'Entourage' creator Doug Ellin has confirmed he has approached Charlie Sheen, and is now waiting for a response.
Charlie Sheen has been given the chance to head back to the small screen with a cameo role in hit TV series "Entourage". The troubled actor was fired from his role in popular sitcom "Two and a Half Men" earlier this year after months of bizarre antics and a public feud with the show's creator, Chuck Lorre.
He has now been given the chance to grace TV screens once again with a part in "Entourage", which stars Adrian Grenier as a pampered movie star. "Entourage" creator Doug Ellin has confirmed he has approached Sheen, but is waiting for a response. He tells TV Guide, "I called his manager and was told maybe I'd get him,. But I'm still waiting for Charlie to call me back. I'd come up with something good."
In another news related to Charlie Sheen, it was reported that CBS and Warner Bros. were close to sign Hugh Grant to replace him on "Two and a Half Men". The "Notting Hill" actor, however, turned down the offer because he was not ready to do a series which requires a lot of work.