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Born: September 3, 1965 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1994:
Made his debut as executive producer and also starred in "The Chase"
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Formed production company Sheen-Michaels Entertainment with Bret Michaels, ex-lead singer of Poison
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Produced and directed over 200 Super-8 and video film shorts, including 16mm "R.P.G."
1993:
Reprised his role of Topper Harley in the sequel "Hot Shots! Part Deux"
1984:
Made TV movie acting debut in "Silence of the Heart" (CBS)
1999:
Acted in "Free Money" with Marlon Brando, Mira Sorvino and Donald Sutherland; aired on Starz! (filmed in 1997)
1990:
Acted with brother Emilio in "Men at Work"
1994:
Reprised role of 'Wild Thing' in the sequel "Major League II"
1979:
Landed first film appearance as an extra in Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now," which starred his father
1996:
Starred in the sci-fi flick "The Arrival"
1993:
Played one of the titular swordsmen in "The Three Musketeers"
1993:
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
2001:
Starred opposite Denise Richards in "Good Advice"; aired on HBO in lieu of a theatrical release
2000:
Starred with brother Emilio Estevez in the Showtime movie "Rated X"
1991:
Acted with father and brother Ramon in "Cadence," Martin Sheen's directorial debut
1986:
Appeared in brother Emilio Estevez's directorial debut "Wisdom"
2004:
Cast with Owen Wilson and Morgan Freeman in "The Big Bounce"
2000:
Executive produced (also co-scripted with Bret Michaels) and starred with father in "No Code of Conduct"; aired on USA Network
1984:
Made film acting debut in "Grizzly II - The Predator"
1988:
Landed a featured role in "Young Guns"
2006:
Launched a children's clothing line called Sheen Kidz
1991:
Scored big as pilot Topper Harley in the comedy spoof "Hot Shots!"
1997:
Acted opposite Chris Tucker in "Money Talks"
1985:
Appeared in "No Day at the Beach," a WWII episode of Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories" (NBC)
1974:
Made first TV appearance at age nine in NBC movie "The Execution of Private Slovik"; project starred his father Martin Sheen
2010:
Reprised his role of Bud Fox with a cameo in Oliver Stone's "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"
2010:
Cast in minor role in comedy "Due Date," starring Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis
2011:
Launched "The Torpedo of Truth: Defeat is Not an Option" tour in Detroit, MI
2012:
Made series television comeback with starring role on "Anger Management" (FX) as a former baseball player whose anger issues lead him to become a therapist
2012:
Played title role in "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III," directed by Roman Coppola
2013:
Played the president of the United States in Robert Rodriguez's "Machete Kills," credited under his birth name Carlos Estevez
1986:
Cast in breakthrough lead role in Oliver Stone's "Platoon"
2000:
Joined the fifth season of ABC's political sitcom "Spin City," replacing Michael J. Fox in the lead role
1985:
Landed first co-starring role in "The Boys Next Door"
1989:
Played a baseball pitcher nicknamed 'Wild Thing' in "Major League"
1987:
Re-teamed with Oliver Stone for "Wall Street," playing Gordon Gekko's (Michael Douglas) protégé; also teamed with his father, who played his onscreen parent
2003:
Cast as womanizer Charlie Harper on CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men"; fired from show March 2011 after several weeks of increasingly erratic behavior
1988:
Contributed to the ensemble cast of baseball drama "Eight Men Out" directed by John Sayles

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