People shoot films about him, his paintings are exhibited in art galleries, his books are sold in all bookstores, his engagement is covered by the press. Prisoner Charlie Bronson - who he’s and how he managed to achieve popularity while being behind bars?
The First steps to doubtful glory
Michael Gordon-Peterson was born in a prosperous family and was the only son of Airy and Joe Peterson. Michael studied well, had many friends and loving parents - the usual life of a guy from a small town in Wales.
Everything has changed since the Petersen move to Cheshire. Here the young man got in touch with a bad company and started skipping school. After graduation, he began to participate in clandestine fistfights. Charlie Bronson was opened by promoter Paul Edmonds - he advised the guy to change the name to a cooler one. By the way, search engines often confuse the criminal and the famous actor - they have the same names and surnames.
Charlie claims that he killed a Rottweiler with his bare hands for £ 10,000 when he was involved in clandestine fights.
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