An icon of world cinema and King of comedy, English actor, filmmaker and composer Charlie Chaplin appeared in his first starring role in the silent film ‘Making a Living’ (1914). He rose to fame with his most memorable on-screen persona "the Tramp" during the silent film era and eventually evolved as a legend in the film industry. He delivered many notable films as an actor, writer director and producer. These include ‘The Kid’ (1921), ‘The Gold Rush’ (1925) and ‘City Lights’ (1931).
Considered as one of the most influential comic icons of world cinema and looked up to by generations of actors and performers, Chaplin had to face lots of hurdles as a child which eventually led him commence acting on stage at nine years of age. With time he evolved as an actor and thereafter endeavoured in making his own films. His inspiring body of work includes many top-grossing films as well as those that were lesser successful.
List of Charlie Chaplin films includes top-grossing films like ‘The Kid’, ‘The Gold Rush’ and ‘A Woman of Paris’ (1923) as well as the lesser successful ones like ‘A King in New York’ (1957).