Born In: NNew York, New York, United States
Carlos Irwin Estevez, popularly known as Charlie Sheen is an American movie and television actor. He started acting at a very young age and appeared in ‘Super 8’ movies. He started doing cameos in movies during the late 80’s and it was finally in 2000, that he appeared in a meaty role on television in the series called ‘Spin City’. His performance was critically acclaimed and he received a Golden Globe for it. Soon after that he got the biggest role of his acting career in CBS’s ‘Two and a Half Men’. He worked on the series for almost 8 years and received many Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. The series had put him on the top of highest paid television actors’s list. It was in 2011, that Sheen was dismissed from the show because of his erratic behavior, which was a result of his drugs and alcohol induced lifestyle, and Ashton Kutcher was hired in his place. Sheen had always been in the limelight for his alcoholism and drug abuse issues. He had been married twice and is known for abusing his women. From 2012 to 2014, he starred on FX's 'Anger Management.'
Also Known As: Carlos Irwin Estévez
father: Martin Sheen
mother: Janet Sheen
children: Bob Sheen, Cassandra Jade Estevez, Lola Rose Sheen, Max Sheen, Sam Sheen
Born Country: United States
Ancestry: Irish American, Spanish American
U.S. State: New Yorkers
Charlie Sheen was born in New York to Martin Sheen and Janet Sheen. His father is a well known actor in the Hollywood film fraternity and his mother was an artist. He has 3 siblings.
In 1986, Charlie Sheen did his first main parts in the movies ‘Platoon’ which was a Vietnam War drama and also worked with his father in ‘Wall Street. Both movies were directed by the same director, Oliver Stone.
In 1988, ‘Born on the Fourth of July’ was offered to Sheen by Stone but later Tom Cruise was chosen for the role and Sheen was never informed about it, which is why he never took part in his next venture.
In 1990, Sheen did the movie ‘Cadence’ which was his father, Martin Sheen’s directorial venture. He played the role of a rebellious army bulwark. He also did Clint Eastwood’s ‘The Rookie’ in the same year.
In 2000, Charlie Sheen did his first major role on the television for the first time when for the last two seasons of ‘Spin City’ he replaced Michael J. Fox. He received a Golden Globe award for his outstanding performance.
In 1990, Charlie Sheen proposed to actress Kelly Preston but their engagement could not materialize into marriage as he accidently shot her and she called the wedding off. After that he checked into a rehab.
In 2011, he was romantically linked to the adult movie star Bree Olson.
Charlie Sheen Movies
(Thriller, Drama, Crime)
(Drama, Fantasy, Comedy)
|2002||Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||Spin City (1996)|
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