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Charlie Babcock

Charlie Babcock (born 1979) is an American actor born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan as Charles William Babcock. Babcock has guest starred on several present-day television programs which include a recurring role on the ABC series Desperate Housewives as Stu who was Lynette Scavo's assistant at Parcher & Murphy until he sued his boss (Joely Fisher) for a sexual harassment suit. Other guest star appearances include 8 Simple Rules and Cold Case.He is also known for parts in Special (2006), RewinD (2005) and Spoonaur (2004)

Film credits include The Rules of Attraction and Spoonaur.

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