Charlie Sheen Talks Life Turnaround on the "Today" Show
He's in the midst of building his career back up after his highly-publicized "Two and a Half Men" meltdown, and Charlie Sheen talked about his turnaround during an appearance on the "Today" show on Thursday morning (March 29).
Clad in a suit and tie, the 46-year-old sat down with Matt Lauer to plug his upcoming FX series "Anger Management" - which makes its debut this June.
As for pushing through the volatile times, Sheen dished, "It was a team effort that was ultimately led by myself because it has to be, you know, to make a decision to fix, or, you know, change any situation. But yeah, no, there was a lot of close friends. There was a lot of support."
Then questioned whether or not this is where he thought he'd be a year removed from his breakdown, Charlie replied, "No, I thought ut would take at least 13 months. That's a joke. Sorry. Thank you. I didn't... I didn't really have a plan. I was just - I guess the plan was to just reintroduce myself to America and to the media and just say, sorry about that. But here's what's happening now."
Kind of relaunching?" Lauer followed-up.
"Yeah. It's a trip. It's not that much time to put this much back together," Sheen answered.