Charlie Sheen's attorney says the actor plans to return to work on 'Two and a Half Men' in two weeks.
Charlie Sheen plans to return to work in two weeks.
Filming on the 45-year-old actor's sit-com 'Two and a Half Men' is currently suspended while he receives rehab treatment at home in Los Angeles but he is said to be doing "really well" and hopes to resume his duties soon.
Charlie's attorney, Yale Galanter, told E! News: "We are thinking Charlie will be going back to work two weeks from today (07.02.11).
"Charlie is fine healthwise and doing really well. Things are looking good. Everybody's intentions are to get him back in the swing of things as soon as possible."
The actor - who sought treatment after being rushed to hospital in January following a 36-hour alcohol and cocaine binge with several porn stars - is receiving support from his loved ones and was planning to see Bob and Max, his 22-month-old twin sons with estranged wife Brooke Mueller, today.
Yale added: "They are a very close-knit family. Charlie has seen all of his kids since he was in the hospital. He is even spending time with the boys today."
As well as Bob and Max, Charlie also has daughters Sam, six, and Lola, five, with ex-wife Denise Richards, and Cassandra, 26, with former girlfriend Paula Profitt.