Native American stand-up comedian, actor, and member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Charles Allan Hill who passed away at the age of 70 was born on July 6, 1951.
With Detroit, Michigan, United States, being his birthplace, he gave up his breath on December 30, 2013, in Oneida, Wisconsin, United States.
He was popularly known as Charlie Hill and rose to recognition as a result of writing for the television series Roseanne.
The first Native American to be a TV comedy stand-up star with time, Hill was educated at West De Pere High School from which he graduated in 1968.
He proceeded to enroll at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he majored in speech and drama after graduating from high school.
Hill was a member of Hanay Geiogomah’s Native American Theatre Ensemble in the early 1970s who performed Coyote Tracks and Foghorn at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club in the East Village of Manhattan.
Charlie Hill Children
Dine’ Nizhoni Hill, Nasbah Hill, Nanabah Hill, and Nabahe Hill are the famed children of Charlie Hill. Charlie Hill shared his four kids with his wife Lenora Hatathlie.
Despite being celebrity kids, their details have been kept discrete which makes information regarding Hill’s children remain undisclosed.