Charlie Sheen Net Worth

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen is an American-born actor best known for his roles in Two and Half Men, Wall Street, and The Three Musketeers. Having started his career in Hollywood in the mid-1970s, Sheen has appeared in over 85 movies and television series.

However, it’s not just Sheen’s work on camera that has influenced his success. Charlie Sheen’s net worth is also impacted by his children’s clothing line, brand endorsements, and real estate investments, just to name a few. Read on to learn about Sheen’s most successful endeavors and trace his career from the beginning until the present day.

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Early Life

Charlie Sheen was born in New York City on September 3, 1965. His father is actor Martin Sheen, whose real name is Ramon Estevez, and his mother is actress Janet Templeton. Sheen’s siblings, Emilio, Ramon, and Renee are also all actors.

Sheen went to Santa Monica High School in California. He excelled in sports, playing for the school’s baseball team as a pitcher and shortstop. Unfortunately, his grades and attendance were lacking. As a result, Sheen was kicked out shortly before graduation.

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Acting Career

While in high school, Sheen already had a keen interest in acting. He used to make amateur films with his school buddies Sean Penn and Rob Lowe, and also his brother Emilio. After being expelled, he decided to get serious with acting, going by the stage name Charlie Sheen.

Sheen made his film debut in 1974 when he was only nine. He appeared as an uncredited kid at a wedding in his father’s film The Execution of Private Slovik. Sheen’s first credited role was for Grizzly II: Revenge in 1983. Interestingly, this film was only released in theaters in 2020.

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Throughout the 1980s, Sheen played minor roles in films like Red Dawn and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. And then, in 1986, he got his first big role in the Oliver Stone film Platoon, alongside Tom Berenger, Willem Dafoe, and Johnny Depp.

With a budget of only $6 million, Platoon went on to gross over $138 million worldwide. Additionally, it won the Oscar for Best Film at the 1987 Academy Awards.

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Wall Street

In 1987, Sheen appeared with his father, Martin Sheen, in another Oliver Stone film, Wall Street. The film also starred Michael Douglas and Daryl Hannah. The film did well on a budget of $15 million, making over $43.8 million at the global box office.

A year later, he teamed up with his older brother Emilio in the western film Young Guns. Also part of the cast was Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Dermot Mulroney. It was a box office hit, earning $45 million over a budget of $13 million.

This was followed shortly by a number of military-themed movies like Cadence and Navy SEALs in 199, and Hot Shots! in 1991.

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The Three Musketeers

Sheen’s next starring role came in 1993 when he was cast as Aramis in The Three Musketeers. Young Gun co-stars Kiefer Sutherland and Chris O’Donnell play the other musketeers. It was a commercial success, making $53 million against a budget of $30 million. This budget includes Sheen’s salary of $4 million, making the film one of the first major contributor’s to Charlie Sheen’s net worth.

In 2000, Sheen replaced Michael J. Fox in the TV sitcom Spin City when the Fox started showing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Sheen held his own amidst high expectations. He even won a Golden Globe award in 2002 for his performance.

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Two and a Half Men

In 2003, Charlie Sheen joined Chuck Lorre’s CBS sitcom, Two and a Half Men. At the height of the show’s popularity, Sheen earned $1.8 million per episode. This made him the highest-paid actor on television at the time.

Sheen’s role in the series as Charlie Harper also earned him two Golden Globe nominations, four from the Primetime Emmys and another two from the Screen Actors Guild.

Two and a Half Men spanned eight years and had a total of 177 episodes. Charlie Sheen’s net worth definitely rose to new heights during this period. However, he was eventually replaced by Ashton Kutcher in 2011.

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Scary Movie 3

Just about the same time that Two and a Half Men premiered, Sheen starred in Scary Movie 3 as Tom Logan. With a budget of $48 million, this movie took over the global box office with earnings of $220 million.

As of 2022, Scary Movie 3 is Sheen’s highest-grossing film. Sheen would return for cameo roles in the next two installments of the Scary Movie franchise in 2006 and 2013. His small cameo in Scary Movie 5 reportedly earned him $250,000.

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Due Date

In 2010, Sheen appeared in a cameo role as Charlie Harper in the black comedy film Due Date. The movie, which starred Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis, was a huge hit, raking in $211 million in theaters worldwide over a budget of $65 million.

As of 2022, Due Date is the second-highest-grossing film that Sheen has starred in.

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Anger Management

In 2012, Sheen was back on TV starring as Charlie Goodson in FX’s Anger Management. It was a spinoff of the Jack Nicholson movie in 2003. The show ran for 100 episodes.

Recent Work

After a considerable break from the entertainment industry, largely due to health and legal issues, Sheen has very recently returned to the small screen. His comeback will happen in the upcoming TV series Ramble On. Sheen stars as himself in the show, alongside Jamie-Lynn Sigler and his father, Martin Sheen.

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Other Ventures

Several other business ventures have also impacted Charlie Sheen’s net worth. He started a children’s clothing line in 2006 called Sheen Kidz. And in 2011, he went on a tour called My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option. The tour was projected to earn Sheen approximately $7 million.

At about the same time, he started doing brand endorsements on Twitter and Facebook. In an interview with CNN Money, Sheen’s agent Liz Dalling revealed that Sheen typically gets paid around $1 million for endorsement deals.

Sheen is also the president of Estevez Sheen Productions, a production company founded by Martin Sheen and Ramon Estevez. While the company has produced many projects, they did produce Anger Management for FX.

Additionally, Sheen is also the official face of the brand of disposable e-cigarettes called NicoSheen.

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Real Estate

Also impacting Charlie Sheen’s net worth is his real estate investments. In 2006, Sheen bought a home in Los Angeles for $7.2 million. Because of his financial problems, he had to put the property on the market in 2018 for $10 million

After sitting on the market for two years, the property eventually sold for $6.6 million.

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Personal Life

Sheen has had a scandalous romantic history, including three marriages that ended in divorce. While still in high school, Sheen had his oldest daughter, Cassandra Estevez, with his girlfriend at the time, Paula Profit.

In 1990, Sheen was engaged to actress Kelly Preston. It’s reported that he accidentally shot her, which resulted in the breaking off of their engagement.

In 1995, Sheen married Donna Peele. They divorced a year later, after an escort agency exposed Sheen as one of their clients.

In 2001, Sheen started dating actress Denise Richards. They got married less than a year later and had two daughters in the next few years. Richards filed for divorce in 2005, citing alcohol, drug abuse, and gay pornography among the many reasons.

Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller
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In 2008, Sheen married for the third time, this time to actress Brooke Mueller. They soon had twin sons. But in 2010, the couple split, and this time, it was Sheen who filed for divorce.

With all his acting salaries, Charlie Sheen’s net worth should have been much higher than it is today. But his personal life has had no shortage of expenses. With a couple of divorces behind him, Sheen used to pay $110,000 per month to ex-wives Richards and Mueller.

After a subsequent revaluation of his diminished finances, a judge reduced his spousal obligation to $25,000 per month to Richards. 

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Charlie Sheen’s Net Worth 2022

As of 2022, Charlie Sheen’s net worth is estimated at $10 million. While his on camera work is largely responsible for his net worth, it’s also been impacted by his other business ventures and a series of personal situations.

Fans of Sheen can look forward to seeing him next in the upcoming series Ramble On. He’ll also serve as an executive producer on Swag, which is currently listed on IMDB as being in pre-production.

Sheen’s production company, Estevez Sheen Productions, also has a treatment in the works for a TV series called Mr. Polka.


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