Can`t let ‘Two and a Half Men’ become my legacy: Charlie Sheen
Los Angeles: After being axed from the hit TV sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men’, troubled actor Charlie Sheen is hoping for a second chance.
The 46-year-old says he wants people to remember him for his new show `Anger Management` and not for the drama surrounding his firing from the TV show, reported Us magazine.
"I can`t have what happened with `Two and a Half Men` be my legacy. Something like this is such a better opportunity to really go out on a real strong note," Sheen said.
The actor also said that given what`s happened over the past few years, he is more committed to being a father than an actor.
Sheen has been married three times and has five children.
"They`re doing great. That`s why I`m excited about this show possibly being my swan song. Then I can leave that behind and just be a full-time dad. I`m not saying I`m done forever. I just want to take some time off and do some movies or more TV. I don`t know. I don`t really have a plan," he added.
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