Basic Information About Charlie Sheen
|Full Name||Charlie Sheen|
|Category||Celebrities › Actors|
|Professions||Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor, Television producer, Television Director, Film director|
|Date of birth||1965-09-03 (58 years old)|
|Place of birth||New York City|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Education||Santa Monica High School|
|Curiosities and Trademarks||Catchphrase: "Winning!"|
Distinctive gravelly voice
Playing characters named Charlie (or such like).
|Siblings||Ramon, Renee, and Emilio|
|Spouse||Brooke Mueller - (30 May 2008 - 2 May 2011) (divorced) (2 children)|
Denise Richards - (15 June 2002 - 30 November 2006) (divorced) (2 children)
Donna Peele - (3 September 1995 - 19 November 1996) (divorced)
|Kids||Max, Sam, Lola Rose, and Bob|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Social Media||↗︎ Wikipedia ↗︎ Instagram ↗︎ Twitter ↗︎ Facebook ↗︎ Imdb|
What Movie Awards did Charlie Sheen win?
Charlie Sheen awards
|Award Name||State||Movie / Series Name||Year|
|Bronze Wrangler - Theatrical Motion Picture||Winner||Young Guns||1989|
|ALMA Award - Outstanding Actor in a Television Series||Nominee||Spin City||2002|
|ALMA Award - Outstanding Actor in a Television Series||Nominee||Spin City||2001|
|Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||Winner||Spin City||2002|
|Actor - Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2010|
|Actor - Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2005|
|ALMA Award - Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2009|
|ALMA Award - Outstanding Male Performance in a Comedy Television Series||Winner||Two and a Half Men||2008|
|Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2006|
|Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2005|
|Blimp Award - Favorite Television Actor||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2007|
|Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Actor: Comedy||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2009|
|Teen Choice Award - Choice TV Actor: Comedy||Nominee||Two and a Half Men||2007|
|Future Classic Award -||Winner||Two and a Half Men||2009|
Charlie Sheen roles
|Movie / Series||Role|
|Being John Malkovich||Charlie|
|Young Guns||Dick Brewer|
|Grizzly II: The Predator||Lance|
|Major League||Ricky Vaughn|
|Wall Street||Bud Fox|
|Scary Movie 4||Tom Logan (uncredited)|
|Ferris Bueller's Day Off||Boy in Police Station|
|Hot Shots!||Topper Harley / Rhett Butler / Superman|
|Badlands||Boy Under Lamppost (uncredited)|
|The Three Musketeers||Aramis|
|Scary Movie 3||Tom|
|Scary Movie 5||Charlie Sheen|
|Machete Kills||Mr. President (as Carlos Estevez)|
|Hot Shots! Part Deux||Topper Harley|
|Due Date||Charlie Harper|
|Major League II||Rick 'Wild Thing' Vaughn|
|Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps||Bud Fox (uncredited)|
|The Wraith||Jake Kesey / The Wraith|
|The Arrival||Zane Zaminsky|
|Men at Work||Carl Taylor|
|Loaded Weapon 1||Valet|
|Navy Seals||Lt. Dale Hawkins|
|Eight Men Out||Hap Felsch|
|The Chase||Jack Hammond|
|Money Talks||James Russell|
|Foodfight!||Dex Dogtective (voice)|
|The Rookie||David Ackerman|
|Friends||Ryan 1 episode, 1996|
|The Goldbergs||Garth Volbeck 1 episode, 2015|
|Family Guy||Charlie Sheen 1 episode, 2010|
|Spin City||Charlie Crawford 45 episodes, 2000-2002|
|Saturday Night Live||Self - Host 1 episode, 2001|
|Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show||Self - Guest / ... 5 episodes, 2003-2006|
|Overhaulin'||Self 1 episode, 2006|
|The Girls Next Door||Self 1 episode, 2006|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Charlie Sheen (uncredited) unknown episodes|
|The Drew Carey Show||Charlie Sheen (uncredited) unknown episodes|
|Big Brother||Self 1 episode, 2005|
|Good Morning Britain||Self - Guest 1 episode, 2016|
|Watch What Happens: Live||Self 1 episode, 2017|
|Two and a Half Men||Charlie Harper 178 episodes, 2003-2011|
|Amazing Stories||Casey 1 episode, 1986|
|The Daily Show||Self - Guest 1 episode, 2003|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||Self - Guest 20 episodes, 1993-2014|
|Loose Women||Self 1 episode, 2019|
Charlie Sheen's Movie/Shows Salary
|Movie / Series||Salary|
|Three for the Road (1987)||$500,000|
|Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993)||$4,000,000|
|The Three Musketeers (1993)||$4,000,000|
|Terminal Velocity (1994)||$6,000,000|
|The Arrival (1996)||$5,250,000|
|Spin City (1996)||$2,750,000 (2000/2001 season)|
|Shadow Conspiracy (1997)||$4,000,000|
|No Code of Conduct (1998)||$2,000,000|
|Two and a Half Men (2003)||$1,800,000 per episode (2010)|
|Foodfight! (2011)||$7,142,857 (gross participation)|
|She Wants Me (2012)||$7,812,500 (gross participation)|
|Anger Management (2012)||$10,000,000 (2013-2014)|
|Madea's Witness Protection (2012)||$10,416,667 (gross participation)|
|Scary Movie 5 (2013)||$5,434,783 (gross participation)|
|Machete Kills (2013)||$6,410,256 (gross participation)|
Charlie Sheen's Quotes
- [Studios] won't hire you, even though you screwed the same whores and ate the bullet for it. Yet they pull you aside at a party and say you're their hero for the things you do. [Variety (August 14, 1997)]
- "This is like a sober acid trip" (his reaction to winning the Golden Globe Award!)
- Usually in a battle sequence when a bomb is going off, you forget you're acting.
- I don't think it's wise to dwell on regret. There's regret, sure. But whatever you've done good or bad, is a part of who you are now. That's the thing you can change and improve.
- "I'd begun drinking all the time. We shot in New York City, so I'd be out to the bars every night till 3 or 4 a.m., then try to show up for a 6 o'clock call to stand toe to toe with Michael Douglas and handle 50% of a scene. How could that work? Yet there I was, the guy that struck gold, looking around at dawn to find that the only one still partying was me. I'd be drinking away, doing blow [cocaine], popping pills, and telling myself I wasn't an addict, because there wasn't a needle stuck in my arm. Talk about mixing up fantasy and reality! My true addiction was alcohol. The extra toxic boosters just helped me shore up the wall between my celebrity self and my real self. The questions I was running from were: 'Is this success all a fluke? Had I been fooling everybody so far? Will I get caught?' It was easy to get hammered and messed up. But in doing so, I buried my self-respect, I buried my self-esteem, I buried my creative drive, and I damned near buried myself." - On filming Wall Street (1987) and his life at the time.
Charlie Sheen’s Rise and Fall: A Journey Through His Life and Career
Charlie Sheen is an American actor and producer who has had a controversial life in the public eye for over three decades. He rose to fame in the 198s with roles in films such as ‘Platoon,’ ‘Wall Street,’ and ‘Young Guns.’ He later became a television star with his most famous show being the sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men.’ Throughout his career, Sheen won numerous awards, including a Golden Icon Award and ALMA Award, and was once the highest-paid actor on television earning $1.25 million per episode.
Early Life and Education
Sheen was born Carlos Irwin Estevez on September 3, 1965, in New York City. His father is award-winning actor Martin Sheen and his mother is artist Janet Templeton. Charlie is the youngest of four siblings, including actors Renee Estevez, Emilio Estevez, and Ramon Estevez.
Growing up, Charlie spent his early years in New York before his family moved to Malibu, California. As a teenager, he attended Santa Monica High School where he developed an interest in acting. Despite being expelled just weeks before graduation due to poor grades and attendance, he went on to pursue acting full-time.
Career Ups and Downs
In 1984, Sheen got his first real role in the film ‘Red Dawn’ as a high school student caught up in a Soviet invasion of the United States. The following year brought more success with roles in the films ‘The Boys Next Door’ and ‘Lucas.’
In 1986, he starred in one of his most famous films, ‘Platoon.’ The movie earned him critical acclaim and a nomination for a Best Actor award at the Academy Awards.
Sheen got his big break on television in 2003 with ‘Two and a Half Men.’ He played the character of Charlie Harper for eight seasons before being abruptly dismissed amidst a public meltdown that included a tirade against show creator Chuck Lorre and reports of excessive substance abuse.
Anger Management Deal
It seemed Sheen would never be around the mainstream spotlight, but in 2012, he signed on to star in Anger Management as Dr. Charlie Goodson. Once again, Sheen’s series debuted with massive success, breaking viewership records. Despite initial success, the rest of the series’s run was met with lukewarm reception.
Loss of Fortune
After his dismissal from Two and a Half Men, Sheen had a hard time returning to Hollywood’s good graces. The media pounced on his erratic behavior, including his well-documented drug problems and run-ins with the law. As a result of Charlie’s highly publicized personal struggles, he lost enormous wealth and assets, including houses in Los Angeles and Mexico.
Substance Abuse and Health Struggles
Since the early 200s, Sheen has regularly run into trouble with drugs and alcohol. In 2011, he was fired from Two and a Half Men partly because he was having trouble committing to rehab and detox programs. In 2015, Sheen announced he was HIV positive, effectively ending years of allegations and rumors about his sexual health. In the years following his diagnosis, Sheen has maintained a low profile and focused on his health and well-being.
Marriages and Relationships
Throughout his life, Charlie’s romantic relationships have fed tabloids for years. In total, he has been married three times and has five children. Sheen’s first marriage was to model Donna Peele in 1995 which ended just a year later. His second marriage was to actress Denise Richards, with whom he has two daughters. Afterwards, he married Brooke Mueller in 2008, with whom he had twin boys. His final relationship was with adult film star Brett Rossi, although that ended poorly as well.
As a rich Hollywood actor, Sheen has owned many properties throughout his career. However, after losing most of his fortune liquidating his real estate holdings became necessary. He was able to offload several expensive Los Angeles area properties in the months and years following his career implosion.
What is Charlie Sheen’s Net Worth and Salary?
According to recent reports, Charlie Sheen’s net worth currently hovers at $10 million.
While that is still a significant amount of money, it represents a substantial fall in fortune for a man who was once worth closer to $150 million. Sheen only received around $2 million per episode for ‘Anger Menagement’, which is quite low compared to his past earnings. The reasons for this decline are mostly self-inflicted; Sheen’s well-documented personal struggles decimated his wealth and his public image effectively ruined his career.
The Bottom Line
Charlie Sheen’s story is an unfortunate one for such a talented actor, but it serves as a reminder of the risks of substance abuse and the bearing of poor life choices and on career and financial success. Hopefully, Sheen will continue to focus on his health and well-being while maintaining the public low profile that has been his hallmark in recent years.
Interesting Facts about Charlie Sheen
- 9/27/99: His request for an early end to his probation for drugs that extends to 6/6/00 was denied by a Malibu judge.
- Accidentally shot then fiancée Kelly Preston in the arm. Soon after that incident, she left him and married her formerly platonic friend John Travolta.
- Was born a "blue baby". The doctor who saved him was named Irwin and his parents named him after the doctor.
- He fought constantly with older brother Emilio Estevez. He was a good student, but then let his grades slip when he skipped school in high school to play baseball.
- Member of the 1983 Santa Monica High School varsity baseball team coached by José López.
- 5/22/98: Upon release from the hospital, he checked into Promises, a rehab center, where he stayed for only one day. His car was later pulled over and police arrested him for using medications and drinking. Sheen re-entered Promises on doctor's orders.
- 5/20/98: Hospitalized in Thousand Oaks, CA, for a drug overdose.
- 5/21/97: Charged with misdemeanor battery against his ex-girlfriend Brittany Ashland.
- 5/21/96: Arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman at his home in Agoura, CA. The woman claims she was pushed to the floor and knocked out.
- Son of actor Martin Sheen and Janet Sheen.
- Brother of actor Emilio Estevez, Renée Estevez and Ramon Estevez.
- Children: daughter Cassandra Jade Estevez, with ex-girlfriend Paula Profit, daughters Sam Sheen (born March 9, 2004) and Lola Rose Sheen (born June 1, 2005), with Denise Richards.
- 1991: He and a close friend found themselves in possession of Guinea Pig: Ginî piggu - Akuma no jikken (1985), rumored to contain actual snuff footage. Unable to convincingly explain away the atrocities as special effects work, they called the FBI, which tracked down the makers of the film, who convinced them that the onscreen deaths were indeed special effects.
- Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1986" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 38.
- He was considered for Tom Cruise's role in Born on the Fourth of July (1989). He thought he had the role in the bag until Emilio Estevez broke the news that Cruise won the role. Sheen was so angry about losing the role that he didn't speak to Oliver Stone again for years.
- 4/23/98: A thief stole two dozen rare baseball cards belonging to Sheen in NYC -- the cards, on loan from the star and valued at $170,000, were housed in a display case at the Official All-Star Cafe, a sport-themed restaurant in Times Square.
- Loves barbeque sauce, and has even thought about releasing his own brand someday.
- His first film with George Clooney, Grizzly II: The Concert (2020), stayed unreleased because of FX problems.
- Drove Ben Affleck to Promises Rehabilitation Center in Malibu, CA, for treatment of alcohol abuse. [August 2001]
- Uncle of Taylor Estevez and Paloma Estevez. Joe Estevez is his uncle.
Additional information of Charlie Sheen
|Best Match for Marriage||Taurus, Capricorn|
and Denise Richard
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|