Charlie Sheen's FX Sitcom
Charlie Sheen is having so much fun doing the FX series "Anger Management," he's got dad Martin Sheen on board -- to play his character's father. The sitcom is reportedly about to get an order for 90 more episodes.
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Charlie Sheen Through the Years
With no regular TV show to tape, Charlie Sheen has taken his act online. He frequently appears on UStream, ranting about his former bosses, chain-smoking and vowing revenge.
Charlie Sheen has referred to his girlfriends as his "goddesses." From left to right, Natalie Kenly, a graphic designer, Charlie Sheen and Rachel Oberlin, a porn-film star. The three call themselves a family. "Natty and Charlie have their own special connection, I have my own connection with Charlie and then Natty and I also have our own relationship," Oberlin said in an interview with ABC. The actor said he sees the women as mother figures to his twin boys, Max and Sam. <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/charlie-sheen-opens-relationship-goddesses-vow-protect-family/story?id=13022500" target="external">Click here to read the full story.</a>
Despite his being suspended from his hit TV comedy and battling CBS and the producers of "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen said he loves his life. During an interview with "Good Morning America," the actor was surrounded by his twin boys and two 24-year-old girlfriends. Sons Max and Bob, who are nearly 2, are from his marriage with Brooke Mueller.
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Was Charlie Sheen in disguise on the cover of "In Touch Weekly" because he was trying to evade his then-wife Brooke Mueller? The magazine reported that Sheen was cheating on Mueller with escort Angelina Tracy and his mustache was to avoid being caught.