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Originally posted 05/13/2011 06:55PM
Charlie Sheen called him a "turncoat, a traitor, a troll", but Two and a Half Men's Jon Cryer had only nice things to say about his former costar after news broke that Ashton Kutcher is joining the sitcom.
"I want to express my enormous gratitude to Charlie Sheen for eight great seasons. I'm extremely proud of the work we've done together, and I will miss him," the actor, 46, says in a statement. "But I'm also looking forward to this new beginning."
Originally posted 04/08/2011 02:40PM
Charlie Sheen's tour is rolling on – and Friday night the actor is making the first of two sold-out stops at New York's Radio City Music Hall. But will the audience be filled with celebrity fans?
Lindsay Lohan, who has been spending time in New York City with her family, will have to cheer from California: The actress just arrived back in Los Angeles, but has recently professed her love of Sheen. On Thursday, she Tweeted how the former Two and a Half Men star cracks her up.
"Youre with a winner, you wont regret this"-charlie sheen as bud fox in Wall Street (winner-winning!) made me laugh lol," Lohan wrote.
Originally posted 03/11/2011 07:10AM
The other "man" has been heard from.
Jon Cryer, labeled "a troll" by his former Two and a Half Men costar Charlie Sheen – who later half-apologized – all because Cryer didn't rush to Sheen's defense in the latter's war against their producers, is silent no more. Nor has he lost his sense of humor.
"This is very painful for me, not the least of which … I'm sorry, I can't believe I'm saying this … The fact is, I am a troll," Cryer, 45, announced on TBS's Conan on Thursday. (After host Conan O'Brien introduced Cryer, and the curtains parted and he walked out, the audience didn't seem to believe he was there.)
"It's not something I like to talk about. My parents don't even know I'm a troll," said Cryer. "Of course, I guess they do now."
Originally posted 03/09/2011 08:05PM
Charlie Sheen still continues to bash his former Two and a Half Men boss Chuck Lorre – but when it comes to costar Jon Cryer, Sheen is rethinking his negative comments.
"I'll apologize to Jon right now," Sheen, 45, said Wednesday morning on K-EARTH 101 radio station. "I was in a mood and I threw that out to somebody. I didn't know they – well I kinda knew they were gonna print it. Yeah, I knew they were gonna print it. I confuse myself."
But to avoid any confusion, Sheen clarifies, "It's a little bit of a half-apology. An apol."
Originally posted 03/08/2011 05:05PM
One-and-a-half men – and a troll?
After unloading on his sitcom boss, Charlie Sheen has turned his colorful rhetoric toward his Two and a Half Men costar Jon Cryer.
"Jon has not called me," Sheen, 45, tells E! Online. "He's a turncoat, a traitor, a troll. … Is it going to take me calling him a 'traitor, juvenile and scared' for him to get it?"
Originally posted 02/26/2011 08:05PM
Jon Cryer has been mum about the recent hubbub over his Two and a Half Men costar Charlie Sheen – and he's staying that way despite reports that he broke his silence on Twitter.
On Saturday, reports circulated that Cryer had posted a message on Twitter saying he was "shocked" that his hit CBS sitcom had been "axed," but it wasn't the actor.
A rep for Cryer tells PEOPLE the account attributed to him is fake. "He's not on Facebook or Twitter," says the rep.
Sheen, 45, went on a bizarre rant this week in which he took pointed aim at his show's creator Chuck Lorre. The network responded by halting further production of the show. Cryer has not commented on Sheen, Lorre or the decision to cancel the rest of the show's season.
Originally posted 09/29/2009 06:30AM
Jon Cryer and his wife, Lisa Joyner, adopted a baby girl, the Two and a Half Men Emmy winner's rep confirms to PEOPLE.
The infant, named Daisy, was born Aug. 11 and is the first child for Cryer, 44, and Joyner, 42, who married in June 2007.
On Sept. 20, while picking up his Emmy as outstanding supporting actor on a comedy series for his CBS show, Cryer mentioned his "baby girl" in his acceptance speech.
The actor also has a son, Charlie, 9, from a previous marriage.
– Monica Rizzo
Originally posted 09/20/2009 08:30PM
Sunday night's 61st Primetime Emmy Awards got off to a big yuk even though the first winner of the evening, Kristin Chenoweth, dissolved into tears as she accepted her golden statuette as best supporting actress in a comedy series – ABC's canceled Pushing Daisies.
"I don't know why I'm crying," she said, after thanking her parents. "I'm unemployed now, and I'd like to be on Mad Men. I also like The Office and '24'." Chenoweth concluded by thanking the TV Academy for recognizing a show no longer on the air.
Laughs were the order of the night. When Alec Baldwin delivered his Emmy acceptance speech for best actor in a comedy series, the 30 Rock star, grabbing his statuette from presenter Rob Lowe, told the crowd, "I'd trade this to look like him."
Supporting actor in a sitcom, Jon Cryer, took the Emmy for CBS's Two and a Half Men. Accepting, he said he used to think awards were shallow displays of popularity, while now he sees that they recognize true achievement. He also said of costar Charlie Sheen, "He's amazing."
Originally posted 06/17/2007 08:05AM
Jon Cryer of Two and a Half Men married entertainment reporter Lisa Joyner in Mexico on Saturday, his rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
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