Charlie Sheen went from being one of the highest paid actors on television for his role on sitcom Two and a Half Men to being a notorious, highly quotable and much unemployed crazy person. His 2011 antics led to him losing a lot of lucrative deals, including the position of America’s highest paid TV actor after being paid $14 million in earnings from Two and a Half Men. Let’s have a look at Charlie Sheen Net Worth now!
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Charlie’s personal life has always been subject to debate among the media industry. In 2016, it was reported that Sheen was paying $110,000 per month to his ex-wives. According to Charlie, he is in debt of $12 million due to mortgages. Even his monthly income has dropped while bearing $25,000 for his medical expenses, and along with that, Charlie was dealing with people who were threatening him that they would reveal that Sheen is HIV positive by paying them $10 million over a span of 4 years.
At this point of time, 2011 might seem like a while ago, but it’s pretty hard to forget Sheen said things like:
“I am on a drug. It’s called Charlie Sheen. It’s not available because if you try it once you will die. Your face will melt off and your children will weep over your exploded body. It’s too much.”
“I’m different. I have a different constitution, I have a different brain, I have a different heart. I got tiger blood, man.”
Yeah, that whole tiger blood thing is definitely timeless. So how does one recover from such insanity? Has Charlie Sheen squandered all of his earnings thanks to ruining his career or has he managed to bounce back?
First and foremost, although Sheen was kicked off Two and a Half Men due to his crazy behavior, he still owned a portion of the rights. He was originally receiving $613,000 a month for his profit participation rights, but sold the rights for a lump sum of $26,750,000.
Perez Hilton says that currently, Sheen averages about $87,384 a month but can earn as little as $6,261, like he did last month.
Apparently, Sheen says his monthly lifestyle costs him about $105,000 a month, so you can see the dilemma given the fact that he’s making less and he’s also required to pay a whopping $55,000 in child support to ex Brooke Mueller every month (he’s desperately fighting that.) Forbes says that Sheen pays $50,000 to ex-wife Denise Richards, as well.
After being diagnosed with HIV, Sheen’s also paying a significant amount of money to maintain his health every month. He says his healthcare costs total $25,000-a-month.
Sheen also claimed some of his previous sexual partners managed to extort $10 million from him as he tried to keep his diagnosis a secret.
Add in the fact that he says he is $12 million in debt from taxes, credit cards, legal fees, and other boring crap and Sheen doesn’t seem to be financially secure at all. At the very least, he’s certainly not making any money right now.
His last major project was Anger Management from 2012-2014, although he had a considerably decent payday from it thanks to its massive success. His next big project is starring in a 9/11 movie (appropriately titled Nine Eleven) alongside Whoppi Goldberg, which just seems strange.
In 2019, he is about to sell out his properties, and currently Charlie Sheen net worth has dropped over the years, but approximately it is $10 million.
Sheen was reportedly said to be worth $150,000,000 in 2018, but we estimate that number will continue decline unless he can find a steady income to pay off his growing monthly responsibilities.