Charlie Sheen young
September 03, 1965
5 ft 10 in | 177 cm
83 kg | 183 pounds
43 in | 109 cm
11 US | 44 EU
36 in | 91.5 cm
Charlie Sheen was born in New York City, New York, United States on September 3, 1965, is an American actor. Young Charlie Sheen made his big screen debut in war disaster film Red Dawn (1984) in role as Matt Eckert, with Patrick Swayze. Charlie's breakthrough performance came as Private First Class Chris Taylor in Vietnam War drama film Platoon (1986) directed by Oliver Stone.
He played Charlie Harper in CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men (2003-2011), for which he earned US$1.8 million per episode.
Lucas (1986) romantic comedy drama with Winona Ryder and Corey Haim
Wall Street (1987) drama crime opposite Michael Douglas, Martin Sheen and Daryl Hannah
Young Guns (1988) western with Kiefer Sutherland, Emilio Estevez and Lou Diamond Phillips
Major League (1989) sports comedy opposite Tom Berenger
Money Talks (1997) action comedy opposite Chris Tucker and Heather Locklear
Scary Movie 3 (2003) horror comedy in role as Tom Logan
Scary Movie 5 (2013) horror comedy opposite Lindsay Lohan
Free Money (1998) comedy drama with Marlon Brando, Mira Sorvino and Donald Sutherland
The Rookie (1990) drama thriller with Clint Eastwood
Men at Work (1990) action black comedy with Emilio Estevez
Navy Seals (1990) military action with Bill Paxton and Michael Biehn
The Wraith (1986) action thriller with Sherilyn Fenn
Cadence (1991) drama opposite Martin Sheen
Machete Kills (2013) action directed by Robert Rodriguez
Mad Families (2017) comedy opposite David Spade and Charlotte McKinney
9/11 (2017) drama opposite Gina Gershon and Whoopi Goldberg
He made his television debut in sitcom Spin City (2000–2002), in role as Charlie Crawford.
He was married to actress Denise Richards (2002-2006), they have two daughters.
He has been married three times, has five children.
Loves deep sea fishing.
Is a baseball fan.
His father is actor Martin Sheen.
He has 12 tattoos.
He revealed that he is HIV positive, in 2015.
Lives in Beverly Hills and Malibu, California.
My father gave me some pretty bad advice - keep it honest, which I did. People ask, why am I so honest with the press? I don't have an answer. I suppose I'm honest everywhere else. Why should it stop here? Most of my shit sounds like lies. But all my stories are true, and that's the problem. They call me the last honest man in Hollywood. But I care what people think, we all do.
I just don't want to live like I used to. And at some point, I'm going to put a gag order on myself in terms of talking about the past. I've got to slam the door and deal with the present and the future.
You either love or you hate. You live in the middle, you get nothing.
I try to be known more for my work than for anything else.
There have to be more important things going on in the world than my past.
I think I have a duty as a recovering guy to help, to make my knowledge of what I went through accessible.
Usually in a battle sequence when a bomb is going off, you forget you're acting.