Kiefer Sutherland - Kiefer Sutherland Worries About Sheen
Kiefer Sutherland is worried about his friend Charlie Sheen, but thinks the troubled actor will ''land on his feet''.
Kiefer Sutherland thinks Charlie Sheen will "land on his feet".
The former '24' star - who starred with the troubled actor in 'The Three Musketeers' and 'Young Guns' - admits he is worried about his friend's recent erratic behaviour and sympathises with Charlie's father Martin Sheen, who was recently quizzed on his son's troubles.
Kiefer - who has a 23-year-old daughter Sarah from his marriage to Camelia Kath - said: "A British interviewer asked him, 'I'm sorry to bother you about this, it must be a difficult time with everything your son is going through, how do you feel?' He as a father said, 'You have to love more.' And as a father, that really touched me. And so with regards to Charlie, I mean he's one of those cats that always seem to land on his feet and I wish him the best.
"I care a lot about him. And obviously, like a lot of people you get worried, but it's not something I know a whole lot about."
Despite his comments, Kiefer, 44, claimed he didn't know much about Charlie's recent antics - including being fired from 'Two and a Half Men' following a tirade against the programme's creator Chuck Lorre, losing custody of his two-year-old twin sons Bob and Max and moving two girlfriends into his home - because he doesn't have a computer.
Speaking on US TV show 'The View', he said: "I haven't watched a whole lot of it. I'm the last person I know without a computer and I'm not into all of that stuff yet. I know Charlie as a really funny, talented, loyal, fiercely loyal guy. And clearly people are concerned about him and worried about him."