Charlie Sheen

Birthday: Sep 3, 1965
Birthplace: New York City, NY
A leading man who has displayed a knack for action, comedy, and dramatic roles, Charlie Sheen is nearly as well known for his offscreen exploits as for his acting, though after suffering through scandals that would have ended many performers' careers, he overcame bad press and bad habits to enjoy a major comeback on television in the late '90s. Charlie Sheen was born Carlos Irwin Estevez to actor Martin Sheen (born Ramon Estevez) and his wife, Janet Templeton, on September 3rd, 1965. By all accounts, young Charlie wasn't an especially distinguished student; though he was a star on Santa Monica High School's baseball team, he was expelled due to poor attendance and bad grades only a few weeks before his class graduated. During his school days, Sheen developed an interest in filmmaking, making amateur Super-8 films starring his school friends (who included Rob Lowe and Sean Penn), and after leaving school, Sheen decided to take a stab at an acting career, like his father (and his older brother, Emilio Estevez). While Sheen played a bit part in one of his father's films, The Execution of Private Slovik, when he was nine, he began his screen career in earnest in 1984, playing Matt Eckhart in the Cold War thriller Red Dawn. (Earlier that same year, Sheen played a small role in a sequel to the horror film Grizzly which didn't see release until 1987; Grizzly 2: The Predator also featured a then-unknown George Clooney.) After good-sized roles in several made-for-TV movies and smaller roles in better-known feature films (including Lucas and Ferris Bueller's Day Off), Sheen got his big break in 1986 when he was cast as Chris, a soldier with conscience in Oliver Stone's Oscar-winning Vietnam drama Platoon. In 1987, Sheen starred in Stone's next project, Wall Street, and after establishing himself as a solid dramatic actor, Sheen proved he also had a flair for comedy in the 1989 hit Major League. The role also gave Sheen a chance to show off his pitching arm; a year earlier, Sheen got to play real-life center fielder Hap Felsch in John Sayles' drama about the 1919 "Chicago Black Sox" scandal, Eight Men Out. Sheen's next major success was also a comedy, the 1991 military-film satire Hot Shots, and while box-office blockbusters tended to elude him, Sheen worked steadily over the next several years, and racked up a respectable number of box-office successes.By this time, Sheen had developed a reputation as a hard-living star who spoke his mind regardless of the consequences, but his fun-loving image began to take on a darker hue in the mid-'90s. In 1990, Sheen was engaged to marry actress Kelly Preston, but she left him shortly after an incident in which he accidentally shot her in the arm. In 1995, Sheen tied the knot with model Donna Peele, but the marriage ended in divorce only 14 months later. The same year he was wed, Sheen was called to testify in the trial of "Hollywood Madame" Heidi Fleiss, and admitted he was a frequent customer of Fleiss' call girl service, spending over 50,000 dollars on the services of prostitutes. In the wake of the Heidi Fleiss scandal, Sheen did himself no favors in terms of public relations by openly dating a pair of adult film actresses, Ginger Lynn Allen and Brittany Ashland; his relationship with Ashland came to an end when she filed assault charges against him. Sheen's bad-boy image turned especially grim in 1998, when he was hospitalized for drug and alcohol abuse; after a short-lived stay in rehab, Sheen gave sobriety another try, and by 1999 he was, by all accounts, clean and sober and ready to get his career back on track. In 1999, Sheen's brother, Emilio Estevez, cast him as real-life adult filmmaker Artie Mitchell in the made-for-cable feature Rated X -- a daring role, given Mitchell's drug abuse and sexual promiscuity -- and the following year, Sheen became Hollywood's comeback kid when he was cast in the leading role of the popular situation comedy Spin City after the departure of actor Michael J.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Brothers in Arms Actor 2018
No Score Yet Brothers in Arms Executive Producer 2018
11% 9/11 Jeffrey Cage $0.2M 2017
No Score Yet I Am Sam Kinison Actor 2017
No Score Yet Mad Families Charlie Jones Executive Producer 2017
No Score Yet Brothers in War Actor 2014
4% Scary Movie 5 Charlie Sheen $32.1M 2013
16% A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III Charles Swan III $34.3K 2013
No Score Yet She Wants Me Producer Charlie 2012
No Score Yet Foodfight! Dex Dogtective 2012
No Score Yet Guilty Hearts Actor 2011
No Score Yet Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen Actor 2011
40% Due Date Charlie Harper $100.5M 2010
No Score Yet Hell's Kitchen: A New York Neighborhood Actor 2007
35% Scary Movie 4 Tom $90.7M 2006
16% The Big Bounce Bob Rogers Jr. $6.4M 2004
35% Scary Movie 3 Tom 2003
43% Lisa Picard Is Famous Himself 2001
25% Rated X Artie Mitchell 2001
29% Good Advice Ryan Edward Turner 2001
No Score Yet A Tour of the Inferno: Revisiting 'Platoon' Actor 2001
29% Free Money Bud 1999
93% Being John Malkovich Ídem. 1999
No Score Yet Under Pressure Lyle Walden 1999
No Score Yet Five Aces Chris Martin 1999
No Score Yet No Code of Conduct Screenwriter Jake Patterson Executive Producer 1999
No Score Yet Letter from Death Row Cop No. 1 1998
No Score Yet Postmortem James McGregor 1998
No Score Yet Bad Day on the Block (Under Pressure) (The Fireman) Actor 1997
16% Money Talks James Russell 1997
0% Shadow Conspiracy Bobby Bishop 1997
64% The Arrival Zane Ziminski 1996
20% All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 Charlie Barkin 1996
20% Terminal Velocity Ditch Brodie 1994
5% Major League II Rick Vaughn 1994
37% The Chase Jackson David "Jack" Hammond Executive Producer 1994
31% The Three Musketeers Aramis 1993
0% Deadfall Martin Gripp 1993
57% Hot Shots! Part Deux Topper Harley 1993
18% National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 Valet 1993
No Score Yet Beyond the Law Daniel 'Dan' Saxon 1992
83% Hot Shots! Sean `Topper' Harley 1991
50% Catchfire (Backtrack) Bob 1990
29% The Rookie David Ackerman 1990
28% Men at Work Carl Taylor 1990
19% Navy Seals Dale Hawkins 1990
No Score Yet Courage Mountain Peter 1989
42% Cadence Pvt. Franklin Bean Jr. 1989
83% Major League Ricky Vaughn 1989
No Score Yet Tale of Two Sisters Actor 1989
86% Eight Men Out Hap Felsch 1988
41% Young Guns Dick Brewer 1988
No Score Yet Never on Tuesday Thief (uncredited) 1988
78% Wall Street Bud Fox 1987
50% No Man's Land Ted Varrick 1987
No Score Yet Three For The Road Paul 1987
88% Platoon Chris 1986
33% The Wraith The Wraith/Jake Kesey 1986
80% Ferris Bueller's Day Off Boy in Police Station 1986
70% Lucas Cappie 1986
No Score Yet The Boys Next Door Bo Richards 1986
No Score Yet Wisdom City Burger Manager 1986
No Score Yet Out of the Darkness Man having a shave 1985
No Score Yet Silence of the Heart Ken Cruze 1984
46% Red Dawn Matt 1984
No Score Yet The Execution of Private Slovik Actor 1974


63% Two and a Half Men
Charlie Harper
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No Score Yet Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen
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No Score Yet The View
  • 2017
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No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
  • 2016
No Score Yet The Goldbergs
Dude in Police Station
  • 2015
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23% Anger Management
Charlie Goodson Charlie
  • 2014
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No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
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No Score Yet Conan
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No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
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No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
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No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
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No Score Yet 20/20
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No Score Yet Family Guy
  • 2010
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
  • 2004
66% Spin City
Charlie Crawford
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No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
Host Guest
  • 2001