- Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez: a Tale of Two Drastically Different Brothers
- Interview: Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez: ‘My father was a terrible drunk. It scared all of us’
- The Way: interview with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez
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Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez: a Tale of Two Drastically Different Brothers
Ramon Gerardo Antonio Estevez (born August 3, ), known professionally as Martin Sheen, .. He has played the father of sons Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen in various projects: he played Emilio's father in The War at Home, In the.and
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T hey are sitting on the sofa opposite me; they appear close, friendly, at ease. Our conversation should be upbeat — a celebration of a father and son who have just been collaborating professionally. But as I switch on my tape recorder, we all know that a cloud hangs over this family team. And even if you only rarely watch television, and never read the tabloids, you can't have failed to register the tragic, relentless one-man circus or should that be horror show? How does it feel — how can it feel — to have Charlie in your family?
He is the brother of actor Charlie Sheen and the son of actor Martin Sheen. Estevez started his career as an actor and is well known for being a member of the acting Brat Pack of the s, starring in The Breakfast Club , St. Elmo's Fire , and acting in the hit movie The Outsiders. Estevez's paternal grandparents were Irish and Galician immigrants. His father is a "devout Catholic " and his mother is a "strict Southern Baptist. Estevez initially attended school in the New York City public school system but transferred to a private academy once his father's career took off. He lived on Manhattan's Upper West Side until his family moved west in when his father was cast in Catch
Born into a show biz family and both of them Hollywood regulars, they could've been a dynamic duo, like Ben and Casey Affleck or Luke and Owen Wilson. Instead, Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez have gone down dramatically different paths, and it's hard to see them sharing the same screen or state of mind anytime soon. Sheen has poked fun at his older brother in his latest live shows. The audience broke into a chorus of "quacks," a dig at Estevez's role in the "Mighty Ducks" movies. Sheen quipped, "I told you to ban him. Maybe Sheen was insulting his family in an effort to up the enthusiasm for his show. Tickets for tonight's show in Boston, Mass.
Sign in. He is the eldest son of actor Martin Sheen , who at the time was just breaking into the business. His father is of half Spanish and half Irish descent, and his mother, whose family is from Kentucky, has English and Scottish ancestry. Before graduating from Santa Monica High School in , Estevez had already had a small role as a messenger boy in Apocalypse Now , that was ultimately cut from the film. Though his father had opted to use the stage name "Sheen" over his more ethnic birth name "Estevez," Emilio chose to retain the family name, hoping to avoid riding his father's coattails. He also thought the double "E" set of initials was "pretty. A part in The Outsiders followed, and Estevez made his first big splash as the punk rocker Otto in the cult classic Repo Man
Interview: Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez: ‘My father was a terrible drunk. It scared all of us’
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The Way: interview with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez
The Way , a haunting movie starring Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez, takes its viewers on the road to a very popular destination—the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. This world-famous cathedral—it is commonly believed—holds the remains of St. James the Greater, an apostle. Pilgrims hike here in large numbers and from long distances, often starting in France, to venerate this highly revered saint. For over 10 centuries, millions have come on pilgrimage to this great shrine along a variety of routes from all over Europe and beyond. Martin Sheen stars in the film.
The West Wing star and longtime prominent actor Martin Sheen raised a show-business family. In The Way , Sheen gets a chance to play out his longtime real-life dream of walking El Camino de Santiago, a traditional kilometer pilgrimage route through Spain that draws tens of thousands of travelers every year. During the multi-week walk, he meets a series of new companions and gradually opens up during a journey that is in part spiritual, though rarely overtly religious. In the middle of a cross-country bus tour to support the self-distributed The Way , Sheen and Estevez sat down with The A. Note: Producer David Alexanian was present to film the interview for a possible documentary about the bus tour, and occasionally entered the conversation as well. The A. Club: It seems a little sadistic for a son to write and direct a film starring his father as a man dealing with the death of his son.
By Craig McLean. In the Philippine jungle, in the typhoon season of , things were not going well for Martin Sheen and his year-old son Emilio Estevez. Sheen was drinking heavily during the shoot. But, yeah, it was horrible. And because I was the oldest, it was always directed at me. But I think the Philippines was the last physical fight we had.