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Charles Saxton (born November 7, 1989 in Bristol, Pennsylvania) is an American film, television and video game actor.

Charlie Saxton
BornCharles Saxton
(1989-11-07) November 7, 1989 (age 29)
Bristol, Pennsylvania, USA
Other namesCharlie Saxon
OccupationActor, voice actor
Years active1998-present

He had a supporting role as Bug, one of the band members, in Bandslam. He was featured in Hung, an HBO comedy-drama series, playing the son of Thomas Jane's main character.[1] He also provided the voice of Melvin in the video game Bully. He is the voice of Toby on Guillermo Del Toro’s award-winning animated series, Trollhunters.[2]

Charlie also stars as the wrestler "Lone Wolf" in The Wonder Years music video for Melrose Diner.[3][4]

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FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Pants on Fire Stephen
2003 Mail Order Bride Young Tommy
2004 Billy and the Kid Punk Rock Kid Short
2005 Delirium and the Dollman Jer
Rounding First Short Bully
2008 The Happening Student Named Dylan
2009 Bandslam Bug
The Lovely Bones Ronald Drake Uncredited
2010 Twelve Mark Rothko
2011 From up on Poppy Hill Shiro Mizunuma (Voice)
2012 I Am Ben Drewbird Short Also Producer
Shower Johnny Short
2013 Movie 43 Jay
The English Teacher Will
Pike and Bird James Short
2015 The Comments Jacob Short
2016 All for Nikki Zach Steadman

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2009-11 Hung Damon Drecker 30 Episodes
2010 Badges Pete Moss Television Movie
2011 CollegeHumor Originals Myles Drecker 1 Episode
Big Morning Buzz Live Himself
2011-13 Workaholics Jerry Jaeger 2 Episodes
2012 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Gembo 1 Episode
New Girl Chaz
The Flipside Unknown
2013-14 Betas Mitchell 11 Episodes
2015 Silicon Valley Crushing Applicant 1 Episode
Hawaii Five-0 Ricky Schiff
2016 Young & Hungry Randall
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life Neal Fissley 13 Episodes
2016–18 Trollhunters Toby Domzalski (Voice) 52 Episodes
2017 Bones Kirby Lee 1 Episode
2018 Misfits Simon Bellamy Pre-Production

Video GamesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Bully Melvin (Voice)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ HBO. "Charlie Saxton on Hung". Retrieved February 21, 2010.
  2. ^ "Trollhunters (TV Series 2016– )". Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  3. ^ "chorus.fm". chorus.fm. Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  4. ^ Hopeless Records (11 October 2010). "The Wonder Years - Melrose Diner (Official Music Video)". Retrieved 7 February 2018 – via YouTube.

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