Charles Dennis Buchinsky was born in , one of 15 children of Polish-Lithuanian heritage, and grew up in one of the tough mining towns in Pennsylvania. After his father died when he was ten, he went to work in the coal mines where he earned one dollar for every ton of coal mined. He learned English as a teenager and was the first in his family to graduate from high school. After being awarded a Purple Heart for wounds in the United States Army Air Force, he was discharged and began working several odd jobs.
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Charles Dennis Buchinsky was born in , one of 15 children of Polish-Lithuanian heritage, and grew up in one of the tough mining towns in Pennsylvania.
After his father died when he was ten, he went to work in the coal mines where he earned one dollar for every ton of coal mined. He learned English as a teenager and was the first in his family to graduate from high school. After being awarded a Purple Heart for wounds in the United States Army Air Force, he was discharged and began working several odd jobs.
He joined a theatrical group in Philadelphia and soon began getting bit parts after which he moved to Hollywood and took acting classes. He began getting small walk-on type roles, here and there. In , during the McCarthy Era, he changed his name to Bronson, thinking that his Eastern European last name and accent might hurt his career.
He chose the name after the Bronson Gate at Paramount Studios. His tough facial appearance and strong, rugged looking physique, put him in a casting category for a rough and tumble, no-nonsense, type of part. He maintained his outstanding, muscular, physique throughout his life. No doubt it was a product of his Slavic European heritage, heavy physical work in the coal mines as a kid, and exercise throughout his life. In addition, it always appeared to me, that he was blessed with the great genetics and a metabolism that provided him with that lean, wiry, muscular physique.
Unfortunately, not much is known about his methods of physical exercise. He was always quiet and shy, preferring to keep to himself. But during his movie career, some cast members recall seeing him by himself, doing basic bodyweight exercises and working out with a special set of chest expanders.
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