Member of the 1983 Santa Monica High School varsity baseball team coached by José López.
Children: daughter Cassandra Jade Estevez (born December 12, 1984), with ex-girlfriend Paula Profit, daughters Sam Sheen (born 9th March 2004) and Lola Rose Sheen (born 1st June 2005), with Denise Richards.
Member of the 1984 Santa Monica High School varsity baseball team coached by José López.
1991: He and a close friend found themselves in possession of Guinea Pig (1985) (V), rumored to contain actual snuff footage. Unable to convincingly explain away the atrocities as special effects work, they called the FBI, which tracked down the makers of the film, who convinced them that the onscreen deaths were indeed special effects.
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1986" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 38.
Played a stoner in Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986). Even though his real life drug addiction hadn't started yet, Sheen told a magazine he stayed up for 48 hours to look the role.
Credited actor Keith David with saving his life during the shooting of Platoon (1986). According to Sheen, while shooting a battle scene in an open-doored Huey helicopter, the pilot banked too hard and Sheen was thrown towards the open door. He would have plunged through the door and fallen to his death, but David grabbed on to him and pulled him back in.
He once owned the baseball hit by Mookie Wilson in the 1986 World Series that went under Boston Red Sox's first baseman Bill Buckner's legs for the game-winning RBI. (He's since sold the ball).
The noticeable scar on his chin occurred while filming No Man's Land (1987). A prop explosive detonated accidentally, ripping into his chin and requiring eight stitches.
Was considered for Tom Cruise's role in Born on the Fourth of July (1989).
Turned down roles White Men Can't Jump (1992), Indecent Proposal (1993), and The Cowboy Way (1994), all of which eventually went to Woody Harrelson.
He and Denise Richards both had very small roles in Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) (they do not share on-screen time), years before they met and fell in love on the set of Good Advice (2001).
He and Denise Richards, have both guest-starred on the TV show "Friends" (1994), though not in the same episode.
Has starred in two TV series in which his character has been named "Charlie." They are "Spin City" (1996) and "Two and a Half Men" (2003).
He and brother Emilio Estevez have both played the son of real father Martin Sheen; Emilio in The War at Home (1996), Charlie in Wall Street (1987) No Code of Conduct (1998) and two episodes of "Spin City" (1996). Martin also played the father of one of Charlie's girlfriends on "Two and a Half Men" (2003).
August 2001: Drove Ben Affleck to Promises Rehabilitation Center in Malibu, CA, for treatment of alcohol abuse.
January 2002: Engaged to Denise Richards.
September 2006: He is to become the highest-paid comedy star on television. He will earn $350,000 per episode for the upcoming season of "Two and a Half Men" (2003).
Daughter, Sam Sheen, was born during the production of Scary Movie 3 (2003). Since the movie's initials are "SM", he and ex-wife Denise Richards wanted a name with those two letters in it.
Living with Brooke Mueller. They met at a party in May, 2006.
Publicist Stan Rosenfield confirmed that Sheen and Brooke Mueller married, but declined to give more details. (30 May 2008).
Charlie and his wife, Brooke Mueller, are expecting their first progeny together, twin boys, due in April 2009.
Twin sons Bob Sheen and Max Sheen born March 14, 2009.
Was arrested on domestic violence charges, including for second-degree assault, menacing and criminal mischief. He was released the same day after posting an $8,500 bond. [December 25, 2009]
Checked himself into a rehab facility in relation to the domestic violence assault on his wife Brooke Mueller in late 2009. [February 2010]
Surrendered custody of his daughters Sam Sheen and Lola Rose Sheen to Denise Richards. Richards sought full custody after Sheen and his wife Brooke Mueller had a domestic dispute over Christmas 2009. [May 2010]
Plead no contest to a misdemeanor charge at a June 7 hearing, and will be sentenced to 30 days in jail instead. Due to this plea deal, the actor will avoid being sentenced to probation once he finished the time in jail. The sentence is a result of the domestic dispute with his wife Brooke Mueller and Sheen's arrest in late 2009. [June 2010]