Embattled TV star Charlie Sheen is planning to take his one-man comedy show to Haiti and donate all proceeds to charity.
The actor has been selling out venues across the U.S. with his Charlie Sheen Live: My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option tour and now he's in negotiations to take the show to the earthquake-ravaged country.
According to Tmz.com, Sheen has been working closely with Sean Penn to set up the benefit event after recently agreeing to jet to the Caribbean nation on a humanitarian mission.
Earlier this month (Mar11), Penn confirmed the unemployed actor was lending his help to the JP Haitian Relief Organization, the charity the Milk star set up in the aftermath of last year's (10) devastating earthquake.
Sheen has been out of work since TV producers fired him from his long-running hit sitcom, Two and a Half Men.