After being fired from "Two and Half Men," Charlie Sheen, 45, hasn't had to wait long for another offer.
In fact, Steven Hirsch, the co-founder and co-chairmen of adult film company Vivid Entertainment, sent a letter to Sheen asking that he be an actor in one of their upcoming films, according to a CNN article.
Actor officially leaves his leading role on 'Two and a Half Men.'
Actor Charlie Sheen was officially fired from his leading role on CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men" today, according to CNN. Warner Brothers Television Distribution fired the actor following two weeks of public meltdowns.
Sheen has been in the media recently for his seemingly psychotic rants. His twin boys were even removed from his home by his estranged wife who has been quoted saying that she feared for their children's lives while they were under Sheen's care.
Actor says he is clean, focused, energetic, will finish 'Two and a Half Men.'
Charlie Sheen says he is clean and focused thanks to an "epiphanous awakening," according to CNN. The actor lashed out at addiction specialists and sitcom executives after harsh assertions and accusations on the airways and internet.
Sheen comments to CNN's Piers Morgan indicate that he feels much better.
"I feel more alive, I feel more focused, I feel more energetic," said Sheen. "I'm on a quest to claim absolute victory on every front."