On July 6, 2022, a Google Doodle will honour Charlie Hill's 71st birthday.

The first Native American stand-up comedian, Charlie Hill, made history when he appeared on national television.

With Oneida, Mohawk, and Cree ancestry, Charlie Hill was able to enter the comic scene.

Charlie Hill made a stand against discrimination and racial stereotypes.

Charlie Hill, who was born in Detroit, Michigan, is credited with creating the hit TV show "Roseanne."

In 1977, Hill made his debut on a network programme on "The Richard Pryor Show."

He also became the first Native American comedian to appear on ‘The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson’.

Hill received the Ivy Bethune Tri-Union Diversity Award in 2009.

After a brief fight with cancer, Hill passed away in 2013 in Oneida, Wisconsin, at the age of 62.