Charlie Sheen is an American actor, writer and producer. He is the son of Martin Sheen and Janet Sheen. Charlie has two brothers and one sister all of whom are now actors. Their names are Emilio Estevez, Ramon Esteves, and Renee Esteves. Sheen had his first daughter, Cassandra Jade Estevez in 1985 with then girlfriend Paula Profit. He was married to Donna Peele from September 3rd, 1995 until November 19th, 1996. He was also married to Denise Richards, with whom he has two daughters, Sam Esteves (born March 9, 2004) and Lola Esteves (born June 1, 2006). Charlie and new wife, Brooke Mueller, are expecting twin boys in April 2009.
Charlie has earned a reputation as a solid talent. He made his screen debut as a youth in the telefilm The Execution of Private Slovik (1974), which starred his father. He also appeared with his father in 1979's Apocalypse Now. Charlie provided a notably c performance in Red Dawn (1984), but really made his mark in Oliver Stone's harrowing Vietnam saga, Platoon (1986). Other hit films include Wall Street (1987), Young Guns (1988), Major League (1989), The Rookie (1990), and Hot Shots! (1991).
Charlie has starred in two hit television series. His first major leading television role was in the ABC hit, Spin City where he was given the new leading role because Michael J. Fox retired due to Parkinson's disease. He played the role of Charlie Crawford for two seasons. Sheen currently stars in the CBS mega-hit, Two And A Half Men.… Expand
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|Machete Kills||Oct 11, 2013||U.S. President / Mr. President / The President / U.S. President||6.6|
|Scary Movie 5||Apr 12, 2013||Cast / Himself / Tom Logan / Charlie Sheen / Himself||2.6|
|A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III||Feb 8, 2013||Charles Swan III / Charles Swan III||5.0|
|Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps||Sep 24, 2010||Bud Fox||5.8|
|The Big Bounce||Jan 30, 2004||Bob Rogers, Jr.||2.9|
|Scary Movie 3||Oct 24, 2003||Tom||6.7|
|Famous||Aug 22, 2001||Himself||8.0|
|Young Guns||Aug 12, 1988||Richard 'Dick' Brewer||7.2|
|Wall Street||Dec 11, 1987||Bud Fox||7.8|
|Ferris Bueller's Day Off||Jun 11, 1986||Boy In Police Station||8.2|