January 31st, 2011
11:57 AM ET
A slew of celebrities at the SAG Awards were standing by Charlie Sheen's side as the troubled "Two and a Half Men" star seeks treatment at an undisclosed rehab facility.
"I say good for him; there's nothing better than seeking help in time of need," "Conviction" star Hilary Swank told CNN of 45-year-old Sheen, whose hit CBS series was put on production hiatus while he recovers.
"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston echoed Swank's sentiment, and hopes Sheen takes his time to get healthy rather than rush right back to work. "No show is worth a man's health, and I hope he doesn't try to come back too early," he told CNN.
Dennis Haysbert, who worked with Sheen three times, tells the actor, "I love you brother; I know you're going to get yourself straight."
"Modern Family" star Julie Bowen agrees. "He's a survivor, he's a great actor, and I have no doubt that he’ll back," she tells CNN. "He’s like a cockroach that can survive anything — but a good cockroach."
For his part, Sheen, who had reportedly been partying before being rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on January 27 due to severe pain related to a hernia, says he'll be OK.
"I'm fine," he told RadarOnline in a text. "People don't seem to get it.... Guy can't have a great time and do his job also?"
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