charlie sheen and Chuck Loreprotagonist and co-creator, respectively, of “Two and a Half Men“, will work together on the sitcom “How to Be a Bookie”, twelve years after their personal disputes distanced them.
Sheen will have a recurring role in this series which will star comedian Sebastian Maniscalco and will premiere on the Max platform, a fusion of HBO Max and Discovery+, reported Deadline exclusively on Tuesday, a medium specialized in entertainment.
after a series of fights and insults by Sheen back in 2011, the interpreter was fired and the character of Charlie Harper died suddenly in the successful series from CBS, but now they have decided to cross their professional paths again after the actor was remorseful on several occasions.
After “Two and a Half Men”, Sheen starred in the comedy “Anger Management” (2012)the feature film “9/11” (2015) and acted as a guest in the series “The Goldbergs” on ABC.
His appearance in “How to Be a Bookie” is part of his return to television after having confirmed his participation in another comedy yet to be produced: “Ramble On by Doug Ellin.”
“How to Be a Bookie” tells the story of a veteran of the world of gambling in Los Angeles who tries to get ahead between the loss of clients and the pressure of his family during an adventure that will take him through different corners of the city of the stars.
Omar J. Dorsey, Andrea Anders, Vanessa Ferlito, Jorge García and Maxim Swinton complete the cast of this film.