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Chuck resides with his family at the Plaza Hotel on the Upper East Side and attends school at the Riverside Preparatory School for Boys on the Upper West Side, along with scholarship student Dan Humphrey.
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Gossip Girl character File: Chuck(1)Ed Westwick as Chuck Bass First appearance Book Series: Gossip Girl TV Series: "Pilot" Created by Cecily von Ziegesar Portrayed by Ed Westwick Information Aliases C Mother Chucker, Basshole, Chuck Basstard Gender Male Age 15-18 (book series) 16-18 (TV series) Date of birth May 19, 1991 Occupation High School Student CEO of Bass Industries (former) Billionaire Family Book series: Bartholomew Bass (father) Misty Bass (mother) Donald Bass (older brother) TV Series: Bartholomew Bass (father; deceased) Evelyn Bass (biological mother; deceased) Jack Bass (uncle) Lily van der Woodsen (adopted mother) Serena van der Woodsen (adopted sister) Eric van der Woodsen (adopted brother) Scott Ronsson (adopted brother) Relatives Book Series: Harry Bass (cousin) Address Plaza Hotel on the Upper East Side (book series) Suite 1812 The New York Palace Hotel in Midtown Manhattan 1112 Park Avenue, Upper East Side, Manhattan (TV series) Charles Bartholomew "Chuck" Bass is a fictional character in the best-selling Gossip Girl series of novels, and is portrayed by Ed Westwick in the television series of the same name.
Lazy and vain, Chuck's only interests are sex and money, and he is frequently chided by his father for lacking ambition and performing poorly in school.
He has a number of flings with numerous females and males, but his only serious relationship comes near the end of the series, when he begins dating Greg, a student who also briefly had a fling with a then-experimenting Dan Humphrey.