Does Charlie Sheen Have HIV/AIDS?

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Charlie Sheen is the stage name of Carlos Irwin Estévez, an American actor born on September 3, 1965. Sheen earned US$1.8 million per year, making him the highest-paid actor in television in 2010.

Sheen has acted in movies including The Arrival (1993), Wall Street (1987), Young Guns (1988), The Rookie (1990), and Platoon (1986).

Then, after receiving several Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy nominations, he played Charlie Harper on the CBS comedy Two and a Half Men (2003–11) and Dr. Charles “Charlie” Goodson on the FX series Anger Management (2012–14).

Sheen won the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his depiction of Charlie Crawford in the 2000s, when he took over from Michael J. Fox as the lead of ABC’s Spin City.

Sheen’s private life has made headlines, including claims of drug and alcohol misuse, marital issues, and domestic violence.

Does Charlie Sheen Have HIV/AIDS?

Charlie Sheen disclosed he had HIV in a TODAY interview with Matt Lauer back in 2015.

The “Charlie Sheen effect” was later used to refer to the dramatic rise in internet searches for HIV prevention and testing that followed the admission.


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