|Died||14 February 1969 (aged 86)|
Charles Judels (17 August 1882 – 14 February 1969) was a Dutch-born American actor.
Judels was born in Amsterdam as a third generation in a family of actors. His grandfather owned several theatres throughout the Netherlands and starred in his own plays. Judels' father combined his love of the theatre and music, and was a stage manager for the Metropolitan Opera in New York for thirty-five years.: 110
Judels appeared in more than 130 films from 1915 to 1949. In 1928, he was signed by 20th Century Fox to direct Movietone and did extensive work as a voice-over actor in animated films, including the voices of Stromboli and the evil coachman in Walt Disney's Pinocchio (1940).: 111 In 1909, he became a member of The Lambs.
He died in San Francisco, California in 1969.