Carlos Irwin Estévez, more prominently known as Charlie Sheen, entered the universe on September 3 in 1965. He was born to Martin Sheen and Janet Templeton in New York. He has three siblings, all of whom are renowned actors. At the age of nine, Charlie had his first film appearance in ‘The Execution of Private Slovik’ in 1974; the film also features his father, Martin Sheen. He went to Santa Monica High School, and there his fascination towards acting first surfaced.

Charlie’s film life started with an engaging part in ‘ Red Dawn’ (a drama based on the Cold War), in 1984. He has featured in one of the episodes of ‘ Amazing Stories’. In 1986, Charlie landed with his first ever major part in ‘Platoon’, a drama based on the Vietnamese War. He shared the screen once again with his father in Oliver Stone’s drama ‘Wall Street’ (1987). Sheen was seen in ‘Grizzly II: The Predator’ in 1987. He continued to make appearances in films there on- ‘Eight Men Out’, ‘Young Guns’ and ‘Men at Work’. Another time Sheen shared the screen with his father in ‘Cadence’ in 1990. In 2000, Charlie took over Michael J. Fox’s character in ‘Spin City’ and played the role for two seasons and debuted on the silver screen. In 2003, the legendary role of Charlie Harper of ‘Two and a Half Men’ (a CBS sitcom) landed in Sheen’s basket. Warner Bros production who produced the popular sitcom had a fallout with Sheen after he had allegedly made derogatory comments about Chuck Lorre, the creator of the series. CBS and Warner Bros. terminated Sheen's contract in 2011, and his role was taken over by Ashton Kutcher beginning from the ninth season. In 2012. Charlie Sheen returned to the television in a show called ‘Anger Management’.

In 2002 Charlie was awarded the Golden Globe for his work in Spin City. He also won the ALMA award in 2008 for his most loved performances in ‘Two and a Half Men’. He, along with the entire cast of Two and a Half Men, bagged the Future Classic Award in 2009. In 1994, the Hollywood Walk of Fame had his name inscribed on it.

Sheen tied the knot with Donna Peele on September 3, 1995.Sheen and Peele divorced in 1996. He married two more times and currently has five children and one grandchild. Charlie’s career was stained many times with instances of substance abuse and felony menacing.

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Charlie Sheen aka Carlos Irwin Estévez is an American television and film actor. He is known for the movie like Platoon by Oliver Stone. He has worked in movies and television series of all genres including drama, comedy, and action. He had always been in the news for his off-screen life which was filled with alcohol, drugs, and many adult film stars. In 2015, it was revealed that he was an HIV-positive. He was born in New York City. He is the son of actor Janet Sheen. He has three more siblings Renee, Emilio and Ramon. He began his acting career at the age of 9 in the television film The Execution of Private Slovik in 1974. As a teenager, he had directed and produced some short movies along with Sean Penn and Rob Lowe. He attended the Santa Monica High School. He did not peruse his education, but gave more preference to his passion, acting and tried to get into the industry. In 1984, he was seen in movie Grizzly II: The Predator.

After doing roles in television series, he acted in the war drama Platoon, which was on the life of Oliver Stone in 1986. He played the role of a young soldier who is on duty in Vietnam. The movie received great appreciated and won four Oscars. In the same year, he appeared on Wall Street followed by Eight Men Out in 1988, which was based on “Black Sox” baseball scandal. The movie also featured D.B. Sweeney, John Cusack, and Christopher Lloyd. In 1990, he was seen in The Rookie, Hot Shots!, and Navy SEALs. In 2000 along with Emilio Estevez he appeared in the movie Rated X, which was based on the life of Artie Mitchell and Jim famous porn stars. In 2003, he appeared in the ‘Scary Movie 3’ by David Zucker.

He appeared in the famous sitcom Two and a Half Men on CBS. He was the highest paid actor on television with the amount of $1.8 million per episode. Sheen was known in the industry for his off-screen life which was filled with alcohol, drugs, and many adult film stars. He once gave a statement that he spends about $50,000 to purchase 27 different prostitutes. He had been arrested for assaulting Brittany Ashland, his girlfriend. In 1996, he got married to Donna Peele, but they both separated within a year. He had a daughter with her Cassandra Sheen. In 2002, he got married to Denise Richards and the couple had two daughters Lola and Sam. In 2006, the couple divorced. In 2008, he married a real estate investor, Brooke Mueller. She had twins Max and Bob in 2009. In 2011, they both also divorced. In 2014, he got married for the fourth time to porn star Brett Rossi, but in the same year, they both got separated. In 2009, he was arrested for performing sexual violence on his wife, Brooke Mueller. He was sent to the rehab center for 30 days. In 2015, it was revealed that he was an HIV-positive.

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Spike Lee also known as Shelton Jackson is an American producer, writer, actor, and director. He owns a production house named 40 Acres and a Mule Film works, which has produced more than 35 movies. His movies were mainly focused on the pattern of colorism faced by the black community, crime, politics which serve a message for the society. His best of works include 'Do the Right Thing’ and 'She's Gotta Have It'. He was born in Atlanta. But soon he and his family moved to New York. He went to Morehouse College. In 1982, he graduated from New York University Film School. Being in an African-American atmosphere of his movies would always be based surrounding such a pattern. He used to do filming from his college days, and the movie Last Hustle in Brooklyn was completed at the age of 20 when he was studying. At the time of his graduation he had made the movie named Joe's Bed-Stuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads, which a part of his thesis. The movie was appreciated and earned him a Student Academy Award. His first movie was She's Gotta Have It, in the year 1986. It was the most appreciated movie of his career. The film was shot in two weeks with a budget of $175,000. In theaters, the movie grossed around $7 million making it one the hit and profitable movies of that year. His movies were mostly based on the concepts of poverty, violence, and politics. He made his second film in 1989 Do the Right Thing; the movie had all the above elements. This new concept was an eye-opener for the audience and was nominated in Academy Award for the category of Best Original Screenplay. His further films include Mo' Better Blues, Malcolm X, Summer of Samand She Hate Me, all based on political issues. In 1963, he made a documentary named 4 Little Girls, which was based on the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. The documentary made up to get a nomination for the 1998 Academy Award. He has even directed television commercials. The most famous one is with Michael Jordan in the campaign of Nike's Air Jordan. His other clients are Taco Bell and Ben & Jerry's, Converse. He has been a writer-director and producer for the video game NBA 2K16. His recent works include Miracle at St. Anna, which was the story of an African-American soldier who got trapped in the World War II. He worked in many documentaries of Michael Jackson and Kobe Bryant. He has even remade many hits like Oldboy. His 2015 movie Chi-Raq, was an adoption of Lysistrat. The movie was honored with Oscar for Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He got married to attorney Tonya Lewis. The couple has two sons. He is a big fan of New York Yankees, which are an American baseball team and the football team Arsenal. his documentary Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs The New York Knicks, focused on the strategies and the party work. In 2007, he was honored with San Francisco Film Society's Directing Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival in their 50th year. In 2013, he won The Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize, which is one of the prestigious and expensive awards with the amount of $300,000. In 2015, he was awarded the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for his work in the industry.

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Burt Reynolds is also known as Burton Leon is an American director, producer, and actor. He has been a part of the television and film industry. His notable work in movies includes Deliverance, Smokey and the Bandit, The Cannonball Run and The Longest Yard. He has been awarded the Golden Globe Awards, twice. Once for Evening Shade as Best Actor in a Television Series Musical or Comedy and the other for Boogie Nights in Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture. He was born in Michigan. His father was an army colonel who later gained the position of police chief, and his mother worked as a head nurse. He went to Florida State University by the scholarship in football. He later went to the Hyde Park Playhouse. In 1957, he was the first appearance with Mister Roberts by New York City Center. He signed a contract with them and made a frequent appearance in the television series. He appeared in series like Hawk, Dan August, Gunsmoke, and Riverboat. His roles increased his popularity and made him a popular face in between among the audience. His charming personality increased his popularity in the 70s, and he made an appearance in many shows like Johnny Carson's Tonight Show in which made frequent appearances. He was first noticed in the 1972 film, which he appeared with Jon Voight. He received great appreciation from the critics as they were impressed with his series acting in the movie. He gave a sensational photo for the Cosmopolitan magazine in which he appeared as the first nude male. His appearance as a sex symbol and was seen with respect among the people as it was a difficult and channeling work to do such a bold work. From the 1970s to 1980 he appeared in many movies like The Longest Yard, Smokey and the Bandit, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Semi-Tough, The Cannonball Run and Bandit spawned. In 1979, he worked in Starting Over along with Candice Bergen, and Jill Klayburgh and in Best Friends he worked with Jessica Tandy and Goldie Hawn. He appeared in Cannonball films and The End, which was even directed by him. He has paired up with Dom DeLuise in various projects. In 1980, he made a move towards television series. He was awarded the Emmy and the Golden Globe for his work in Evening Shade. He has even directed many episodes of the television series. He 1997 he worked in the movie Boogie Nights, which is considered as one of his best work in the film industry. The movie was a directorial venture by Paul Thomas Anderson, and he played the character of a porn director. He earned the Best-Supporting Actor nomination for the Oscar and won the Golden Globe. He appeared in movies like Bean and, Mystery, Tempted, and Hitting the Breaks. He got married to actress Judy Carne but they soon got separated, and he later had an affair with singer Dinah Shore followed by his co-actor in Smokey and the Bandit Sally Field. In 1988, he married Loni Anderson. They had adopted a son named Quinton, however, in a short span of time, the duo filed for a divorce. In 2015, he published the journal But Enough About Me.

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