|Series:||Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles|
|Location:||West Fork, Nebraska|
Sherman Oaks, California
|Relatives:||Michelle Dixon |
|Final:||"To the Lighthouse"|
Charley Dixon is a fictional paramedic and a recurring character in the Terminator multimedia franchise. Played by actor Dean Winters, he appeared in the FOX Network television spin-off series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. He was introduced in the pilot episode of the series and made nine appearances in the series in total.
Charley Dixon was a paramedic who lived in the town of West Fork, Nebraska. For a time, he was romantically involved with a woman named Sarah Connor and had forged a strong bond with Sarah's teenage son, John. Six months into their relationship, Sarah suffered and intense nightmare that foreshadowed future portents. Charley was unaware of Sarah's past and was ignorant of the fact that John was destined to one day lead mankind in a war against the machines. Sarah and John picked up and moved, without giving Charley any indication of what was going on. A short time later, Charley learned on the news that Sarah and John had seemingly died during an incident involving a bank robbery at the Security Trust of Los Angeles. 
Six years after the disappearance of Sarah and John Connor, Charley received the shock of his life, when John suddenly appeared in his house late at night, having not aged a single day. Charley tried to reach out to him, but John panicked, flipping Dixon onto his back and racing out into the night. 
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Charley Dixon was created by director David Nutter and teleplay writer Josh Friedman based on concepts originally developed by James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurd.
- Charley Dixon is not to be confused with Charley Davidson, who is a character from Biker Mice from Mars.
- Charley Dixon had a tattoo of a cattle skull on his right shoulder.