Charlie Sheen is a renowned actor in Hollywood holding almost $10 million net worth as of 2019. But, amazingly he was worth more than $125 million in his career peak.
Golden Globe Award-Winning actor Sheen is best known for his work on Platoon (1986), Wall Street (1987), Spin City (2002), Two and a Half man(2003 - 2011), and Anger Management (2012 - 2014).
Sheen has faced many ups and downs throughout his career which were very fatal in his life. So, let's find out below what caused the loss of his wealth.
Cars and Private jet owned by Charlie
Charlie is very fond of cars he has many collections which include 1966 Nascar Ford Mustang car, Mercedez Benz S600 $160,000, Porsche Turbo worth $150,000, Bently $320,000.
He also gifted a Mercedes-Benz S63 for $160,000 for her rumored girlfriend and a Mercedes-Benz CL 600 for his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller.
Not only cars and house Charlie owns a private jet and used for his 51st birthday. The cost of his private jet is around $3 million which he enjoys by flying to fly to Seattle and Las Vegas with his ex-wife Denise Richards and daughters, Lola and Sam.
Houses of Charile - Two Mansions
Successful actor Charlie owns huge mansions Mulholland Estates which is of 7,924 square-foot that includes five-bedroom, seven-bathroom which was worth $10 million. Later, the house was then listed on sale for $8,999,999 million and got sold in $8,499,999
His second mansion Valley Rance which is in Beverly Hills was of $10 million worth and later listed the house for $7.2 million.
Earnings from Anger Management
Anger Management was aired on June 28, 2012, with a total of 2 seasons with 100 episodes. Within a very short period of time, the show was a big success and it was ranked as the most-watched sitcom premiere in cable history which broke the rating record with 5.4 million viewers.
Charlie who is the main cast in the show earned $2 million per episode. So, at the end of the show, Charlie earned $200 million through out the show and somehow he earned 40 percent of the series' profit.
Earning from Two and a half-men
The once highest-paid American television star, Charlie Sheen used to earn $1.8 million per episode from the show Two and a half-men in the show's final season and used to bring $48 million every year. The show ran for 12 seasons including 262 episodes, however, Charlie was on the show for only 178 episodes.
Charlie sheen as Charlie Harper in the show died in Paris after being struck by a train and the premier of 9th season was featured by his funeral.
Breakdown of his career
Sheen was once worth $125 million dollars but is now worth only $10 million after the breakdown of his career after his drug addict, alcoholic, allegations of domestic violence, prostitution, and marital problems. In 2015 Charlie openly said that he was HIV positive and was cured four years ago.
Charlie's fallout was very shocking news for Hollywood as he was one of the highest-paid actors. In the summer of 1990, actor Charlie spend almost a month in the rehab center for the treatment of alcohol addiction. He was called again in a rehab center after being pulled over by police in Los Angeles and also for his near-fatal overdose and should be on supervision because he was on prescription medication.
Sheen was also fired from the show Two and a half men because of his inability to perform, collaborate with staff, making negative comments about the show and work with producers due to his addiction. The actor was sent a firing letter by Warner Bros stating he was engaged in very dangerously self-destructive conduct and seems to be very sick.
The actor luxurious life was also a reason for a breakdown of his career as he used to spend $1,629,507 on hookers, $410,000 on his personal chef, $130,000 on parties, hotels, and $135,000 on clothing. Due to his unnecessary spending, his monthly income also dropped $600,000 to $167,000. His career was on the edge of a cliff as he owed millions of dollars to his lawyers and have $12 million debts to pay.
Charlie has altogether 3 unsuccessful marriage with Donna Peele (1995 - 1996), Denise Richards (2002 - 2006), Brooke Mueller (2008 - 2011). He has a total of five children two of Denise Richards (Lola Rose Sheen and Sam Sheen), two of Brooke Mueller (Max Sheen and Bob Sheen) and one from his ex-girlfriend Paula Profit (Cassandra Jade Estevez).
For raising his childrens Charlie is paying $110,000 per month to his ex-wives Denise and Brooke for child support. But later after his weak finance, Charlie was unable to pay his spouse and a judge made his spousal payment to $25,000 per month to support his kids.