November 15th, 2011
05:37 PM ET
Gawker reports that “Big Bang Theory” star Simon Helberg and former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen now have more in common than CBS: Helberg just purchased Charlie’s old digs.
The renovated L.A. mansion has been on the market since 2009, when Charlie and then-wife Brooke Mueller listed it for nearly $3.7 million.
Real estate blog The Real Estalker reports that Helberg and wife Jocelyn Towne paid just $2.9 million for the Mediterranean-style abode last month.
October 28th, 2011
11:18 AM ET
Not an entire year has passed since Charlie Sheen was fired oh-so-publicly from his job on "Two and a Half Men," but you can already expect to see the actor back to his old sitcom ways - but on a new show.
As we reported earlier, Sheen's set to star in a sitcom called "Anger Management," one based off the Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson feature of the same name that was released in 2003.
October 28th, 2011
09:28 AM ET
Charlie Sheen is dressing up as himself this Halloween - and he’s not the only one.
But, if you prefer to don a more original costume this season, check out our pop culture-inspired ideas below:
October 21st, 2011
01:10 PM ET
Charlie Sheen isn’t going as a warlock, a rock star from Mars or a Vatican assassin for All Hallows Eve.
The New York Post reports that the actor is apparently going as himself this year – complete with Charlie Sheen mask!
He’s “winning” all right. The former "Two and a Half Men" star got his hands on a lifelike latex Charlie Sheen mask and snapped a photo of himself smiling and holding up his fake head. Talk about creepy!
September 20th, 2011
05:52 PM ET
The numbers are in: Comedy Central's Roast of Charlie Sheen was watched by 6.4 million total viewers, Comedy Central reports.
The ratings also make the Sheen joke fest the most watched and highest rated roast ever for Comedy Central.
Meanwhile on CBS, Ashton Kutcher's first day on the job at "Two and a Half Men" didn't do poorly, either. CBS reports that nearly 28 million viewers (27.76, to be exact) tuned in to see how Sheen's character was killed off the show and to watch Kutcher take over.
It was not only a series high for "Men," but it also made the half-hour sitcom's premiere the best among scripted shows since "Desperate Housewives" in 2005.
September 16th, 2011
12:39 PM ET
If you haven't noticed, Charlie Sheen is no longer spouting a Sheen-ism a minute, running from talk show to daytime program to nightly news segment exclaiming "winning!" and "I'm a rock star from Mars!"
Instead, he's bouncing from "The Tonight Show" to "Today" trying to explain what was going on with him during those crazy weeks. Interestingly, not even the actor himself has wrapped his head around what happened earlier this year.
"That was a time when, you know...I really don't know what happened," Sheen tells Matt Lauer on "Today." "It was one of those things where, boy, the planets were either aligned perfectly or imperfectly. I just said some stuff and it caught traction globally and instantly and I couldn't really put out that fire so I kept fueling it."
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