Many shows on TV are geared towards a family. There is Two and a Half Men, Old Christine and a handful of others. Then there is CSI, Law and Order, Numb3rs and Ghost Whisperer. Some of these shows are not really meant for little ones to watch. Show More Summary
Since Two and a Half Men is officially over, it looks like Jon Cryer is going back to his roots! This week, the actor took a step back in time on The Late Late Show With James Corden when he reprised his role of Duckie from the movie Pretty In Pink! The 49-year-old actor and late night [...]
Kutcher wanted to share a Malibu house with his co-star, thus living out the plot of their hit show.
Visualisation of the 262 episodse / 12 seasons of the cult series "Two and a Half Men" (line) versus ~ 1,500 episodes of the 20 comedy series that exceeded at least once the 10 million viewers over a season (dots).
Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher played roommates on "Two and a Half Men," but Cryer recently revealed that the pair have another common thread.In his new memoir, "So That Happened," Cryer reveals that 30 years ago, he dated Kutcher's ex-wife Demi Moore after he and the actress co-starred in the 1984 flick "No Small Affair.
According to his co-star Jon Cryer, Charlie Sheen comported himself like a professional when he came on set during the first few seasons of Two and a Half Men: He was on time and always hit his marks despite partying all night. That feeling of respect would quickly deteriorate. In his... More »
Jon Cryer wants you to know that he’s one lucky Duckie — during a recent interview, he revealed that he once dated one of Hollywood’s hottest women. However, during the same interview, he lost a few cool points by admitting that he once hired a prostitute. Show More Summary
Taking a break from their parental duties, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis left Wyatt Isabelle with a sitter and attended the Los Angeles Dodgers opening day game yesterday (April 6). The “Two and a Half Men” hunk and his gorgeous “Forgetting...Show More Summary
It’s tough getting past your most famous role when it comes so early on in your career, and Jon Cryer can tell you all about that. Duckie, the New Wave rockabilly nerd who is obsessed with Molly Ringwald’s character in Pretty in Pink, has followed him even after he finished starring in... More »
Last summer, when Chuck Lorre announced there would be a same-sex marriage on the final season of his long-running CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, a predictable uproar ensued. The problem was that the union involved two heterosexual men—original...Show More Summary
Charlie Sheen’s former fiancée is revealing the horrific injuries she claims the former Two and a Half Men star inflicted on her during a series of brutal and bloody arguments.… READ ON
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.”
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