Charlie Sheen Trivia Questions With Answers
What was Charlie Sheen's birth name?
A: Carlos Irwin Estévez.
Where was Charlie Sheen born?
A: In New York City.
Who was Charlie Sheen's mother?
A: Artist Janet Templeton.
How many children does Charlie have?
A: He has five children and one grandchild.
In 1999, Sheen played himself in what movie?
A: Being John Malkovich.
Who was Charlie Sheen's father?
A: Actor Martin Sheen.
In 1988, Sheen starred in a baseball film, "Eight Men Out",
as an outfielder named what?
A: Happy Felsch.
Sheen's paternal grandparents were
immigrants from what
A: Spain and Ireland.
CBS canceled the four remaining episodes of Two and a Half
Men after Charlie made derogatory comments in public about
A: The series' creator, Chuck Lorre.
What are the names of Sheen's two older brothers?
A: Emilio Estevez and Ramon Estevez.
In 1989, Sheen, John Fusco, Christopher Cain, Lou Diamond
Phillips, Emilio Estévez and Kiefer Sutherland were honored with a Bronze
Wrangler for their work on what movie?
A: Young Guns.
What is the name of Charlie Sheen's younger sister?
A: Renée Estevez.
On what date was Charlie dismissed from Two and a Half Men?
A: On March 7, 2011.
In 1998, what movie did Sheen write, produce and star in?
A: No Code of Conduct.
The role that Sheen played on Two and a Half Men was
loosely based on Sheen's what?
A: Bad boy image.
At age nine, in what movie did Charlie's make his first
A: The Execution of Private Slovik.
Where did Charlie Sheen attend high school?
A: Santa Monica High School in Santa Monica, California.
In high school, he made amateur Super 8 films with his
brother Emilio and what two school friends?
A: Rob Lowe and Sean Penn.
Just a few weeks before graduation, Charlie was expelled
from school for what reason?
A: Poor grades and attendance.
Charlie's movie career started in 1984 when he landed a
role in what Cold War teen drama?
A: Red Dawn.
Sheen and what actress reunited in a small scene in Ferris Bueller's Day Off in 1986?
On what date did Sheen marry his third wife Brooke Mueller?
A: May 30, 2008.
In 1988 Charlie starred opposite his brother Emilio in
A: Young Guns.
In what year did Sheen write his first movie, Discovery
A: In 1997.
In the year 2000, Charlie made his debut on the small
screen by replacing who for the last two seasons of the
sitcom Spin City?
A: Michael J. Fox.
For his role on Spin City, Charlie was nominated for two
ALMA Awards and won his first what?
A: Golden Globe.
In 2003, Sheen was cast as what character in the CBS sitcom
Two and a Half Men?
A: Charlie Harper.
During the run of the show he won three Emmy Award
nominations and how many Golden Globe award nominations?
During his eighth and final season on Two and a Half Men,
how much money did Sheen earn per episode?
A: $1.8 million.
What actor replaced Charlie on Two and a Half Men?
A: Ashton Kutcher.
How many people watched Charlie Sheen get roasted on Comedy
Central on September 19, 2011?
A: 6.4 million people.
How many times has Charlie Sheen been married?
A: Three times.
What did Charlie accidentally do in January 1990 to his
fiancée, Kelly Preston?
A: He accidentally shot her in the arm.
In the 1990s, Sheen dated a number of what kind of
A: Adult film actresses.
On September 3, 1995, who did Sheen marry?
A: His first wife, Donna Peele.
Sheen was outed as a client of an escort agency operated by
what famous celebrity?
A: Heidi Fleiss.