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Charlie Sheen played a man busted 'for drugs' who gets cozy with Ferris Bueller's sister Jeanie, played by Jennifer Grey, in the 1986 comedy film 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off.'
Sheen also starred in in the 1986 movie 'Platoon,' which also features Richard Edson, who plays a garage attendant in 'Ferris Bueller.'
Sheen later starred in films such as 'Wall Street' in 1987, 'Major League' in 1989 and in its 1994 sequel, 'Hot Shots!' in 1991 and in its 1993 sequel, 'The Three Musketeers' alongside Kiefer Sutherland in 1993, 'The Chase' in 1994 and voiced a dog in the movie 'All Dogs Go to Heaven 2' in 1996.
In 2003, Sheen began starred on the CBS sitcom 'Two and a Half Men,' which featured him as Charlie, a party-loving womanizer. In 2010, he reported made about $1.8 million an episode.
In 2001, he and Denise Richards starred in the romantic comedy 'Good Advice.' They married in 2002 and had two daughers - Sam, who was born in 2004, and Lola, who was born in 2005. Sheen and Richards divorced in 2006.
Sheen was previously married to model Donna Peele between 1995 and 1996. They have no children together. Sheen wed his third wife, Brooke Mueller, in 2008. She gave birth to their twin sons, Bob and Max, in March 2009.
Charlie Sheen has battled substance abuse for years. He went to rehab for the first time in the summer of 1990 for treatment of alcohol addiction and returned in May 1998 after trying to inject himself with cocaine.
In early 2010, he took a break from 'Two and a Half Men' and entered a treatment facility as a 'preventative measure' ahead of a hearing on a domestic violence case involving Mueller. Sheen pleaded guilty in August 2010 to a misdemeanor assault charge regarding a December confrontation with her and was sentenced to 30 days in a rehabilitation center, 30 days of probation and 36 hours of anger management.
Sheen filed for divorce from Mueller, who has also battled substance abuse, in November 2010. It was finalized in May 2011. Mueller was granted $55,000 in child support, a lump sum of $757,698.70, a 2009 Mercedes and $1.2 million for her share of the couple's Beverly Hills home.
'Two and a Half Men' suspended production in January 2011 amid Sheen's turmoil. In February 2011, producers shut down filming for the remainder of the eighth season after Sheen badmouthed the show's co-creator, Chuck Lorre, during a radio rant. After several more on-air and online rants, which saw him coining the catchphrase 'Duh, winning,' Sheen was fired from the series and Ashton Kutcher was recast in his place months later. Sheen is set to return to TV in the summer of 2012 with the new FX series 'Anger Management.' (Check out full details of Charlie Sheen's 2011 meltdown here).
(Pictured: Charlie Sheen on his uStream webcast 'Sheen's Corner Episode 3, Torpedoes of Truth Part 2' on Monday, March 7, 2011. / Charlie Sheen appears in a scene from the 1986 movie 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off.')
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