'Anger Management' star Charlie Sheen is said to be halfway to a huge £150 million payday - and he will hit that figure if the sitcom secures a syndication deal once it reaches 100 episodes
Charlie Sheen is reportedly halfway to a $150 million payday.
The 'Anger Management' star is set to make a huge amount of money from the sitcom - which will be eligible for syndication next year.
Gossip website TMZ explained that the programme - which recently filmed its 50th episode - can be sold off to TV stations around the world once it hits a landmark 100 episodes.
Syndication is said to be a big money-maker for TV shows, and the potential deals are expected to see Charlie earn at least $150 million.
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