Charlie Sheen


Date Of Birth

September 3, 1965


Charlie Sheen is an actor who is best known for films like Major League and the Hot Shots! franchise. On TV, he easily became a household name first for playing Charlie Crawford on Spin City and then as Charlie Harper on Two and a Half Men.

The youngest son of actor Martin Sheen, Charlie made his movie debut when he was nine years old in his father's project, The Execution of Private Slovik. Since then, he became active in the big screen where he often landed roles with a "bad boy" image. His other credits include Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Lucas, The Boys Next Door, Platoon, Wall Street, Young Guns, The Rookie, The Chase, Being John Malkovich and the Scary Movie franchise.

After appearing on Spin City from 2000 to 2002, Sheen moved on to star on the CBS comedy Two and a Half Men in 2003. He earned numerous awards for playing a bachelor-playboy character that is loosely based on him. His character, however, was killed off during the ninth season of the show due to his substance abuse problem and public derogatory comments about the series creator and producers. Consequently, he was replaced by Ashton Kutcher.

Sheen's dismissal from the award-winning CBS series isn't the only controversial aspect in his life. He also has a colorful love life as he's already been married three times and has five children. In the past, Sheen accidentally shot his fiancee Kelly Preston in the arm, dated adult film actresses, and had highly publicized divorce and custody battle over his children with ex-wives Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller.

In 2012, Sheen landed the lead role on the FX TV series Anger Management, playing the role originated by Jack Nicholson in the film.

Place of Birth

New York City, NY

Birth Name

Carlos Irwin Estevez



Fun Facts

- His first wife is Donna Peele. They divorced on November 1996. He married actress Denise Richards on June 15, 2002 and had two children. They were divorced in 2006. Two years later, he wed Brooke Mueller and filed for divorce.

- He was born a "blue baby." His second name comes from the doctor who saved his life.

- He has been arrested several times, mostly from drug and alcohol use and alleged assault.

- He accidentally shot then fiancée Kelly Preston in the arm, causing her to leave him shortly afterwards.

- One of his hobbies is deep-sea fishing.

- On his chest, he has a tattoo of a note pinned that reads, "Be Back in 15 Minutes."

- He was educated at Chaminade-Julienne High School in Dayton, Ohio.



2009: TV Land Awards - Future Classic Award for: "Two and a Half Men". Shared.
2008: ALMA Award - Outstanding Male Performance in a Comedy Television Series for: "Two and a Half Men"
2002: Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy for: "Spin City"
1994: Star on the Walk of Fame
1989: Western Heritage Awards - Bronze Wrangler - Theatrical Motion Picture for: Young Guns. Shared.


2012: Anger Management (TV series)

2003- 2011: Two and a Half Men (TV series) - Charlie Harper

2010: Due Date - Charlie Harper

2010: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps - Bud Fox

2009: Foodfight! - Dex Dogtective (voice)

2006: Scary Movie 4 - Tom Logan

2003: Scary Movie 3 - Tom

2003: Deeper Than Deep - Chuck Traynor

2000-2002: Spin City (TV series) - Charlie Crawford

2001: Good Advice - Ryan Edward Turner

2000: Rated X (TV movie) - Artie Mitchell

1999: Being John Malkovich - Charlie

1999: Five Aces - Chris Martin

1999: Sugar Hill (TV series) - Matt

1998: No Code of Conduct - Jake Peterson

1998: Free Money - Bud Dyerson

1998: A Letter from Death Row - Cop #1

1998: Postmortem - James McGregor

1997: Discovery Mars (video) - Narrator

1997: The Fireman - Lyle Wilder

1997: Money Talks - James Russell

1997: Loose Women - Barbie Loving Bartender

1997: Shadow Conspiracy - Bobby Bishop

1996: The Arrival - Zane Zaminsky

1996: Friends (TV series) - Ryan

1996: All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 - Charles B. 'Charlie' Barkin

1996: Frame by Frame

1994: Terminal Velocity - Richard 'Ditch' Brodie

1994: Major League II - Rick 'Wild Thing' Vaughn

1994: The Chase - Jackson Davis Hammond

1993: The Three Musketeers - Aramis

1993: Deadfall - Morgan "Fats" Gripp

1993: Hot Shots! Part Deux - Topper Harley

1993: Loaded Weapon 1 - Valet

1992: Fixing the Shadow - Daniel 'Dan' Saxon

1991: Hot Shots! - Lt. Topper Harley/Rhett Butler/Superman

1990: The Rookie - David Ackerman

1990: Cadence - Bean

1990: Men at Work - Carl Taylor

1990: Navy Seals - Lt. Dale Hawkins

1990: Catchfire - Bob

1990: Courage Mountain - Peter

1989: Tale of Two Sisters - Narrator

1989: Major League - Ricky Vaughn

1988: Eight Men Out - Oscar 'Hap' Felsch

1988: Young Guns - Richard 'Dick' Brewer

1988: Never on Tuesday - Thief

1987: Wall Street - Bud Fox

1987: No Man's Land - Ted Varrick

1987: Three for the Road - Paul

1987: Predator: The Concert - Ron

1986: Wisdom - City Burger Manager

1986: Platoon - Chris

1986: The Wraith - Jake Kesey/The Wraith

1986: Ferris Bueller's Day Off - Boy in Police Station

1986: Lucas - Cappie

1986: Amazing Stories (TV series) - Casey

1986: A Life in the Day (short)

1985: The Boys Next Door - Bo Richards

1985: Out of the Darkness (TV movie) - Man Shaving

1985: The Fourth Wise Man (TV movie) - Maximus

1984: Silence of the Heart (TV movie) - Ken

1984: Red Dawn - Matt

1974: The Execution of Private Slovik (TV movie) - Kid at wedding


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Good Time Charlie




"[Studios] won't hire you, even though you screwed the same !$#!#s 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."

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