Charlie Sheen


First Name: Charlie
Last Name: Sheen
Nationality: American
Full Name: Carlos Irwin Estevez
Date of Birth: 03 September 1965
Birthplace: New York, NY USA
Height: 5'9" (175cm)
Eye Color: Brown - Dark
Hair Color: Dyed Brown
Star Sign: Virgo

Occupation: Actor

Filmography:

  • 2012 A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III
  • 2012 She Wants Me
  • 2011 Winning Recipes
  • 2003-2011 Two and a Half Men
  • 2010 Stichtag - Schluss mit gemütlich
  • 2010 Wall Street: Geld schläft nicht
  • 2009 Foodfight!
  • 2006 Scary Movie 4
  • 2004 The Big Bounce
  • 2003 Scary Movie 3
  • 2003 Deeper Than Deep
  • 2000-2002 Chaos City
  • 2001 Good Advice
  • 2000 Rated X
  • 1999 Being John Malkovich
  • 1999 Five Aces
  • 1999 Sugar Hill
  • 1998 Mörderisches Doppelspiel
  • 1998 Free Money
  • 1998 Death Row - Nachricht aus der Todeszelle
  • 1998 Serial Killer
  • 1997 Discovery Mars
  • 1997 Dark Instinct
  • 1997 Money Talks - Geld stinkt nicht
  • 1997 Loose Women
  • 1997 Verschwörung im Schatten
  • 1996 Die Ankunft
  • 1996 Friends
  • 1996 Charlie - Ein himmlischer Held
  • 1996 Frame by Frame
  • 1994 Tödliche Geschwindigkeit
  • 1994 Die Indianer von Cleveland II
  • 1994 Highway Heat
  • 1993 Die drei Musketiere
  • 1993 Deadfall
  • 1993 Hot Shots! Der 2. Versuch
  • 1993 Made of Steel - Hart wie Stahl
  • 1993 Loaded Weapon 1
  • 1991 Hot Shots! - Die Mutter aller Filme
  • 1990 Rookie - Der Anfänger
  • 1990 Ein fremder Klang
  • 1990 Men at Work
  • 1990 Navy Seals - Die härteste Elitetruppe der Welt
  • 1990 Catchfire
  • 1990 Nightwalker
  • 1989 Tale of Two Sisters
  • 1989 Das Highway-Trio
  • 1989 Die Indianer von Cleveland
  • 1988 Acht Mann und ein Skandal
  • 1988 Young Guns - Sie fürchten weder Tod noch Teufel
  • 1987 War of the Stars
  • 1987 Wall Street
  • 1987 No Man's Land - Tatort 911
  • 1987 Three for the Road
  • 1987 Wisdom - Dynamit und kühles Blut
  • 1987 Grizzly II: The Concert
  • 1986 Platoon
  • 1986 Interceptor
  • 1986 Ferris macht blau
  • 1986 Lucas
  • 1986 Unglaubliche Geschichten
  • 1985 Blind Rage
  • 1985 Nachts wenn der Mörder kommt
  • 1985 The Fourth Wise Man
  • 1984 Tod eines Teenagers
  • 1984 Die rote Flut
  • 1974 The Execution of Private Slovik

Biography:
Sheen was born Carlos Irwin Estevez on Sept. 3, 1965, the third son of actor Martin Sheen. Growing up in Malibu with brothers Emilio and Ramon and sister Renee, he made countless Super-8 movies and videos with childhood friends Sean and Chris Penn and Rob and Chad Lowe; his sights firmly set on following in his father's acting footsteps. He made his professional debut as an extra in the TV movie "The Execution of Private Slovik" (NBC, 1974), starring his father and also appeared as an extra in Francis Ford Coppola's landmark "Apocalypse Now" (1979), which also featured a landmark performance from the senior Sheen. But the troublemaking side of Sheen also surfaced early on, with arrests for marijuana possession and credit card forgery coming prior to his unceremonious expulsion from high school. Sheen did not look back, however, appearing in nine films in three years. He displayed some screen presence in John Milius' teens vs. Communists actioner "Red Dawn" (1984), and appeared in the TV movie "Silence of the Heart" (CBS, 1984) as the guilt-ridden friend of a suicide victim. He starred as a bored California teenager who embarks on a violent rampage in Penelope Spheeris' "The Boys Next Door" (1985), and attracted attention for his role as a sensitive high school jock opposite a young Corey Haim in "Lucas" (1986) before his next role put him over the top.In "Platoon," Sheen gave a powerhouse performance as a young recruit shocked not only by the realities of Vietnam combat, but
by the animalistic behavior of his fellow servicemen. The film earned an Academy Award for Best Picture, and the following
year, Stone tapped Sheen again to play another eager young talent disenchanted by his senior role models in "Wall Street," set in the cutthroat world of the 1980s stock market. Sheen's street cred as a serious actor quickly dipped, though he proved
effective in lighter male ensembles like the hip Western "Young Guns" (1988) and John Sayles' period baseball film, "Eight Men Out" (1988). Once known as a baseball star at Santa Monica High School, Sheen further demonstrated his aptitude for sports in the comedy "Major League" (1989) and fared well in buddy adventures like Clint Eastwood's "The Rookie" (1990) and "Navy SEALS" (1990). The same year, he teamed onscreen with first-time director and brother Emilio in "Men at Work" (1990), a popular low-brow comedy about a pair of garbage men who dream of owning a surfing shop. Sheen made the gossip pages that same year for his short-lived engagement with actress Kelly Preston, whom he accidentally shot in the arm prior to their break-up.

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