Bad boys for life?
Published 24/06/2010 | 05:00
Reform seems unlikely for these wild lads:
Rehab, restraining orders, Hollywood madams, arrests and divorces -- Charlie Sheen has made scandal his stomping patch.
He was arrested last Christmas Day on charges of second-degree assault and menacing. But he's never single long, and used his bad-boy image to make him one of the highest-paid TV actors.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers
The talented Cork actor seems fated to always slip back into his ways. After three stints in rehab, he blew it last month with drunken 'belligerent' behaviour boarding a flight to LA.
His swarthy, dark looks have a temper to match. The Gladiator star famously threw a telephone at an hotel clerk in 2005 and has a reputation for altercations over interviews and speeches.
Wife Danielle Spencer, mum to their kids Charlie (6) and Tennyson (3), says: "I don't think I've tamed Russell."
He's in and out of prison, famed for being a junkie, and often fails to make it to his own gigs. Despite looking like he needs a good wash, Pete still gets pulses racing and dates some of the world's most desirable women.
The classic Hollywood bad boy, party-loving, sunglasses-wearing Jack Nicholson hasn't grown up, he's just gotten bigger. The Casanova was named by Rolling Stone as 'The Great Seducer' and has a penchant for lines like 'I only use Viagra when I'm with more than one woman'.