Charlie Sheen is currently married to Brooke Muller, although domestic violence charge were filed over the Christmas Holiday 2009. Pictures and news updates about Charlie Sheen can be found at Gossip Center: Charlie's professional and personal lives.
All eyes will be on Ashton Kutcher when the new season of “Two and a Half Men” debuts in the fall, and a brand new promotional poster just hit the web.
As Charlie Sheen's replacement, the “No Strings Attached” stud joins co-stars Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones, Holland Taylor, Marin Hinkle and Conchata Ferrell for the ninth season of the Warner Bros. show.
Continuing onward with book promotional duties, Denise Richards has been keeping herself occupied in New York City as of late.
The curly haired mother of three most recently stepped out on Wednesday (July27) as she took to the streets of midtown in a flowing pink frock - making time to smile for the shutterbugs as she hurried between stops at ABC studios and "The Howard Stern Show."
Ready to make his return to the small screen, Charlie Sheen has announced his role in a new show based on the 2003 comedy "Anger Management."
According to a Lionsgate press release, the 46-year-old will have some ownership stake in the new sitcom that focuses on "a mild-mannered, non-confrontational man ordered to attend group anger management sessions led by a therapist who could probably use some anger management himself."
She made headlines when news of her relationship with Charlie Sheen came to light, now Rachel Oberlin - better known as Bree Olsen - is opening up about with her version of life, love and sex with the Hollywood bad boy.
In an interview in this month's Playboy magazine (August 2011), the Indiana-born adult film star just couldn't say enough about her time with Charlie, telling the publication, “He’s intelligent, he’s charismatic, he’s super funny...And he’s good in bed. I mean, he’s had a lot of practice… [he was] gentle and considerate."