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Charlie Sheen

Birth name
Carlos Irwin Estevez
5' 10"
Denise Richards (15 June 2002 - present)
Donna Peele (3 September 1995 - 19 November 1996) (divorced)

This dark-haired, broodingly handsome leading man has achieved a level of stardom that has eclipsed both his father, Martin Sheen, and his brother, Emilio Estevez. He seems to have escaped the stigma of Brat Packdom and earned a reputation as a solid talent. He made his youthful screen debut in the telefilm The Execution of Private Slovik (1974), which starred his dad (and also appeared in 1979's Apocalypse Now with his father) before launching his career in earnest with supporting roles in Red Dawn (1984) and The Boys Next Door (1985). His portrayal of a thoughtful high-school jock in Lucas opened some eyes, as did an amusing cameo in Ferris Bueller's Day Off (both 1986); he won star billing in The Wraith that same year, just before the release of Oliver Stone's harrowing Vietnam saga, Platoon (both also 1986), which cast him as a young soldier introduced to the horrors of war. Its surprise commercial success established Sheen as a young star on the rise.

His films since then-a mixed baginclude the youth saga Three for the Road the cop drama No Man's Land (both 1987), Wall Street (1987, a prime part as an unprincipled yuppie aligned with ruthless tycoon Michael Douglas), Young Guns (1988, a successful Brat Pack Western with brother Emilio), Eight Men Out (1988, the first of two back-to-back baseball films), Major League, Courage Mountain, Backtrack (all 1989), Navy SEALS (1990), Men at Work (also 1990, an alleged comedy about garbagemen written and directed by his brother), The Rookie (1990, as Clint Eastwood's young partner), Cadence (directed by his father), and Hot Shots! (both 1991), a silly but funny movie parody that led to a sequel, Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993). He also took a cameo in his brother's parody film National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon I (1993), and starred in The Three Musketeers (1993, as Aramis), Deadfall, Major League II, Terminal Velocity and The Chase (all 1994).


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