Why See An Evening With Charlie Sheen?
Charlie Sheen prepares to bare his soul...
Batten down the hatches London - Hollywood hellraiser Charlie Sheen is following in the footsteps of peers like Al Pacino and Liza Minnelli as he appears in his first live show at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in June! Hosted by controversial pundit Piers Morgan, this will be a riveting question and answer session as Sheen sets about to put the record straight on his successful career as an actor, producer and writer, with the likelihood of touching upon his headline-grabbing personal life.
Who is Charlie Sheen?
As part of the late Eighties' infamous Brat Pack, Charlie Sheen followed his father Martin into professional acting, landing his first major role in the hardhitting 1986 Vietnam war drama Platoon and then a critically acclaimed lead role in Wall Street opposite Michael Douglas. With a string of successful films following this success, he made the jump to television in Spin City, replacing Michael J Fox as the lead and earning himself a Golden Globe Award.
With his career hitting the all-time high with bro-dude sitcom Two and A Half Men between seasons 1-8, his increasingly erratic behavior led to a high-profile firing, and his consequent drug and alcohol abuse led to a highly publicised marriage breakdown and salacious tabloid stories. In 2015 he made public his diagnosis with HIV, having been diagnosed in 2011.
Performance date: 19 June 2016
Suitable for ages 16+
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