It’s the new mane event for ‘West Wing’ star.
Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez examine the nature of their relationship and the ways it's shaped their lives in their loving, candid new memoir.
Plus, Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellan made kisses on each other, Charlie Sheen was hospitalized for a very Charlie Sheen reason, and Joel McHale fits right in on the 'X-Files' set.
Maybe it was from all the tiger's blood?! On Monday, Charlie Sheen had quite the health scare after experiencing a pretty severe case of food poisoning that resulted in his hospitalization. [ Related: Martin Sheen Reflects On Charlie...Show More Summary
Science has shown that many children strongly resemble their biological parents, and celebrities have also taken it upon themselves to prove this fact. Just to list a few: Colin and Tom Hanks, Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez, and Gwyneth and Apple Paltrow. Show More Summary
At a press conference for Grace and Frankie last month, stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin told reporters that supporting players Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston were being paid the same as they were, and they weren't happy with it. "The show is not Sol and Robert," said Tomlin."It's Grace... More »
Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston's gay couple, on the other hand, are a delight.
Martin Sheen is speaking out about his son Charlie Sheen’s meltdown. While the media heavily covered Charlie’s breakdown in 2011, complete with his catch phrases, his father claims that there was a lot going on behind the scenes that in the end, made him feel powerless. Show More Summary
Since Charlie Sheen’s public meltdown in 2011, the actor’s father Martin Sheen has kept quiet about his son’s situation. Now, four years after, the elder Sheen spoke in a frank interview with Radio Times about how he truly felt about Charlie’s struggle with addiction. Show More Summary
We can't imagine what it must be like to watch someone you love suffer from addiction, especially so publicly. In a May 25 interview, Martin Sheen reflected on Charlie Sheen's crazy and very public meltdown — a rocky period in his son's life which ultimately led to his firing from Two & A Half Men. [ Related: [...]
Finally, an explanation for Charlie Sheen's 2011 meltdown: It was not, in fact, fueled by tiger blood and Adonis DNA, but by steroids, according to dad Martin. "Only those of us that knew him understood what was going on. I'm talking about steroids, at that time," Sheen says of his...
For many of us, Emilio Estevez isn't just Emilio Estevez, son of Martin Sheen, brother of Charlie Sheen or distinguished member of the '80s Brat Pack. No, above all of that, he is, and forever will be, Gordon Bombay -- as in, the reluctant...Show More Summary
The new Netflix comedy "Grace and Frankie" is ostensibly a show about the coming out of two septuagenerian men (played by Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) and the fallout of their divorces from their wives (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin). Show More Summary
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin aren’t the only ones who think they should be paid more for starring in “Grace and Frankie.”
The actors join TODAY to talk about the new Netflix comedy series "Grace and Frankie," in which they play men who leave their longtime wives for each other. The new show stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.
GRACE AND FRANKIE Four of our most venerable actors – Jane Fonda (77), Lily Tomlin (75), Martin Sheen (74) and Sam Waterston (74) - are starring in a new Netflix series, Grace and Frankie. As with the Kevin Spacey show,...
Netflix’s disappointingly rote “Grace and Frankie” stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as women whose law-partner husbands, Robert and Sol (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston), have come out as gay lovers and have plans to marry. Read full article >>
May on Netflix brings more high-profile original series, including "Grace and Frankie," starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as two women who bond when their husbands -- Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen -- reveal they're gay and leave their wives to be together. Show More Summary
You may have heard that when the world ends, CNN has a video it plans to play as the network's way of saying sayonara to the human race. Thing is, it's kind of boring (who wants to die listening to the same song the people on the Titanic drowned to?),... More »
Martin Sheen hosts the ‘Last Week Tonight’ version of CNN’s doomsday video.