The net worth of the actor stunningly changed after the popular series Two and a Half Men. See the details below.
Charlie Sheen is an American actor, who became famous for his work in the late 80’s. Many of the younger generation know him as the iconic Charlie Harper in Two and a Half Men.
He played the character for a long 8 years, as the show became one of the most watched shows on Television.
The problem came when Sheen adopted a rebellious, rock star like behavior. He became addicted to drugs and alcohol, was partying wildly, causing havoc, and appearing in all the news outlets for causing trouble.
In 2011, Sheen was relieved from the Two and a Half Men series, whilst struggling in and out of rehab. Since then, his film career has been very quiet.
During Two and a Half Men days, Charlie Sheen reportedly earned $40 million every year including his syndicate points. But after losing Two and a Half Men, he reportedly made a risky but good deal with the makers of Anger Management. However, according to the reports of an international portal, he did not receive a single dime from the show and the gamble turned out to be a massive failure for Sheen.
Apart from the syndicate fiasco with Anger Management, Charlie Sheen’s personal life was also taking a toll on his purse. He had two expensive divorces and reportedly paid $110,000 per month as alimony to his two ex-wives.
However, later he went to court with the plea that his reduced payments were taking a toll on his already weakened financial status.
According to a document submitted by Charlie Sheen to the Los Angeles court, he was only left with $10 million to his name.