Birthplace: London, England 
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Executive summary: Disco singer
Having worked since the age of 15 as a session singer and in a variety of bands, Tina Charles reached the peak of her popularity in the mid-70s, giving voice to such UK disco anthems as I Love to Love (But My Baby Just Loves to Dance) and Dr. Love. Her musical activity diminished after the birth of her son in 1977, but Charles made a brief comeback in the 90s with a remixed version of I Love to Love.
 London Hospital, Whitechapel, London, England.
Father: Charles Hoskins (actor)
Mother: Hilda Hoskins
Husband: Bernard Webb (musician, div. 1979)
Son: Max Webb (b. 1977)
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