Charlie Sheen, who followed his father Martin Sheen's footsteps into acting at a young age, played in the All-Stars Baseball Game in 1986.
In 1988, Charlie starred in “Young Guns”, with Lou Diamond Phillips, Casey Siemaszko, Dermot Mulroney, Kiefer Sutherland and his brother, Emilio Estevez.
Charlie took his girlfriend Kelly Preston to a screening of “Roadhouse” in 1989. Two years later, Kelly was shot in the arm when Charlie claimed a little revolver accidentally discharged.
Acting with Clint Eastwood in “The Rookie”, propelled Charlie to stardom. Hit movies included “Major League”, “Men at Work”, “Hot Shots!” and “The Three Musketeers”.
Charlie put his wild side on display in 1994.
Also in 1994, Charlie was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His parents and brothers Emilio and Ramone attended as did Charlie's daughter Cassandra from his relationship with Paula Profit.
Following an overdose in 1998, Charlie had a court appearance -- one of many to come!
Charlie settled down in 2002, marrying Denise Richards, with whom he has two daughters, Sam and Lola.
Charlie found his niche on the CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men” with Angus T. Jones and Jon Cryer where he became highest-paid actor on television.
After a bitter divorce from Denise Richards, Charlie married Brooke Mueller in 2008. She is the mother of his twin sons, Max and Bob. Charlie plead guilty to misdemeanor assault for a Christmas Day attack on Brooke.
Charlie went on a drug-fueled rampage at The Plaza Hotel in NYC in October 2010, according to stripper pal Capri Anderson, and ended up in the hospital. After a wild meltdown in January 2011, “Two and a Half Men” stopped production so that Charlie could clean up his act -- at home.
Charlie announced he had cured himself within days and became engaged in a war of words with “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre. He passed drug and alcohol tests but his theatrics made worldwide headlines.
A media frenzy followed as Charlie appeared publicly calling himself a warlock with Adonis' DNA and tiger's blood in his veins. He also revealed he was living with two women he calls "The Goddesses". Despite a brewing custody battle for his sons, Charlie continued to use his new catchphrase: Winning!
"Sheen's Korner" an hour-long webcast promptly lost thousands of viewers in progress for being "boring". The rambling webcast revealed how inept Sheen is without a script
On March 7, 2011 Warner Brothers television fired Charlie from "Two and a Half Men". He has since attempted to rebrand himself but once a warlock -- always a warlock.