Why did Charlie Sheen retire?

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Charlie Sheen is a renowned American actor best became famous for his work in the late ’80s.

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 13: Charlie Sheen attends a charity softball game to benefit “California Strong” at Pepperdine University on January 13, 2019 in Malibu, California. (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for California Strong)

Charlie Sheen began his film career in 1984 when he starred in Red Dawn. He later bagged the iconic role of the notorious Charlie Harper in Two and a Half Men. He played the character for a long 8 years, as the show became one of the most-watched shows on Television.


Charlie Sheen was one of the famous and biggest actors on all of television during his prime years. However, he also made headlines after he adopted a rebellious, rock star-like behaviour and became addicted to drugs and alcohol, wild partying and causing havoc which placed him in all the news outlets for the wrong reasons.

Charlie Sheen’s net worth has also dropped significantly over the years from $150 million to $10 million due to his reckless spending.

Why did Charlie Sheen retire?

Charlie Sheen’s career came to an end after Warner Bros. Television terminated his services on ‘Two and a Half Men’ for dangerously destructive behaviour.

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