Charles Shaughnessy is a British television, theater and film actor with a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Charles also won a Daytime Emmy Award in 2002 for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program (Stanley — a Disney Playhouse production) as well as a Broadway World Boston Theatre Award in 2011 for Best Lead Actor in a Musical (Big Theatre).
Charles Shaughnessy Net Worth $1.5 Million Dollars
Shaughnessy has been married to Susan Fallender since May 21, 1983 and they have two daughters: Jenny Johanna (created March 18, 1990, now an assistant to head production at Nick) and Madelyn Sarah (created February 8, 1995). In 2007, Shaughnessy became the 5th Baron Shaughnessy in the Peerage of Great Britain, upon the passing of his second cousin Michael James Shaughnessy, the 4th Baron Shaughnessy.
February 9, 1955
London, United Kingdom
5 ft 11 in (1.816 m)
Actor, Voice Actor
Eton College, University of Cambridge
Susan Fallender (m. 1983)
Jenny Shaughnessy, Maddy Shaughnessy
Jean Lodge, Alfred Shaughnessy
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program
Get a Clue, A Kiss So Deadly, Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire, Liz & Dick, Your Highness, The Tale of Despereaux, Second Chances, Everything to Gain, National Lampoon's Dorm Daze 2, Kids in America, My Dad Is Scrooge, Wishing Well, The New Adventures of Spin and Marty: Suspect Behavior, The Painting, Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse, Mardi Gras: Spring Break, The Wild Thornberrys Movie, Mystery Woman At First Sight, Stanley's Dinosaur Round-Up, Day-O, Permanent Vacation, Denial, Ricky and Ravi (Are in Between Jobs), Murder 101: New Age, McBride and Groom, Audrey
The Nanny, Happily Divorced, The Fran Drescher Show, Judith Krantz's Till We Meet Again, Stanley, Heavy Gear, Young Blades, Liberty's Kids, Squirrel Boy, Saints & Sinners, Max Steel, Svetlana
Many critics and viewers believed that his genuine British accent on 'The Nanny (1993-1999)' was fake and commented that he should take advice from Daniel Davis, who is really American, on how to improve it.
On Broadway, in New York, starring in "Urinetown, The Musical" as Caldwell B. Cladwell until February 8, 2004. Has been doing the part since September, 9, 2003 [October 2003]
Appearing as "Arthur" in Theatre Arts Productions presentation of "Camelot" in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The show also features former Miss America Susan Powell as "Guenevere". [July 2005]
With his brother David Shaughnessy, is in the process of starting "Busstop31 Productions".
Became the fifth Baron Shaughnessy in December 2007 upon the death of his second cousin. The heir presumptive to the title is his brother, David Shaughnessy. The first baron was his great-grandfather, Thomas George Shaughnessy, the president of Canadian Pacific Railway.
He has two daughters with wife Susan Fallender; Jenny Johanna Shaughnessy and Madelyn Sarah Shaughnessy.
Estuary English Accent.
Who is my biggest inspiration? Wow...I really, without wanting to sound "aw gee shucks", I'd have to say my wife who taught a rather uptight Englishman what there is to be got out of life. Susan is my greatest inspiration. She has more integrity than anyone I know and integrity is more important than anything for a happy and successful life.