Jon Cryer is indulging in a tell-all when it comes to his former co-star Charlie Sheen, and that includes confessing Sheen’s revelation about prostitutes to the formerly innocent actor. The Two and a Half Men star discovered how to hire paid escorts from Sheen after a rough divorce, reported the New York Daily News. Show More Summary
Jon Cryer has a memoir called So That Happened coming out this April and in a (clearly successful) attempt to gain some publicity for it, he’s released extended excerpts about his Two And A Half Men costar Charlie Sheen to The Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
The Wall Street and Two and a Half Men star blasted President Obama Thursday morning for filling out NCAA brackets on ESPN, calling him, “Barry Satera Kenya.”
Even more sad news out of Two and a Half Men, a halfway house for the criminally insane: Jon Cryer —arguably the most well-adjusted of the group, whatever that means—once turned to Charlie Sheen for help hiring prostitutes because he was "an emotional basket case" over his divorce. Read more...
One of the people who was front and center during Sheen?s time of trouble was Two and A Half Men actor Jon Cryer, who recently spoke out about Sheen?s erratic behavior during his final days on set.Click To Continue Reading
Charlie Sheen was a hooker-hawking devil on his "Two and a Half Men" co-star Jon Cryer's shoulder.
The former "Two and a Half Men" actor tells all about Sheen's public meltdown
Jon Cryer has had a long friendship with Two and a Half Men co-star Charlie Sheen. In his new tell-all memoir “So That Happened”, there’s a few fun and heartbreaking anecdotes about his friendship with the former star. According to the...Show More Summary
During the painful Charlie Sheen years of “Two and a Half Men,” his co-star Jon Cryer rarely said a word in public — save for a few interviews and one late-night TV skit mocking Sheen. It served Cryer well, as he quietly went along and collected his millions, starring in four more seasons with replacement […]
Jon Cryer starred opposite Charlie Sheen for seven seasons before the Two and a Half Men star's now-infamous meltdown. In an excerpt from Cryer's new memoir, So That Happened, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, Cryer recalls the disturbing and sad details of watching his friend hit rock bottom. Show More Summary
Jon Cryer is not holding back when it comes to Charlie Sheen and Two and a Half Men in his memoir “So That Happened.” Here are some small newly-released excerpts from the 49-year-old actor’s book (via THR): On working with Charlie: “One day during the first season of Two and a Half Men, I got [...]
Apparently, like the Highlander, there can be only one childlike actor delivering goofy lines about completely unbelievable situations on TV at a time. And since Ashton Kutcher has already completed his role on Two And A Half Men, that responsibility now falls to Robbie Kay. Show More Summary
Lovable underdog TV writer Chuck Lorre, known for creating such cult hits as Dharma & Greg, Grace Under Fire, and the short-lived Two And A Half Men, is finally getting the well-deserved recognition that has, thus far, eluded him. According...Show More Summary
Doesn't seem like he's laughing over that joke! Charlie Sheen was not a part of the series finale for the show Two and a Half Men even though he was apparently offered a role to appear. Chuck Lorre even had a cue card at the end of the show appear to explain how the actor was the [...]
As should have been expected, Charlie Sheen isn't happy with the way "Two and a Half Men" ended. TMZ caught up with the former star to get his thoughts -- which included a choice expletive -- but that's not the real story.In the short video, Sheen is out at a Los Angeles mall with a group of friends that happens to include actor Darius McCrary. Show More Summary
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While fans got a kick out of the "Two and a Half Men" series finale last month — which included a piano falling on Sheen's character (played by a look-alike actor), it turns out Sheen did not.When he was recently asked what he thought of show creator Chuck Lorre's parting shot — via a post-finale vanity card — Sheen had plenty to say.
Charlie Sheen is not happy about his character's exit from Two and a Half Men. In case you went to a lot of trouble to neither watch nor read about the series finale last month, here's what you need to know to appreciate this story: The finale involved a body...
Remember the surreal Two and a Half Men series finale? Well, we forgot about it for the most part, too, but it's worth noting that Charlie Sheen caught some (or all) of Chuck Lorre's petty piano smash/vanity card dig. TMZ captured Sheen's response, which quickly crescendos from indifferent to angry,... More »
If you ask Charlie Sheen a question, there?s a damned good chance you won?t just get an answer, but a ?Charlie Sheen answer.? And those are forever more fun, even if they?re not exactly kind or always sound of mind. Here's what he said about the Two and a Half Men finale. Click To Continue Reading