Charlie Sheen Wiki
Charlie Sheen (3 September 1965), a stage name for Carlos Irwin Estévez, is an American actor.
He has acted in movies like The Arrival, Wall Street, The Rookie, The Three Musketeers, and Platoon.
|Date of Birth||3 September 1965|
|Place of Birth||New York, New York, United States|
|Wife(s)||Donna Peele (m. 1995–1996)|
Denise Richards (m. 2002–2006)
Brooke Mueller (m. 2008–2011)
|Net worth||$8 million (estimated)|
Charlie Sheen Background
Charlie Sheen was the youngest child of actor Martin Sheen (real name Ramón Estévez) and visual artist Janet Templeton. He was born Carlos Estévez in New York City on September 3, 1965. His paternal grandparents left Galicia (Spain) and Ireland, respectively, to immigrate to America.
He said in 2011 that his mother was a Southern Baptist and that his father was a Catholic. Emilio and Ramon, two of his older brothers, and Renée, his younger sister, are all performers as well. In response to Martin’s Broadway performance in The Subject Was Roses, his parents relocated to Malibu, California.
Sheen made his debut in a movie when he was nine years old in his father’s 1974 production, The Execution of Private Slovik.
Charlie Sheen Education
Charlie Sheen and Robert Downey Jr. were both baseball team members at Santa Monica High School in Santa Monica, California, where Downey Jr. was a great pitcher and shortstop.
At Santa Monica High School, he displayed an early interest in acting by producing rudimentary Super 8 films under his birth name alongside his brother Emilio, Rob Lowe, and Sean Penn. Sheen was dismissed from school for having poor attendance and grades a few weeks before graduation. He chose the stage name Charlie Sheen and decided to become an actor.
Charlie Sheen was an English variant of his birth name Carlos, while his father’s last name Sheen was a tribute to Catholic archbishop and theologian Fulton J. Sheen.
Charlie Sheen Career
Charlie Sheen’s film career began in 1983 when he was chosen to play Ron in the low-budget horror sequel to 1976’s Grizzly, Grizzly II: The Predator, which wasn’t released until 2020. He starred alongside Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Lea Thompson, and Jennifer Grey in the Cold War teen drama Red Dawn in 1984. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off had a brief moment in which Sheen and Grey reconciled (1986).
He also made an appearance in an episode of the Amazing Stories anthology series. Sheen’s first significant performance came in the Vietnam War movie Platoon (1986). He appeared in Wall Street with his father in 1987. Oliver Stone directed both Platoon and Wall Street. Stone initially approached Sheen about playing the lead role in his 1989 picture Born on the Fourth of July, but ultimately decided to cast Tom Cruise. Stone never informed Sheen about the change; he learned of it via his brother Emilio. Sheen had a cameo in Money Never Sleeps but did not play the lead in any of Stone’s subsequent movies.
Sheen was chosen to co-star with Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman in Roman Coppola’s surreal comedy movie A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III in 2012.
Sheen was given the name Carlos Estévez when he appeared in the 2013 movie Machete Kills as the President of the United States. It was Sheen’s idea to use his biological name for the movie; it was a one-time decision because of the Hispanic tone of the movie. Sheen’s birth name was displayed with a “and introducing…” tag in the movie’s teaser and opening credits.
The ensemble movie 9/11 (2017), which is a remake of Patrick Carson’s 9/11 stage play Elevator, was Sheen’s subsequent full-length film endeavor. Whoopi Goldberg, Gina Gershon, Luis Guzmán, Wood Harris, Jacqueline Bisset, and Bruce Davison also made appearances in the movie.
Sheen debuted his Sheen Kids apparel brand for kids in 2006. While he was a member of the Two and a Half Men ensemble, Sheen established two Guinness World Records in 2011: “Highest Paid TV Actor Per Episode – Current” at $1.25 million and “Fastest Time to Reach 1 Million Followers on Twitter” (adding an average of 129,000 new followers per day). Sheen joined Ad.ly, a marketing firm that specializes in Twitter and Facebook promotions, on March 3, 2011.
Sheen announced a national tour titled “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option” on March 10. The tour kicked off on April 2 in Detroit. A Ticketmaster record, the tour sold out in under 18 minutes. On the other hand, the Detroit Free Press published a piece on April 1, 2011, stating that as of March 30, more than 1000 tickets were still available from a third-party reseller, some for 15% less than the least expensive seats offered by the Fox Theater.
According to The Huffington Post, Sheen was anticipated to make $7 million from the North American tour and $1 million from Twitter sponsorships in 2011. Many people who saw the April 2 concert in Detroit thought it to be disappointing; nevertheless, the subsequent performance in Chicago, which included significant changes, was well received.
Sheen was revealed to be the partner and face of “NicoSheen,” a brand of disposable e-cigarettes and associated goods.
Sheen was the host on August 13, 2011, during the Insane Clown Posse’s 12th annual Gathering of the Juggalos. He received a mixed response from the audience but has shown support for the subculture by identifying as a Juggalo and donning a baseball cap with the Psychopathic Records emblem both in public and during Anger Management production sessions.
Charlie Sheen Wife
Charlie Sheen has had three marriages. Sami Sheen, Cassandra Jade Estevez, Lola Rose Sheen, Max Sheen, Bob Sheen, and one grandson are his five children.
His oldest child is the result of a prior union with Paula Profit, a former high school flame who has also gone by the name of Paula Speert. Sheen has a granddaughter named Luna through his eldest daughter, Cassandra Estevez.
Charlie Sheen wed Donna Peele on September 3, 1995, making her his first marriage. Sheen was listed as a customer of an escort service run by Heidi Fleiss in the same year. In 1996, Sheen and Peele were divorced.
On the production of Good Advice in 2000, Sheen got to know the actress Denise Richards. In October 2001, when Richard appeared as a guest star on Sheen’s television program Spin City, they started dating. On December 26, 2001, they got engaged, and on June 15, 2002, they wed at Gary David Goldberg’s farm.
They are parents to two girls (born in 2004 and 2005). Richards filed for divorce from Sheen in March 2005, alleging that he had used drugs and alcohol, had threatened to harm her, had viewed gay pornography with “guys who looked underage,” and had feelings for underage girls. Later, Sheen would refute these assertions, claiming that the FBI had checked his devices and was “informed” of the accusations. Prior to a custody battle over their two girls, the divorce was officially settled in November 2006.
Sheen wed Brooke Mueller, his third wife, on May 30, 2008, and the two later welcomed twin sons. Sheen’s divorce petition was filed in November 2010. Police took the couple’s sons out of Sheen’s house on March 1, 2011. Sheen stated, “I kept really calm and concentrated,” on NBC’s Today.
The divorce between Sheen and Mueller was finalized on May 2, 2011.
Charlie Sheen Net worth
Charlie Sheen has an estimated net worth of $8 million. He is an American Actor who has acted in movies like The Arrival, Wall Street, The Rookie, The Three Musketeers, and Platoon.