Charlie trained at the Arts Educational School from the age of 10 – 16, she went on to further her training at Laine Theatre Arts until the age of 18. Additionally she spent 7 years with the National Youth Ballet.
In 2010 Charlie won the hit TV show “So you think you can dance?” on BBC1. She then proceeded to dance in Los Angeles for the finale of season 7’s “So you think you can dance?” Where viewing topped 15 million viewers.
Charlie went on to play the role of Baby in the West Ends hit show Dirty Dancing . She was then invited to take part in Revolution at The Theatre Royal as a featured dancer alongside Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia.
In 2012 Charlie performed in the closing ceremony of the Olympics. She has also had great success in TV including 4music advert, X factor Live Shows, Royal Variety, Remembrance Day, Britains Got Talent and Mamma Mia 2, the movie.
Last year she took part in 2 major dance shows; Remembering Fred, dancing for Janette and Aljaz and Rip It Up; the 50’s and 60’s dancing alongside Natalie Lowe, Louis Smith, Jay McGuiness, Harry Judd and Aston Merrygold.
Charlie is currently starring as a featured dancer in the hit West End show Rip It Up the 60’s at the Garrick Theatre.