Charlie Sheen calls 'Anger Management' his acting 'swan song'


If things break right for Charlie Sheen, he'll be filming 100 episodes of his new sitcom "Anger Management" over the next couple years. And after that? His life will be "soccer games and amusement parks" with his kids, because he sees the show as a "swan song" to his acting career."Inside here, regardless of what the persona may be, I'm still the 7-year-old kid in the back of the class, afraid to raise his hand," Sheen tells The New York Times. "I don't want this -- all of this -- to extinguish that child, because it can, and I refuse to grow up."Expect to see a lot of Sheen in the next couple weeks in the run-up to the June 28 premiere of "Anger Management" on FX. The Times profile notes that he has been working diligently on the show, which will air 10 episodes this summer. If the show meets an unstated ratings goal,...


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