Charlotte reads and writes scripts for the production company Red 7. She has also collaborated with actress/screenwriter Brooke D'Orsay on several projects since January 2004.
As a child, Charlotte's mother limited her to one project a year.
Charlotte would love to star in a film remake of Valley of the Dolls.
Charlotte admits to being very close to her brother and considers her most memorable Oscar moment to be the time Angelina Jolie told the world how much she loved her own brother during a speech.
Charlotte's Film and TV Movie Credits:
• The Pathfinder (1996) as May
• When Innocence is Lost (1997) as Annie French
• Harm's Way (1998)
• Shadow Builder (1998) as Jazz
• Mary Cassatt: An American Impressionist (1999) as Katherine Cassatt
• The Wrong Girl (1999) as Bridget Fisher
• Tagged: The Jonathan Wamback Story (2001) as Courtney
• Lucky Girl (2001) as Janice
• Beautiful Girl (2003) as Samantha Webb
• Booth (2005) as June
• The House Next Door (2006) as Pie Harrelson
Her dream role is to play Sarah, the character of Jennifer Connelly, in the 1996 film Labyrinth.
Charlotte's first acting role was playing Marion Hawthorne in Harriet the Spy in 1996.
One of the ways Charlotte keeps in shape is by walking her dog and playing hide-and-seek with her.
If she did not pursue acting, Charlotte would have wanted to become a violinist.
Aside from being an actress, Charlotte is also a photographer. Some of her works have been published in Stain magazine.
Charlotte is a dual British/Canadian citizen.
Sullivan divides her time between Toronto and Los Angeles, California.
Charlotte is managed by Aron Gannini (The Collective). Her acting agent is Dani De Lio of Creative Drive Artists and her publicist is Kevin C. Pennant of the Pennant Media Group.
Charlotte's style is inspired by Audrey Hepburn.
2000 - Best Performance in a Feature Film or TV Movie - Young Ensemble, Young Artist Award, Mary Cassatt: An American Impressionist
1998 - Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Saturday Morning TV Program, YoungStar Award, The New Ghostwriter Mysteries
She attended Runnymede High School.
Charlotte is 5 feet 8 and a half inches (1.74 metres) tall.
Her nickname is Charlie.
Charlotte: My screensaver is this girl with her head chopped off and she's holding it up with blood gushing and I look like her.
Charlotte: The truth is I have moments of great worry. On the other hand, I'm learning to stop focusing on what I don't have, and shifting my consciousness to a greater level of appreciation for all that I am and all that I do have.
Charlotte: Women can do anything. We can wear heels and run. I'm not going to let a purse get into my way. If carrying a big purse is my biggest problem of the night – then I'd say I'm having it pretty good!
Charlotte: The character I play on M.V.P. is so different from anything else I've done. I had all of these ideas brewing inside my mind about how I wanted Mandy to look and act. From a creative standpoint it was really beautiful to be able to bounce ideas off the producers, and have them go with it.
Charlotte: Dior rouge lipstick makes me happy, even when I had the flu I still wore it to bed. The perfume Stella by Stella McCartney is so rosy and elegant, it makes me feel like a lady. I'm also in love with Aveda's Madagascar candle. It's incredibly intoxicating.
Charlotte: (on working with her "Across the River to Motor City" director) I loved working with director Michael DeCarlo. He's got such a cryptic imagination. He has the ability to take something ugly and transform it into something beautiful. His shots are dark, twisted and stunning. Michael is intuitive and brilliant - his talents are magnificent. As far as I'm concerned he is light years ahead of the rest of us.
Charlotte: I wouldn't be caught dead in Crocs unless they were by Vivienne Westwood. I'm not earthy or crunchy granola. I want eccentric glamour.
Charlotte: (on her porcelain skin) I don't go to the tanning salon even though I've been asked to go every time I do a show – except for period pieces – because it's so hard to light me.
Charlotte: (on her character on "M.V.P.") Mandy tries to fit in with the hockey wives but doesn't. She's a dominatrix Bettie Paige freak, wears red wigs and is a lot of fun to play. All the hockey wives reject her. She's so in love with Damon (Peter Miller) but it's never going to happen. Mandy comes from a dark place and wants to be sophisticated but she is not. She's probably the most fun character on the show.
Charlotte: (on her style) I like Vivienne Westwood – her stuff is so disgustingly different. I love things that make you different. I'm addicted to (Gwen Stefani's line) L.A.M.B. I can vomit how much I like it. I met Gwen Stefani at the Key Club in L.A. and lost my mind. She is so unbelievably kind. I like eccentric pieces; I don't want to look like anyone else. Galliano is the most delicious.