Loyola College (Bachelor of Arts, 1938). University of Maryland (Juris Doctor, 1947).
European Theatre of Operations 9th Infantry Division, 1942-1945. Division special service officer, 1945. With Benton & Bowles, Incorporated, New York York City, 1946-1965.
Director daytime radio programs, 1948-1952. Director television programs, 1951-1956.
Chairman, Maryland Health Services Cost Review Committee, since 1986.
Member, Maryland Judicial Disabilities Commission since 1986.
Producer: (television shows) As the World Turns, 1956-1960, The Edge of Night, 1960-1965, Another World, 1965, Hidden Faces, 1970. Editor: Hagerstown (Maryland) Town & Country Almanack, 1973-2001, editor emeritus, since 2001. Co-author, director: (motion picture) Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1967.Co-producer: Taconic Music Theatre, Manchester, Vermont, 1988-1989. Freelance theatrical director, audio-visual consultant.
Television consultant Trenton (New Jersey) Board Education, 1972-1981. Advisor Friends of Hildene, Manchester, Vermont, 1985-1989. Actor Oldcastle Theatre Company, Bennington, Vermont, 1987-1988, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 1993, 94, 95, 97.
Performing arts chair Southern Vermont art Center, Manchester, 1989-1993.
Married Mary McCain Wilcox, November 28, 1941. Children: Linda Fisher Eveland, Mary Emily Fisher Vigna, Charles Worley Junior, Anthony Hay, Lisa McCain Fisher Brown.