Charlie Sheen is ready to get back in front of cameras, but this time, he's hoping it'll be for a reality show. Just seven months after revealing he is HIV-positive, the 50-year-old actor is starting to consider the idea of his own reality TV show.
The show would focus on him living with the virus and “his life in general,” a source tells Us Weekly. “He’s met with various producers. He’d really open up and allow the cameras inside his world.”
The Emmy-nominated actor is known for his erratic behavior on set. After his abrupt firing on CBS’s Two and a Half Men and the cancellation of Anger Management, we wonder who will produce his show, if anyone at all.
The one thing he does have going for himself is he would make great reality TV.
“Like every other challenge in my life, again, I was victorious and kicking this disease’s a--," the father of five wrote in an open letter for The Today Show last year. "I wish my story had ended there. Unfortunately, for my family and myself, it had only just begun.”