With a career lasting for more than 75 years, he was called “The Most Famous Man That Ever Lived” by The Guardian. Born on April 16, 1889 in Walworth, UK, Charlie Chaplin was the most pivotal star in the early days of Hollywood. An actor who made his audience laugh like no one else. His timeless comedy has entertained many hearts over the years, making The Tramp the most famous character ever. But Charlie Chaplin’s off- screen life is far from all the laughs he generated with his acting. From failed marriages to being under the FBI radar, his life was full of tragedies. Read on to find out more about the King of Comedy who suffered silently all his life.