Charles D. King (b. 20th century) is an American film producer.King graduated from a law school in 1996. He was the first African-American to work for nearly twenty years in the film sector of William Morris Endeavor, also known as William Morris Agency.In 2015, King founded the production company Macro, which primarily strives to promote writing talents in the film business of underrepresented origin.The company is financed by private investors. Since then, King has been involved in about two dozen film and television productions as a producer or executive producer.For Mudbound (2017), King and other colleagues have been nominated for the Awards Circuit Community Awards, the Black Reel Awards and the OFTA Film Award. Sorry to Bother You presented him with the Independent Spirit Award in 2019, as well as a nomination for the Gotham Award.In 2021, he was nominated for the Best Film Oscar for Judas and the Black Messiah, together with Ryan Coogler and Shaka King.In addition, he was nominated for the Black Reel Award and the Producers Guild of America Award.