Carlos Irwin Esteves, better known as television and movie actor Charlie Sheen, was born September 3, 1965. He is the youngest son of Emmy Award winning actor Martin Sheen and Janet Templeton. His older brothers Emilio and Ramon and his younger sister Renee also work in the film industry, but Charlie is thought to have the most successful career to date. Sheen is currently divorced and has been married three times; first to Donna Peele from 1995 to 1996, then to actress Denise Richards from 2002 to 2006 and most recently to actress Brooke Mueller from 2008 to 2011. Sheen has five children, the first a daughter with his former high school girlfriend, and one grand daughter as well.
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2. Income & Salary
Charlie Sheen is best known these days as the lecherous but lovable star of the show Two and a Half Men–a role for which he received a reported 1.25 million dollars an episode–and more recently as a therapist for the television show Anger Management. Incidentally, the name for both of these characters is ‰ÛÏCharlie.‰Û Sheen began his career with the cult classic Red Dawn and has had a very respectable line of work ever since from major roles in the blockbuster movies Wall Street and Platoon–which grossed 138.5 million domestically– to his jump to the small screen as deputy mayor in Spin City, a role for which he won his first Golden Globe.
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3. Estimated Net Worth
Sheen’s net worth is currently estimated to be 125 million dollars. In 2012, Chuck Lorre was forced to buy out Sheen’s contract for his role in Two and a Half Men–for which he was already the highest paid actor on television–for an immediate payment of 25 million and additional future payments which will add up to 125 million. In addition, he picked up a contract for another 90 episodes of Anger Management for which he will most likely earn another 100 million dollars. Honestly, if this is the financial reward for getting fired and having a public meltdown, most of us would say ‰ÛÏbring on the straight jacket.‰Û