Born in 1889, Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin was a famous reputed filmmaker and comic actor. He had inherited natural talents and he was a youngster made the best use of his resources.
Charlie Chaplin’s father was an actor as well. His mother was not only a beautiful actress but also a singer. Charlie bagged fame when he showed his excellency as a tap dancer in the Eight Lancashire Lads. He became more famous for his on-screen personality of ‘the tramp’. He died in sleep for having a stroke on 25th December 1977.