In Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen played Chalie Harper, Alan Harper’s billionaire brother, noted for being a renowned composer of Jingles and children’s music. As some fans know, Charlie Sheen stayed on the comedy series Two and a Half Men until season 8 when it came out suddenly. The actor entered rehabilitation for substance abuse in the middle of the eighth installment of the series.
Initially, Sheen’s temporary departure caused production on Two and a Half Men to be halted and scheduled to continue shortly after. However, a series of offensive statements by the actor against the producer of the program, made everything change.
During a radio interview on the Alex Jones program, the interpreter of Charile Harper, gave a series of statements that questioned his permanence in the hit comedy. And it is that in the interview, Charlie Sheen’s comments were directed to the creator of Two and a Half Men, Chuck Lorre. According to the TMZ website, the series actor commented that he “violently hated” Lorre to the point of disparagingly calling him a “stupid little man.”
After Charlie Sheen’s comments aired, the production of Two and a Half Men season 8 was officially canceled, and a week later the actor was fired, as a consequence, to end the character’s story. From Charlie Sheen in Two and a Half Men, series creator Chuck Lorre decided to assassinate billionaire Charlie Harper, causing him to be run over by a train.
According to Jon Cryer, at the beginning of the program everything was fine, but later, Charlie Sheen maintained an erratic behavior that did not allow tranquility in the workplace, which led to the affectation of the cast of the comedy series
In addition to this, the actor also commented on a moment of tension and confusion on set, thanks to the behavior of Charlie Sheen.
And it is that after he was fired from Two and a Half Men, in 2013 Charlie Sheen publicly referred to the moments before the departure of the successful comedy series, in an interview with Katie Couric, titled “Why Charlie Sheen really Two and a Half Men left. “
In the same interview, he asked Sheen about how he would go about balancing himself between having a social life and fulfilling the duties of his television role on the series Two and a Half Men. This is what the actor replied back then:
Sheen’s firing from Two and a Half Men was made official on March 7, 2011. Documents surrounding the firing were made public, revealing that, at the time, Sheen allegedly “engaged in dangerously self-destructive conduct and appears to be very sick”.