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Charlie Sheen (born Carlos Irwin Estévez, 3.9.1965)
Charlie Sheen is an American actor who rose to fame in the 1980s with films such as Platoon and Wall Street.
Childhood: Charlie Sheen was born in New York City, to the actor Martin Sheen and his partner, the artist Janet Templeton. Martin had adopted the stage name of Sheen, after the Catholic theologian Fulton J. Sheen. Charlie then copied his father's stage name when he took up acting. The family moved to California and Charlie attended Santa Monica High School.
At school, Sheen showed a keen interest in both sport and drama. He was friends with fellow actors Rob Lowe and Chris Penn and would make Super-8 films with them. Charlie Sheen did not graduate from high school, as he was expelled shortly beforehand, for his low grades and lack of attendance.
His brothers, Emilio Estevez and Ramon Estevez and sister, Renée Estevez are also actors.
Acting Career: Charlie Sheen's earliest foray into acting was at the age of nine, when he appeared in the movie The Execution of Private Slovik with his father in 1974. 10 years later, he landed a role in Red Dawn alongside Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. Two years later, Sheen and Grey would appear on-screen together again in the cult hit Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The film was directed by John Hughes, who also directed The Breakfast Club and Pretty In Pink.
Charlie Sheen's breakthrough role came in 1986, when he starred in Platoon, a drama about the Vietnam War, which also featured Willem Dafoe and Johnny Depp. Sheen's next movie was a return to sharing the screen with his father, as he had done as a child. Wall Street, like Platoon, was directed by Oliver Stone. The film detailed the greed and excess of young stockbrokers and starred Michael Douglas and Daryl Hannah.
Oliver Stone was due to cast Charlie Sheen in a lead role in Born on the Fourth of July. However, without telling Sheen, he re-cast the role with Tom Cruise. Sheen's brother, Emilio Estevez broke the news to him and as a result, Charlie Sheen refused to ever work with Oliver Stone again.
In 1987, Charlie Sheen appeared in Grizzly II: the Predator, a low-budget horror movie. The following year, he starred alongside his brother Emilio, as well as Keifer Sutherland, in Young Guns and in 1990, the brothers worked together again on Men at Work. That same year, he also worked with Clint Eastwood in the cop film The Rookie.
Charlie Sheen's first attempt at screenwriting came in 1997, with Discovery Mars, which went straight to video and focused on the question of whether or not there is life on Mars.
In 1998, Sheen starred in an action movie entitled No Code of Conduct, which was directed by Bret Michaels.
Following this action movie, Sheen worked in a string of comedy films, including Money Talks and Hot Shots! which was a spoof of films like Top Gun and also starred Lloyd Bridges. In the 1999 film Being John Malkovich, Charlie Sheen plays himself. The Spike Jonze-directed film also stars John Cusak and Cameron Diaz.
After appearing in the horror spoofs Scary Movie 3 and Scary Movie 4, Sheen worked on a number of TV shows. Firstly, he was cast to replace Michael J Fox in the sitcom Spin City, which ended in 2002. The next year, Charlie Sheen started playing Charlie Harper in the popular CBS comedy show Two and a Half Men, which frequently referenced Sheen's real-life 'bad-boy image'.
In 2008, Sheen took on the role of Dex Dogtective in the animated comedy Foodfight.
Personal Life: Charlie Sheen has a daughter, Cassandra Estevez (b.1984) with his former partner Paula Profit.
In 1990, Charlie Sheen was engaged to Kelly Preston. However, their relationship ended shortly after he shot her in the arm, causing a minor injury that required stitches.
In 1993, Sheen testified at the court trial of the notorious Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss. It was revealed that Charlie Sheen had spent over $50,000 on prostitutes.
In 1995, Charlie Sheen married Donna Peele. The marriage only lasted one year. In 2002, he married the actress Denise Richards and they have two daughters, Sam Sheen (b. 2004) and Lola Sheen (b.2005). Four years later, they, too were divorced. Sheen then went on to marry Brooke Mueller the couple have twins named Bob and Max (b. 2009)
Sheen also had some strong words for ‘Two And a Half Men’ creator Chuck Lorre.
Never one for shying away from controversy, Charlie Sheen gave a bizarre interview to an Australian radio station this morning, where he took credit for Woody Harrelson’s entire career and called out Chuck Lorre, again.
But perhaps more surprisingly, Sheen had some kind words for Ashton Kutcher, the actor who replaced him after he was fired from sitcom ‘Two And a Half Men’.
Charlie Sheen thinks he should be receiving flowers from Woody Harrelson
Continue reading: Charlie Sheen 'Gave' Woody Harrelson His Career
Last week the actor performed at an Anti Inaugural Ball hosted by Prophets of Rage.
Black was speaking to Variety at the Sundance Film Festival where he was promoting new film The Polka King with co-star Willie Garson and the two actors discussed Trump’s “obsession with winning.”
Jack Black has compared Donald Trump to Charlie Sheen
Continue reading: Jack Black Compares Donald Trump To Charlie Sheen "When He Was On Crack"
Sheen went public with his HIV battle in 2015, four years after he learned of his diagnosis.
More than a year after he went public with his HIV diagnosis and over half a decade since his infamous ‘tiger blood’ meltdown, Charlie Sheen has revealed in a new interview that he contemplated suicide upon learning his medical condition.
The 51 year old spoke with Michael Strahan in a discussion aired on ABC on Wednesday (January 11th), and they touched upon the moment that Sheen discovered in 2011 that he was HIV positive.
When he found out, the former ‘Two and a Half Men’ and ‘Anger Management’ star said he “immediately wanted to eat a bullet,” but that “my mom was there. I wouldn't do that in front of her or let her find me to clean up that mess.” Discovering his condition led him into a spiral of substance abuse that he described as a “suicide run”.
Continue reading: Charlie Sheen Reveals Suicidal Thoughts After HIV Diagnosis
Charlie Sheen , Piers Morgan - "An Audience with Charlie Sheen" at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane, interviewed by Piers Morgan at Theatre Royal Drury Lane - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 19th June 2016
Because promotional tours don't always run smoothly.
Sometimes it's not all that easy to be a superstar and have to sit through hours of promo for long periods of time, and sometimes it's not all that easy to get these celebrities to open up. Questions are sometimes inflammatory, arising in some angry parties and a lot of entertainment on YouTube the next day. Quentin Tarantino is often the subject of extremely uncomfortable interview sessions and it's no different with 'The Hateful Eight', but here's some of the most awkward interviews from TV history.
Remember Tarantino's painful Channel 4 interview?
Quentin Tarantino: 'I'm shutting your butt down!'
We might as well start with Tarantino, however. When controversial Channel 4 reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy asked him to speak about violence in his 2013 movie 'Django Unchained', he wasn't having any of it. It was a touchy subject that he'd talked about many times before, so it was no wonder he didn't want to repeat himself. Guru-Murthy is also known to have irked a number of other celebrities including Robert Downey Jr..
Sheen took it upon himself to denounce his ex-wife and mother of two of his children in a bilious Twitter rant on Father's Day.
Despite being a parent to five kids, it looks like Charlie Sheen didn’t have a particularly good Father’s Day. He spent a good part of Sunday tearing into Denise Richards via Twitter, describing his ex-wife as the “worst mom alive” and as “landfill rash”. You stay classy, Charlie.
“Denise Richards is a shake down piece of s*** doosh phace & worst mom alive!” Sheen ranted. “[A] despicable charlatan who sux ISIs ass!!!!” So many [sic]s there it’s barely worth bothering.
Charlie Sheen launched a profanity-filled tirade against ex-wife Denise Richards on Father's Day
Continue reading: Charlie Sheen Lays Into Denise Richards In Twitter Rant
Charlie Sheen and Jerry Ferrara - Jerry Ferrara meets Charlie Sheen on the set of 'Extra' and takes a cellphone photo of Sheen with his mom at Universal Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 12th May 2015
Bieber's ordeal, conducted by Kevin Hart, went down a storm, and was the third most-watched Comedy Central roast ever.
The much-anticipated Comedy Central roast of Justin Bieber, as expected, drew strong viewing figures when it was broadcast on Monday evening. With ratings of 4.4 million from 10pm to midnight, it was the night’s top-rated program in most male demographics and ranks as the network’s third most-watched roast ever, according to Variety.
Featuring the comedian-of-the-moment Kevin Hart as the roast master, celebrities as varied as Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg queued up to aim zingers at the 21 year old, the youngest person ever to be roasted. Subjects included his love life, music and numerous scrapes with the law. Even Will Ferrell made a special appearance as his character Ron Burgundy from the hit comedy Anchorman!
Justin Bieber was the subject of a well-received Comedy Central roast on Monday
Continue reading: Justin Bieber's Comedy Central Roast The Third Most Watched Ever
An extract of Jon Cryer's autobiography has been released and it details some very interesting, if not somewhat disturbing, incidents from Cryer's experience working with his former 'Two and a Half Men' co-star, Charlie Sheen.
Jon Cryer's autobiography, So What Happened?, is due to be released on April 7th. Fortunately for us, some of the most interesting sections have been pre-released and they largely concern the antics of Cryer's former Two and a Half Men star, Charlie Sheen. 49-year-old Cryer's depiction of Sheen is similar to how he is depicted in the public eye: wild, controversial and frequently embroiled in unusual relationships.
Jon Cryer's autobiography will be released in April.
49 year old Cryer kept professional and quiet during the Sheen sacking controversy four years ago, but his new memoir reveals all.
Charlie Sheen’s antics over recent years have become the stuff of legend, but one of the closest people to him kept largely quiet about what it was like to work alongside him. Until now.
Sheen’s ‘Two and a Half Men’ co-star Jon Cryer, except for a small handful of interviews, has never spilled the beans on what it was like to be around him on a daily basis, wisely choosing to quietly get on with his job and earn millions of dollars as part of the wildly popular comedy.
Selected excerpts from Jon Cryer's new memoir reveal what it was like to work with Sheen
Despite months of speculation, the 48-year-old chose not to appear in the finale of the beloved sitcom, but why?
Even though Charlie Sheen's beloved character Charlie Harper died on the CBS sitcom 'Two and a Half Men' in season 9, many fans were expecting the controversial actor to make a surprise return on Thursday night (Feb 19th) as the show aired its final episode, but he was nowhere to be seen.
Sheen chose not to appear in the sitcom's final epsiode
Sheen, who was famously fired from 'Two and a Half Men' back in 2011 by its creator Chuck Lorre, was eventually replaced by Ashton Kutcher's character Walden Schmidt for season 10, has hinted in the past several months that he will be making cameo appearance in the sitcom's last ever episode.
Well, Sheen did warn us in advance.
So if you've been keeping up with Two and a Half Men, you've noticed two things - first off, it ended. Second, there was a notable lack of Charlie Sheen in the final episode. After Uncle Charlie's return was teased online for months on end, fans expecting to see the tiger-blooded star were disappointed on Thursday night, when the episode aired and uncle Charlie was a no-show.
No Charlie Sheen in the finale? Then what was the point of all this?
We may never know the behind-the-scenes reasons for his absence, but here's what happened to the fictional character - and why he didn't make it into the finale.
Date of birth
3rd September, 1965
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