. Hyatt's television credits included Crown Court, Six Bites of the Cherry. Mr. Hyatt's credits on the Jamaican stage include Trevor Rhone's Old Story Time and Two Can Play, Patrick Brown's Dirty Diana, Basil Dawkins' Forbidden and several national pantomimes. The author of the story collection When Me Was a Boy, Mr. Hyatt continues to perform on stage in addition to hosting the radio program "It's Charlie's Time" on KLAS 89 FM.

This week Mr. Hyatt launched 'The Perils of Charlie' a CD that contains storytelling, autobiographical information given through interviews and other Hyatt performances produced by Stage Records. It is available in stores.

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