Actor wants reality TV show on his living with HIV
Hollywood actor, Charlie Sheen is set to get some positivity out of his health situation, as he is reportedly working on a reality TV show on his life and living with HIV virus.
A source reveals exclusively to Us Weekly that the 50-year-old Emmy-nominated actor, 50, is in talks with several producers for his reality TV show.
The source says:
"He's met with various producers. He'd really open up and allow the cameras inside his world."
Sheen who used to be Television's highest paid actor before getting fired from CBS' Two and a Half Men in 2011 due to his erratic behaviour and drug use, might find this gig hard to get.
All the same, the father-of-five desires a fresh start at work and at home and thinks this reality TV show is the key to the work front.
As for the home front, Sheen is working hard at being there for his kids after all the bad blood shared between himself and his ex wife, Denise Richards, who filed a lawsuit against him in January over alleged threats to herself and the kids.
Sheen spent July 4th watching fireworks with Richards and their daughters, Sam, 12, Lola, 11.
Another insider confirms to Us Weekly that, "They're on good terms."
Sheen who has revealed to Piers Morgan that he has been on “the future of HIV treatment" (the Pro 140), wants to take viewers along on his journey battling the disease.
Sheen first made the big reveal in November, 2015, and has since suffered different kinds of backlash for hiding his status for as long as he did.
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