Dead keen on a Men re­boot

Char­lie Sheen says rage, not drugs, fu­elled his ax­ing from the once-pop­u­lar com­edy

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‘‘Not dur­ing the melt­down,’’ he ex­plains. ‘‘Dur­ing the pre­vi­ous 30 years, sure.’’

Sheen ad­mits he never felt as though he was in dan­ger, claim­ing he was be­ing spurred on by his rage.

‘‘I’m sure it looked like I was go­ing to spon­ta­neously com­bust at any moment. It was an adrenal ride,’’ he adds. ‘‘I think it was mostly fu­elled by anger.’’ Since leav­ing Two and a Half Men, Sheen has landed a new star­ring role in US TV show Anger Man­age­ment. Both air in Aus­tralia on Chan­nel 9 and re­gional af­fil­i­ate NBN.

Nine, NBN, Go!; Daily, var­i­ous times, The Com­edy Chan­nel

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