Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen

Highest Rated: 94% Being John Malkovich (1999)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Sep 3, 1965

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Charlie Sheen was an American film and television actor whose long and accomplished career goes all the way back to the early 1980s, and includes such celebrated works as "Platoon" (1986), "Wall Street" (1987), "Two and a Half Men" (CBS, 2003-2015), "Anger Management" (FX, 2012-14), and many others. Born in New York City and raised in Malibu, Sheen was born to be an actor. His father was the legendary actor Martin Sheen, while his mother Janet was also artistically inclined. As a young boy, Sheen was quickly drawn to acting. He and his older brother Emilio, who would later become a respected actor in his own right, would make Super 8 films together and would often cast their friends Sean Penn and Rob Lowe to play roles. Sheen became so immersed in acting that his grades began to suffer. He was subsequently expelled from Santa Monica High School. However, Sheen viewed his expulsion as a good omen that would allow him to pursue acting full time. By his late teens he was landing major film roles in "Red Dawn" (1984), "The Boys Next Door" (1985), and "Lucas" (1986), thus becoming one of the most popular young film actors of his generation. His first big break came in 1986 when Oliver Stone cast him as the lead in the Vietnam War drama "Platoon" (1986). The film would go on to win four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. The following year, Stone cast Sheen once again in his crime drama "Wall Street" (1987), which further cemented his A-list status. By the 1990s Sheen taking on more comedic roles in films like "Hot Shots!" (1991), "The Three Musketeers" (1993), and "Men at Work" (1990), the latter of which co-starred his brother Emilio. By the early 2000s Sheen began adding sitcom roles to his resume. He took over for Michael J. Fox, who left the series after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, on the ABC sitcom "Spin City" (ABC, 1996-2002), where he played the role of Charlie Crawford for the show's final two seasons. Then in 2003 Sheen was cast as a caddish jingle writer named Charlie Harper on the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men." The series was a smash hit with audiences and consistently ranked as one of the most watched sitcoms on network television. However, Sheen's contract was terminated in 2011 during the eighth season of the show after he made derogatory comments about the show's creator, Chuck Lorre, in the press. The comments came after Sheen entered a drug rehabilitation center for the third time in a year, forcing the show to go on an indefinite hiatus. CBS eventually hired Ashton Kutcher to replace Sheen on the series. After his removal from "Two and a Half Men" Sheen returned to TV as the lead of the FX comedy "Anger Management." That series ran for 100 episodes between 2012 and 2014. In 2015 Charlie Sheen revealed that he was HIV positive. He had been diagnosed four years prior and was managing the virus by taking a triple cocktail of various drugs. In 2017 Sheen starred in the drama "9/11." Whoopi Goldberg and Gina Gershon also starred in the film.

Highest rated movies

Being John Malkovich
Eight Men Out
Hot Shots!
Major League
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Wall Street




8% No Score Yet Grizzly II. Revenge Unknown (Character) - 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet #NoJoke Unknown (Character) - 2019
No Score Yet 92% Brothers in Arms Himself and Narrator (Character),
Executive Producer
- 2018
20% 42% 9/11 Jeffrey Cage (Character) $172.0K 2017
No Score Yet 28% Mad Families Charlie Jones (Character),
Executive Producer
- 2017
29% 34% Machete Kills Mr. President (Character) $7.9M 2013
4% 38% Scary Movie V Self $32.0M 2013
No Score Yet 10% Foodfight! Dex Dogtective (Voice) - 2012
16% 26% A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III Charles Swan III (Character) - 2012
No Score Yet 53% She Wants Me Charlie (Character),
Executive Producer
- 2012
No Score Yet 65% Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen Unknown (Character) - 2011
No Score Yet 23% 3 & 3 Self - 2006
15% 24% The Big Bounce Bob Rogers, Jr. (Character) $6.5M 2004
35% 54% Scary Movie 3 Farmer Tom (Character) $110.0M 2003
33% 48% Good Advice Ryan Edward Turner (Character) - 2001
25% 31% Rated X Artie Mitchell (Character) - 2000
No Score Yet 10% Five Aces Chris Martin (Character) - 1999
94% 87% Being John Malkovich Charlie (Character) $22.9M 1999
No Score Yet 21% Postmortem James McGregor (Character) - 1998
29% 26% Free Money Bud Dyerson (Character) - 1998
No Score Yet 44% No Code of Conduct Jake Peterson (Character) - 1998
No Score Yet 62% A Letter From Death Row Cop 1 (Character) - 1998
3% 17% Shadow Conspiracy Bobby Bishop (Character) $2.3M 1997
No Score Yet 46% Under Pressure Lyle Wilder (Character) - 1997
16% 71% Money Talks James Russell (Character) $41.1M 1997
66% 44% The Arrival Zane Zaminsky (Character) $14.1M 1996
No Score Yet No Score Yet Loose Women Barbie Loving Bartender (Character) - 1996
20% 39% All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 Charlie (Voice) $8.6M 1996
19% 22% Terminal Velocity Richard "Ditch" Brodie (Character) $16.5M 1994
5% 45% Major League II Rick 'Wild Thing' Vaughn (Character) $29.4M 1994
40% 37% The Chase Jackson Davis Hammond (Character),
Executive Producer
$8.0M 1994
0% 25% Deadfall Morgan "Fats" Gripp (Character) $9.2K 1993
58% 63% Hot Shots! Part Deux Topper Harley (Character) $38.6M 1993
28% 62% The Three Musketeers Aramis (Character) $53.7M 1993
18% 49% National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 Valet (Character) $28.0M 1993
No Score Yet 72% Beyond the Law Daniel `'Dan'` Saxon (Character) - 1992
85% 65% Hot Shots! Lt. Topper Harley/Rhett Butler/Superman (Character) $68.3M 1991
29% 36% The Rookie David Ackerman (Character) $20.3M 1990
42% 70% Cadence Bean (Character) $2.1M 1990
30% 44% Men at Work Carl Taylor (Character) $14.1M 1990
19% 42% Navy SEALS Lt. Dale Hawkins (Character) $24.7M 1990
83% 84% Major League Ricky Vaughn (Character) $49.8M 1989
50% 25% Backtrack Bob (Character) - 1989
No Score Yet 66% Courage Mountain Peter (Character) $1.3M 1989
42% 76% Young Guns Richard Brewer (Character) $43.4M 1988
87% 80% Eight Men Out Hap Felsch (Character) $4.3M 1988
No Score Yet 38% Never on Tuesday Thief (Character) - 1988
50% 62% No Man's Land Ted Varrick (Character) $1.1M 1987
78% 81% Wall Street Bud Fox (Character) $41.3M 1987
No Score Yet 45% Three for the Road Paul (Character) $724.5K 1987
73% 70% Lucas Cappie (Character) $7.9M 1986
89% 93% Platoon Pvt. Chris Taylor (Character) $138.5M 1986
36% 61% The Wraith Jake Kesey/The Wraith (Character) $1.4M 1986
81% 92% Ferris Bueller's Day Off Boy in Police Station (Character) $69.0M 1986
No Score Yet 82% The Fourth Wise Man Maximus (Character) - 1985
No Score Yet 52% The Boys Next Door Bo Richards (Character) - 1985
52% 65% Red Dawn Matt Eckert (Character) - 1984
No Score Yet 50% Silence of the Heart Ken (Character) - 1984
No Score Yet No Score Yet Grizzly II: Revenge Lance (Character) - 1983


No Score Yet 100% Jay Leno's Garage Guest 2019
No Score Yet 5% The View Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Guest 2017
No Score Yet 100% The Graham Norton Show Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Dr. Oz Show Guest 2013 2016
No Score Yet 76% The Goldbergs Garth Volbeck (Guest Star) 2015
23% 53% Anger Management Charlie Goodson (Character) 2012-2014
No Score Yet 75% The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Guest 2014
No Score Yet 87% Conan Guest 2013
No Score Yet 20% Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Guest 2012-2013
No Score Yet 10% Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2011-2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Wendy Williams Show Guest 2011-2012
No Score Yet 100% Dateline NBC Guest 2011
65% 66% Two and a Half Men Charlie Harper (Character) 2003-2011
No Score Yet 62% Family Guy Himself (Guest Voice) 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Lopez Tonight Guest 2009
81% 83% The Big Bang Theory Charlie Sheen (Guest Star) 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet Overhaulin' Self 2006
No Score Yet 100% The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Guest 2003
69% No Score Yet Spin City Dep. Mayor Charlie Crawford (Character) 2000-2002
No Score Yet 44% Saturday Night Live Host 2001
79% 93% Friends Ryan (Guest Star) 1996
No Score Yet 82% Amazing Stories Unknown (Character) 1986