Charlie's in a good place now, says Sheen Snr
'WEST Wing' actor Martin Sheen has spoken of his hope that his son, hellraising sit-com star Charlie Sheen, continues his recovery from his public meltdown last year.
His son was fired from his role on hit TV show 'Two and a Half Men' after verbally abusing its creator, and has gone through a number of drugs rehabilitation programmes in recent years.
Sheen, who played Josiah Bartlett over eight seasons of the 'West Wing', agreed his son was in "a good place" during an appearance on 'The Late Late Show' last night.
Sheen, pictured, told Ryan Tubridy how he was appearing with Charlie in a new TV show, 'Anger Management'.
"Charlie suggested I play his father – I don't know why," he said.
He continued: "I did and it's been a great deal of fun... so let's hope that it keeps going and that he keeps improving, and we'll give thanks and praise."