Charlie Sheen

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Charlie Sheen is an American actor born in New York in 1965. He is the son of Martin Sheen. Starting at age 9, Sheen has appeared in many movies including; The Execution of Private Slovik, Apocalypse Now, Red Dawn, Platoon, Young Guns and Major League. He played the role of Charlie Harper in Two and a Half Men until he was fired by Warner Bros. He won a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series-Musical or Comedy. Sheen has been married 3 times; first to Donna Peele, next to Denise Richards and then to Brooke Mueller. He is engaged to Brett Rossi. He has 5 children; daughter, Cassandra, with ex-girlfriend Paula Speers; daughters, Sam and Lola, with Richards and twins, Bob and Max, with ex wife Mueller.

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18 Oct, 2014
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Rossi, Sheen break engagement

Engagement

Sheen ends his engagement with former adult film star Rossi just one month before their November wedding date. Sheen says he wants to focus on his children.

Scotty and I had a great year together as we travelled the world and crossed a lot of things off our bucket list. She’s a terrific gal – but we’ve mutually decided to go our separate ways and not spend the rest of our lives together. I’ve decided that my children deserve my focus more than a relationship does right now. I still have a tremendous fondness for Scotty and I wish her all the best.

15 Feb, 2014
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Sheen, Rossi engaged

Engagement

Sheen proposes to Rossi while in Hawaii for a Valentine’s getaway. The adult movie actress says:

Yes! We are engaged! He even was a gentleman and got down on one knee.  I was not expecting it at all. We had a beautiful Valentine’s Day and he proposed to me early this morning after we watched the sun rise. The ring is classic and beautiful, but I don’t have any photos to share just yet. This is the happiest moment of both our lives. He’s my best friend and my soul mate.

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