Bruce Charet: Tales of a Career in Comedy

Bruce Charet

Bruce Charet is a name that many people recognize, but are not always aware of why the name is so familiar. Predominantly, Bruce is best known for his role as the scribe at the Friars Club in New York, but there is far more to him than just his connections to the showbiz world.

Bruce Charet has been involved in the world of showbiz from a young age and has an awesome resume to show as such. He studied at City College in New York City, and by the time he was 21 years old, he was managing Connie Francis of all people. Now that takes some doing. Bruce learned a lot of his skills during the time he worked with the world-famous producer, George Sheck, as well as having worked for renowned companies such as the William Morris Agency, CBS and Warner Brothers, to name but a few. There is no wonder that what Bruce doesn’t know about producing is simply not worth knowing, right?

Bruce Charet & Mainstream Success

And who hasn’t heard of Robin and the 7 Hoods? Remember that? It’s the musical production that premiered on Broadway in 2010 and rocked the world of theater. Well, Bruce was the executive producer on that production and he did help to make it the success that it became. Not only this but in 2006 Bruce even got nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for his work on Meteor and the Monster Trucks, the cool kiddies show in which young monster trucks went to school to learn how to race. That’s not any mean feat either. Nominations like this are synonymous with gold dust for industry professionals in the fickle world of showbiz. But the show was more than just entertainment for kids. It was educational in the way it helped young viewers learn valuable life lessons through the adventures of the trucks. Television that goes beyond just entertainment, to be frank.

Bruce is very well-liked in the industry too. He has many friends that speak very highly of him and that does say a lot about a person. Let’s take Milton Berle for example. The legendary comedian and actor. Bruce and Milton used to lunch together every week right up until Milton passed away in 2000. As a person that has a leading authority on the history and relevance of popular songs, for example, the life and works of Steve Tyrell, we can all be forgiven for thinking the guy has too much going on to give his time to anything else, other than work. But he does.

Giving Back To Charity

Charity work is also of importance to Bruce and he’s given a lot of his time to charitable causes such as becoming heavily involved with a telethon that took place in 2013 to help aid US veterans that were suffering the wounds of war. The majority of Bruce’s charitable work was carried out for the Friars Club and Bruce has had more than one notable mention for his contributions to charitable causes in a few autobiographies. Bruce is thanked personally in the book Roman Candle: The life of Bobby Darin, Written by David Evanier, and if you’re interested in finding out more about this you can visit this link and read exactly what was written.

Many of the Friar Club’s most memorable events have been produced by Bruce Charet such as the Dionne Warick event or the Natalie Cole extravaganza. Bruce is the first person to admit that music is one of his strongest passions and this is apparent through his dedication to the showbiz and music industry and his production work in music. Bruce Charet is such an inspiring and interesting personality it’s hard not to want to know everything about him. So, if you want to keep up to date with all of his current news then why not follow him on his social media accounts? Find Bruce at https://www.facebook.com/bruce.charet or on Twitter https://twitter.com/thebrucecharet?lang=en 

Don’t just take the word of someone else, find out for yourself all about Bruce Charet. It’s doubtful you’ll be disappointed.

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