This running seventh season may be the last one for the actor who portrays Jack's cool uncle because he wants to concentrate on family.
While attending Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 20, Charlie Sheen stopped for a quick word with Extra, to whom he hints a retirement. The actor said cryptically that his days as Charlie Harper on "Two and a Half Men" maybe over after his contract with the studio reaches the end.
"I got five kids, I've got amazing wife. There is life outside of show business," Sheen said on the red carpet. He added further, "It's been a great run. This is my last contract year, so maybe it's up to CBS and Warner Bros." The half-hour comedy show is airing its seventh season and thus it would be the final season for Sheen if he indeed quits.
Charlie Sheen is married to Brooke Mueller who gave birth to their twin sons last year. He also has two daughters from his failed marriage to Denise Richards and another one from girlfriend Paula Profit.
"Two and a Half Men" was one of the winners at the Emmys. Jon Cryer, who plays the other Harper brother, won Outstanding Supporting Actor in Comedy. Sheen, however, lost to Alec Baldwin from "30 Rock" in nabbing the Outstanding Lead Actor in Comedy.