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Topic - Martin Sheen
Gov. Pat Quinn is getting help from actor Martin Sheen as he makes his push to raise Illinois' minimum wage.
Actor Martin Sheen has lent his performing skills for a play written and produced by American Indian students in New Mexico.
Actor Charlie Sheen, a lifelong Cincinnati Reds fan, has pledged to donate $50,000 to the team's Community Fund, matching the amount broadcaster Marty Brennaman raised for charity in return for having his head shaved on the field.
Go ahead, ask the perfect father of the perfect child for parenting tips. But since most of us fall short of flawless, how about considering Father's Day advice from a dad who's grappled with personal shortcomings, seen a son face his own struggles and still counts his blessings.
Martin Sheen shone a spotlight Monday on a prisoner's efforts to get his 1999 murder conviction thrown out, saying the case "cries out for justice."
While promoting their movie "The Way" in Washington on Friday, Emilio Estevez and Martin Sheen expressed love and support for their sometimes-troubled family member, Charlie Sheen.
Bradley Cooper is taking on the role of Satan in the upcoming film adaptation of John Milton's epic poem "Paradise Lost."
Stephen King is in talks to write a season-two episode of AMC's "Walking Dead," actress Laurie Holden said at a panel event at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo last weekend, notes the Hollywood Reporter.
Sheen speaks out
"So it's a very serious problem and very costly," he said. "And the monies that are spent on drug court and training and in rehab, the dollars are the biggest bargain you can possibly get in public health."
Martin Sheen says a drug court saved the life of a friend of his who was self-destructing from drug and alcohol abuse.