Actor Mark Woolley Joins Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales Team in The U.K. to help Children in Tough Economy
Mark Woolley has done it again. As if making international news reporting the financial advice he got from Universal Studios CEO Ron Meyer was not enough, the British actor who now resides in Hollywood, has partnered with the team that does good works in the United Kingdom, headed by none other than The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles himself.
Mark Woolley said, “I’ve researched hundreds of charities that I can help support to give back with the work I do, and the Prince’s Trust is one that I really believe in. They help get kids out of poverty, get them educated, and get them employed. How you can disagree with that?”
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, as Heir to the Throne of England, seeks to do all he can to use his unique position to make a difference for the better in the United Kingdom, and the world. Like thespian Mark Woolley, who has joined the team of Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales has a wide variety of interests, which include a strong love of the performing arts. He himself paints in watercolours. Mark Woolley and Prince Charles, who have both done their fare share of celebrity events, both also have a knack for a keen sense of humor and wit. “I sometimes wonder if two thirds of the globe is covered in red carpet,” Prince Charles once quipped, and yet he, like Mark Woolley realizes that greater good works can be done with a lasting change, through the role of celebrity. “I feel like I have to justify my existence every day,” The Prince continues. Yet his heavy feeling of responsibility has brought out the best in him, as can be seen.
Mark Woolley joined singer Moira Cue for a very rare, special acoustic performance by the artists, at the world famous Hollywood rock club The Viper Room, Monday, October 26th, which is a legendary hang out for the young jet set and Hollywood stars.
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