Film

Walking with the Enemy

Supporting
Liberty Studios. Mark  Schmidt, Dir

I’m Not Jesus Mommy

Lead
Vaughn Juares, Dir.

The Midnight Chronicles

Lead
Landroval Studios. Christian Peterson, Dir.

The Good Man

Lead
Maxwell Becker, Dir.

The Nihilist

Supporting
Brenden Eddy, Dir.

HOPE

Lead
Marty Doogin Arts.  Joe Dressel, Dir.

Fall Into Me

Supporting
Indiewood Productions. Tim VandeSteeg, Dir. 

The Retreat

Supporting
Darin Heinis, Dir.

War Propheteer

Lead
Killing Joke Pro. Paul Von Stoetzel, Dir.

Planetfall

Supporting
CarschoolFilmorama. Michael Heagle, Dir.

Mulligan

Principal
Vandy Productions. Tim VandeSteeg, Dir.

Jona/Tomberry (Animation)

Supporting – Voice
Rocketta Film/Studio Rosto A.D. Rosto, Dir.

The Monster of Nix (Animation)

Supporting – Voice
Rocketta Film/Studio Rosto A.D. Rosto, Dir.

Ana’s Playground

Supporting – Voice
Eric Howell, Dir.

Memorial Day

Supporting
Sam Fischer,  Dir.

Television

Auto B Good (Animation)

Supporting – Voice
Wet Cement

Transylvania Television

Principal – Puppeteer
Gordon Smuder & Michael Heagle, Dir.

The Choo Choo Bob Show

Supporting – Puppeteer
Bob Medcraft,  Birdhouse Media

Web Series

Transylvania Television

Le Shoc – various
Gordon Smuder & Michael Heagle, Dir.

Fear of Girls 1&3

Supporting
Dangerously Gorgeous Pro. Ryan Wood, Dir.

Commercials

My Life is a Sitcom

Voice
ABC Family Channel

Science Pilot Program

Lead
PBS with Dublin Productions

Blanke Park Zoo

Lead
Twist

Midwest Wireless

Co-star
Drive Thru Media

AAA

Lead
Drive Thru Media

Industrials

Best Buy “Yellow Tag” (‘00-’11)

Co-star
Multiple Directors

Medtronic

Co-star
Stone Arch Creative

Guidant

Lead
Stone Arch Creative

EcoWater Live Conference

Host
Stone Arch Creative

Professional Theater – AEA

Charley’s Aunt

Brassett
Guthrie Theater. John Miller Stephany, Dir.

Caligula

Helicon

A Tuna Christmas (‘03-’05)

11 Roles (Aries)
Showboat & Pioneer Place. Mark Bergen, Dir.

Cotton Patch Gospel

Jesus
Old Log Theater. Don Stoltz, Dir.

Enchanted April

Frederick
Park Square Theatre. Mary Finnerty, Dir.

Hamlet

Laertes
Park Square Theatre. Mary Finnerty, Dir.

History of the Devil

The Devil
Mary Worth Theatre Co. Joel Sass, Dir.

King Lear

Kent
Mounds Theatre. Matt Sciple, Dir.

The Homecoming

Lenny
The Gremlin Theatre. Matt Sciple, Dir.

Corleone

Tesio/Woltz/Fredo
 The Gremlin Theatre. David Mann, Dir.

Macbeth

Macbeth
Loring Playhouse. Jason MacLane, Dir.

Marat/Sade

The Gods Are Thirsty

Robespierre
Mary Worth Theater Co. Joel Sass, Dir.

The Mystery of Irma Vep

Jane/Edgar
Park Square Theatre. Joel Sass, Dir.

The Rocky Horror Show

Riff Raff
Phoenix Playhouse. Jim Barron and Tim Lee, Dir.

Titus Andronicus (1998)

Lucious
Mary Worth Theater Co. Joel Sass, Dir.

Titus Andronicus (2008)

Titus
Bedlam Theater. Paul von Stoetzel, Dir.

One For The Road

Nicolas
Killing Joke. Paul von Stoetzel, Dir.

Trial of Osama Bin Laden

Osama
Old Arizona Theater. John Clark Donahue, Dir.

We Gotta Bingo!

Fr. Andy Duncan
Lowry Theater. Mark Bergen, Dir.

Awards

  • Upper Midwest Emmy Award

    “The Choo Choo Bob Show” – Best Children’s Show 12 and under. Best Writer. Performer / Narrator – 2013

  • Upper Midwest Emmy Award

    “The Choo Choo Bob Show” – Best Children’s Show 12 and under. Best Writer. Performer / Narrator. Politics / Government – 2012

  • Best International Short

    “Ana’s Playground” — Best International Short 2009 Foyle Film Festival in Northern Ireland

  • Grand Prix Canal+ Award

    “Jona/Tomberry” — Grand Prix Canal+ Award at Cannes 2005

  • Special Jury Award

    “The Retreat” short film —  Reel Frontier Special Jury Award

  • Boundary Breaking Best Short Film

    “Seeking Wellness: Part 2 Daddy’s Time”  — Boundary Breaking Best Short Film Sydney Underground Film Festival 2007

  • Audience Award

    “Seeking Wellness: Part 2 Daddy’s Time”  — “Audience Award” Filmstock International Film Festival 2007

Reviews

Caligula: Actor Charles Hubbell is archly sardonic and wise as Caligula’s retainer, Helicon. Sam Landman internalizes a forceful and persuasive interpretation of the writer, Cherea. Both actors seem to be expending not a whit of effort, their performances are so natural.

King Lear: “Charles Hubbell’s portrayal of Kent – who stands by Lear until the very end – draws particular attention for its range, detail and depth. He’s the most watchable character on the stage.”

History of the Devil:“Here he is played by Charles Hubbell, a thin and ropey actor who seems built entirely out of sharp points. He is a strong comic performer and … is capable of being absolutely terrifying when the need arises. There is a thin line between comedy and fascism, as Bobcat Goldthwait used to say, and Hubbell walks that line throughout this production–actually, and more properly, he prances it, dressed in black snakeskin boots and a series of ridiculous, immodest costumes.”

Titus Andronicus: “Hubbell navigates this exquisitely, balancing Titus’ brute authoritarianism with the poignant naivete of a man unable to adequately interpret and adapt to circumstances.”

Titus Andronicus: “Charles Hubbell was superb as the protagonist military commander who embodies a bizarre combo of authoritarian cruelty and genuine naivete and innocence.”

The Trial of Osama bin Laden: “Hubbell tackles his difficult role with a mixture of serenity and flashes of complex irony.”

Drakul: “As Dracula, Charles Hubbell is terrific, lean and physically powerful.  He wears the leather brilliantly and plays the count with panther-like eroticism.  Marvelous.”

One For The Road: “Fueled by a gripping, frightening performance by Charles Hubbell as Nicolas [his] sharp, gaunt features turn Nicolas into a specter of death…”

Testimonials

“Charles is but one of a handful of actors I’ve had the pleasure to work with that draws depth and real character soul from the two dimensional words on the script. Charles’s performance had me saying “Man, did I make a great casting decision” throughout our film.”

Not only is Charles a prodigiously versatile actor–able to master any dialect I’ve ever heard him try, pull off rapid multiple character changes with ease, find both humor and humanity in even the darkest moments, and improvise inspired choices on a dime–he is also a gracious and adaptable collaborator. Lenny in Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming is one of the most difficult characters in modern theater, and Charles nailed every crazy beat, turning in a brilliantly controlled, tour-de-force performance that still managed to be open and generous to his partners onstage. Hire this man!

“To work with Charles was just a blessing.”

“He’s just so incredibly creative. We found out very early on that he has a lot of characters in his head and he can take direction like a dream.”