Charlie Brown, the Cincinatti Reds, death threats to ex -wives...what do these thigs have in common? They're all immortalized on Charlie Sheen's body in tattoo form! Speaking of threatening to kill people...
Charlie Sheen thought he would be a good mentor to Lindsay Lohan (ed. note: HAHAHAHA!). In fact he kept mentioning the idea in interviews until the troubled actress reportedly begged Charlie to stop talking about her.
According to Sheen, he and Rihanna were dining in the same restaurant when he sent a request for her to come over and meet his wife. She declined and ended up becoming the subject of one of Sheen's epic Twitter rants. RiRi responded by calling Sheen an "old queen."
One of Charlie's first big roles was Mitch "Wild Thing" Vaughn in the 1989 comedy Major League. Turns out Charlie dodn't have to do much research for the part. Not only was he already a wild thing, he'd spent several summers at an exclusive baseball camp and a coach who worked with him told ESPN Sheen could've gone pro.
In the late 80s, an up-and-coming actress naed Winona Horowitz was struggling to come up with a stage name. Sheen suggested Ryder after listening to The Doors' song "Riders on the Storm." Ryder confirms the story, but Sheen continues to gripe that she hasn't diven him enough credit.
Charlie Sheen was on screen for about 3 minutes in the 80s comedy classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Even so, he stayed up for two days to achieve the proper "strung out" look for his character. Now he has that look all the time.