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Charlie Sheen Net Worth

Charlie Sheen Net Worth
Net Worth$10,000,000
NameCharlie Sheen
Date of Birth/AgeSeptember 3, 1965 (age 53)
State/City of originNew York City, New York, U.S.
Years active1973–present

What is Charlie Sheen’s Net Worth?

Charlie Sheen’s net worth is $10 million.

What is Charlie Sheen’s Yearly Salary?

During his final year on Two and a Half Men, Sheen was earning $1.8 million each episode. At the time, this made him the highest-paid TV actor in Hollywood.

How Did Charlie Sheen Make His Money?


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Charlie Sheen is a popular actor who has starred in several movies and a long-running, award-winning TV sitcom. Sheen is the son of highly respected actor Martin Sheen and the brother of actor Emilio Estevez.

Sheen has gained a reputation portraying a party animal with a wild lifestyle and an inability to commit to one woman. That lifestyle created several professional and personal problems for the controversial star. He has battled drug and alcohol addiction in addition to professional setbacks.

In recent years, Sheen has bounced back with a new TV show and a public that seems ready to forgive him.

Charlie Sheen Quick Facts

  • He was born on September 3, 1965, in New York City.
  • He is 5 foot 10 inches tall.
  • His birth name is Carlos Irwin Estevez.
  • He is a lifelong fan of the Cincinnati Reds.
  • In 2017, Sheen revealed that he was HIV-positive but did not have full-blown AIDS.

Charlie Sheen Biography and Career

Sheen is the son of actor Martin Sheen and artist Janet Templeton. Martin Sheen’s real name is Ramón Gerardo Antonio Estévez. He changed his last name to Sheen to honor the Catholic theologian Fulton Sheen.

Early Life


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When Sheen was a child, his family moved to Hollywood. His father was a successful theater actor who wanted to make the transition to movies.

Charlie’s first role was in the 1974 movie The Execution of Private Slovik, which starred his father.

He attended Santa Monica High School, where he acted in school productions with his fellow students Sean Penn and Rob Lowe. Before he could graduate, he was expelled for drinking.

Charlie Sheen’s net worth is $10 million.

Movie Roles

Sheen decided to concentrate on acting. His first role as a teenager was in the 1984 action movie Red Dawn.

His breakthrough role was in Oliver Stone’s 1986 movie Platoon. Stone then cast both Charlie and Martin Sheen in the 1987 movie Wall Street. They played father and son in the movie.

Sheen starred in several dramas throughout the 1980s, but he discovered that his real talent was in comedy. He won audience hearts in the comedies Major League and Hot Shots. He also starred in all four installments of the Scary Movie spoof franchise.

In 1994, he got his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Television Career


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In 2000, Sheen replaced the departing Michael J. Fox on the award-winning comedy Spin City. He won a Golden Globe for Best Actor. The show ended in 2002.

In 2003, Sheen was cast as Charlie Harper in the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men. This would be his biggest role. It brought him international attention and several award nominations.

The role was tailor-made for Sheen. Sheen was already infamous for his partying and womanizing.

On the series, he played a good-natured but irresponsible musician who lived on Malibu beach, earned money as a jingle writer and had a string of one-night stands.

The series was a smash hit. It was one of the top-rated shows on television from 2003 to 2011, drawing an average of 15 million viewers each episode. It was nominated for over 40 Emmy awards.

Sheen was nominated for two American Latin Media Awards, an Emmy and a Golden Globe.


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Split from CBS

In 2011, the show took a break from production while Sheen entered alcohol and drug rehabilitation. During his rehabilitation, CBS executives claimed that Sheen had made disparaging comments about CBS and the show’s producers.

The station then announced that Sheen would not be returning after 2011. His role went to Ashton Kutcher.

The season enjoyed good ratings for another year, but its ratings and viewers dropped after that. Fans complained that they missed Sheen, and petitioned CBS to bring him back. Show producer Chuck Lorre said that would never happen. The show finally ended production in 2015.

In 2013, Sheen was cast in the sitcom Anger Management. A spinoff of the movie, it starred Sheen as a therapist.

Charity and Philanthropy


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Sheen has been an advocate of AIDS awareness for many years. He won a 2009 Angel of Awareness award from the organization Aid for AIDS.

Sheen donated a large percentage of the proceeds from his 2011 one-man show to the Red Cross Japanese Earthquake Relief Fund. In 2012, he donated $1 million to the USO, an organization that provides entertainment to American troops overseas.

In 2012, he donated $50,000 to the Cincinnati Reds for the team’s community charity efforts.


Sheen has been married and divorced three times. His first marriage was in 1980 to Paula Profit, his high school sweetheart. They had a daughter named Cassandra Jane Estevez in 1984.

In 1990, he got engaged to actress Kelly Preston. She broke off the engagement when he accidentally shot her in the arm.

In 1995, he married model Donna Peele. They divorced a year later.

Denise Richards

In 2002, he married Denise Richards. They had two daughters, Sam in 2004 and Lola Rose in 2005. In 2005, Richards filed for a highly publicized divorce from Sheen.

In 2008, he married actress Brooke Mueller. In 2009, they had twin sons named Bob and Max. They divorced in 2011.


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Porn Stars and Escorts

After his 2011 divorce, Sheen lived with the adult film actress Bree Olson, model Nicole Kenley and adult film actress Brett Rossi. He and Rossi were engaged in 2014, but they ended their relationship before getting married.

In 2018, “Hollywood Madame” Heidi Fleiss told the Hollywood Reporter that Sheen spent over $53,000 a year on escort services from her company.

Favorite Quotes from Charlie Sheen

“You can’t process me with a normal brain.”

“People say it’s lonely at the top, but I sure like the view.”

“They sell pot named after me in dispensaries, and I’m not even a pot guy. I was honored.”

“A lot of people will say, ‘Oh, I got into acting because I wanted to explore my craft.’ They’re a bunch of liars, unless they’re Sean Penn, DeNiro or my dad. For the rest of us, it was all about chicks and money.”

Success Tips from Charlie Sheen

  1. “I still don’t have all the answers. I’m more interested in what I’m going to do next than what I did last.”
  2. “Just tell the truth and you’re home free. If there are amends to be made, you make them. You own it and move on.”

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