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Charlie has several meanings pertinent to the Doctor Who universe and the relevant real world. They are listed below in alphabetical order by surname. If no surname is available, alphabetization occurs by the disambiguation term — that is, the bit between the parentheses in a title like Waitress (Random Shoes).
As only name Edit
- Charlie (PROSE: Amorality Tale)
- Charlie (PROSE: Goodwill toward Men)
- Charlie (PROSE: How You Get There)
- Charlie (PROSE: Night of the Humans)
- Charlie (TV: The Dæmons)
- Charlie (PROSE: The Eight Doctors)
- Charlie (PROSE: The Fear Factory)
- Charlie (TV: The Gunfighters)
- Charlie (GAME: The Gunpowder Plot)
- Charlie (TV: The Mind of Evil)
- Charlie (PROSE: Tragedy Day)
- Charlie the badger, a hand-puppet featured in series 6 Doctor Who Confidential.
As first name Edit
- Charlie Brown (mentioned in TV: Journey's End)
- Charlie Fisher (COMIC: Backtime)
- Charlie Wise (TV: The Moonbase)
- Charlie Flecknoe (PROSE: Apollo 23)
- Charlie Jackson (PROSE: Birthright)
- Charlie Nisbett (PROSE: The Romance of Crime)
- Charlie Sato (AUDIO: Tales from the Vault)
- Charlie Skaggs (PROSE: Casualties of War)
As a nickname (spelled differently) Edit
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Behind the scenes Edit
As first name Edit
- Charlie Baker, who played the Fat Man in TV: A Good Man Goes to War.
- Charlie De'Ath, who played Adelaide's father in TV: The Waters of Mars.
- Charlie Hayes, a voice actor for Big Finish Productions.
- Charlie Ross, a voice actor for Big Finish Productions.
Visual Effects Edit
- Charlie Bennett, a digital matte painter credited on several episodes of the BBC Wales Doctor Who.
- Charlie Bluett, a prosthetics technician for The Sarah Jane Adventures.
- Charlie McDonnell, a presenter of special web-based episodes of Doctor Who Confidential broadcast via BBC Red Button in the run-up to A Christmas Carol.