Anderson was added to the cast in a bid to add more "sex appeal" to the show.
She said it was her dream job and relocated to Sydney immediately to accommodate filming.
The perfect article about an actor gives both a (possibly short) biography and a list of performances.
Appropriate categories should be added, especially Category: Australian actors and those listed in Category: Actors by medium.
Ruth Deller of Lowculture said Charlie had endured "scandalous-headline-grabbing-faux-lesbianity", whilst Holy Soap stated that she has a "questionable taste in men." Charlie has been ill-received by Jaci Stephen of the Daily Mail because of her on-off relationship with Angelo and Stephen regularly expresses her general dislike of the character in her column.
In contrast, the Daily Star liked Charlie's image, which they branded "sexy", and the Daily Record praised her for the drama she creates.
I don't think it's a matter of need for her but she definitely would like someone to share her life with and that romantic element is a good balance in Charlie's somewhat serious life." Roman initially rejects Charlie's advances; until she goes on a date with Angelo Rosetta (Luke Jacobz).
Anderson told The Sun that Angelo "surprises" Charlie by organising a starlit picnic for her.
She cares about Ruby more than life itself and is responsible for her, so these are priorities over a finding a man.
The revelation ruined the on-screen relationship between Charlie and Ruby, and was never repaired.
Charlie has received critical analysis through her storylines and persona and opinion has been mixed.
The storyline was implemented by producers to boost ratings and Anderson said it helped portray Charlie's vulnerable side.
The storyline angered Christian and conservative oriented family groups.