Charlie Carver is arguably the most promising actor of his time who has already garnered a tremendous amount of success in the entertainment industry. Hailing from San Francisco, he first caught the attention for his role as Porter Scavo in ABC’s Desperate Housewives.
He reached even more prominence when he took on the roles of Ethan in MTV’s Teen Wolf and Scott Frost in HBO’s The Leftovers. Charlie’s other notable roles include Cowboy in The Boys in the Band and Huck Finnigan in Ratched, among many others. He has enjoyed much of his career in the spotlight that has helped him to gain millions of fans across social media platforms, especially on Instagram, where he has over 2 million followers.
Charlie Carver Biography
|Birth Name||Charles Carver Martensen|
|Date of Birth||July 31, 1988|
|Place of Birth||San Francisco, California, U.S.|
|Age||33 years old|
|Ethnicity||German, English, Irish, French-Canadian, Danish, and Scottish|
|Height||5 feet 10 inches or 178 cm|
|Weight||75 kg or 165 lbs|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Distinctive Features||Chiseled jawline|
Early Life: Family and Education
Charlie Carver is the son of Robert Martensen, a physician, historian, and author, and Anne Carver, a philanthropist and community activist. He has an identical twin brother, Max Carver, who is also an actor and filmmaker. Though Max is seven minutes younger than Charlie, they have different birthdays. Max was born on August 1.
His parents divorced when he was a small child and his mother later remarried Denis Sutro in 1992. After marriage, the family to California’s Napa Valley. He was educated at St. Paul’s Boarding School in Concord, New Hampshire, until his high school sophomore year and then enrolled at Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan.
Charlie Carver earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California in 2012. Despite having an early interest in acting, he put his education first, received his degree, and then moved on to focus on his acting career.
In order to hone his acting skills, he took an acting course at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
Charlie Carver Personal Life
When it comes to Charlie’s personal life, he’s openly a guy which he made it public through an Instagram post in 2016. He was romantically linked with Steve Miller in 2018 when he posted a picture of them kissing each other on his Instagram but the picture has since been deleted.
Charlie’s acting career kicked off in 2008 when he landed the role of Porter Scavo in ABC’s mystery and crime-drama series Desperate Housewives. He co-starred with his brother, Max, who played his identical twin in the series.
He received widespread acclaim for his performance in that series which led to a recurring role in MTV’s teen drama series Teen Wolf, co-starring Tyler Posey, Crystal Reed, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden and Colton Haynes. Charlie then appeared in the first season of the HBO mystery drama series The Leftovers, where he played the role of Scott Frost.
His other acting appearances include A Midsummer Night’s Dream, In the Cloud, The Boys in the Band, The Batman, The League and Ratched
Social Media Reach
Since being debuted as an actor, Charlie Carver has been enjoying a successful career in the spotlight. Thanks to his successful run on Desperate Housewives and Teen Wolf, he has an extensive following on social media. His debonair looks have earned him an audience of over 2 million followers on Instagram while his Twitter has nearly one million followers.
Charlie Carver Net Worth
Charlie Carver has made a career in the show business in his own right. At the age of 32, he’s already an accomplished actor. Having said that, his accomplishment in the entertainment industry has helped to gain a net worth of $2 million. There is no doubt that his career will only continue to skyrocket, so his wealth.
Charlie Carver Facts
He was introduced to acting when he played Puck in an eighth-grade production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
In 2018, he landed the role of a cowboy in the Broadway production of Mart Crowley’s The Boys in the Band. He reprised his role in the 2020 film adaptation of the play.
In 2020, GLSEN awarded him the Gamechanger Award for his contributions to the LGBTQ community.