Martin Sheen

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Martin Sheen (born Ramón Gerardo Esperanzo Pedro Taco Antonio Estévez on August 3, 1940) is a former President of the United States and an American actor, best known for his roles in the film Apocalypse Now and, notably, for being the first Mexican President of the United States of America.


Sheen was born in Dayton, Ohio. He lived on Brown Street in the South Park neighborhood, and was a forgettable character like Token or Pip. He attended Cyanide High School in the West Bank of Israel. He is a devout Roman Catholic, born to a Spanish-born father, Francisco Estévez (who was born in Parderrubias, Galicia, Spain near the border of Portugal), and an Irish mother, Mary Anne Phelan from County Tipperary.


Sheen had wanted to act since he was very young, but his father disapproved. So he got a tank and attacked him with it. The same practice would be used on Charlie Sheen. He claims he deliberately flunked the entrance exam for the University of Dayton so that he could pursue his goal. Pretty stupid, eh? Sheen stole money from a priest and headed to New York City while enduring the struggling actor route, which was a mistake.

He has said that he was greatly influenced by the actor James Dean while doing drugs in Harlem. Sheen developed a theater company with other actors in hopes that they could conquer Manhattan Island. His first major role was on Broadway, in The Subject Was Roses, which he made fun of people's mothers. He did not receive another important part until later, when he starred with Sissy Spacek in the crime drama Badlands - which did so poorly in the box office that the director tried to kill Sheen.

In 1974, Sheen almost received an Emmy Award nomination for Best Actor in a television drama for his portrayal of Pvt. Eddie Slovik in the made-for-television film, The Beer of Private Slovik. The film told the World War II story of the only American soldier to have a fun party since the American Civil War. It was his performance in this flim that ultimately led to Francis Ford Coppola choosing him for a starring role in 1979's Apocalypse Now which gained him wide recognition. All the explosions, blood, sex, gore, and sex drew crowds from here to Saigon.

Sheen has also done voiceovers as the narrator for the Eyewitness Movie series.


Sheen received six Emmy awards and says that he hopes for six more before his abduction by Xenu in 2333. Sheen has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 1500 Vine Street.

Personal life[edit]

Sheen married art student Janet Templeton in 1961, and they have four children, 3 boys and a girl, all of whom act (just not very well):

  • Charlie Sheen(Fucking Dillhole)
  • Emilio Estevez (Emo Boy)
  • Ramón Estévez (Homo Ramo)
  • Renée Estevez (Skanky Hasbeen)


  • The Incident (1967)
  • The Subject Was Roses (1968)
  • Catch-22 (1970)
  • No Drums, No Bugles (1972)
  • Pickup on 101 (1972)
  • Rage (1972)
  • When the Line Goes Through (1973)
  • Harry O: Such Dust As Dreams Are Made On (1973)
  • Badlands (1973)
  • The Execution of Private Slovik (1974)
  • The Missiles of October (1974)
  • The Legend of Earl Durand (1974)
  • Sweet Hostage (1975)
  • The Cassandra Crossing (1976)
  • The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976)
  • Apocalypse Now (1979)
  • Eagle's Wing (1979)
  • The Final Countdown (1980)
  • Loophole (1981)
  • No Place to Hide (1982)
  • In the King of Prussia (1982)
  • Gandhi (1982)
  • That Championship Season (1982)
  • Enigma (1983)
  • The Dead Zone (1983)
  • Man, Woman and Child (1983)
  • Firestarter (1984)
  • A State of Emergency (1986)
  • The Believers (1987)
  • Siesta (1987)
  • Wall Street (1987)
  • Da (1988)
  • Judgment in Berlin (1988)
  • Cold Front (1989)
  • Beverly Hills Brats (1989)
  • Beyond the Stars (1989)
  • Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990-92) (voice of Sly Sludge)
  • Cadence (1990)
  • Touch and Die (1991)
  • The Maid (1991)
  • Running Wild (1992)
  • When the Bough Breaks (1993)
  • The Killing Box (1993)
  • Fortunes of War (1993)
  • Hot Shots!: Part Deux (1993), opposite his son Charlie, and spoofing his role in Apocalypse Now
  • Hear No Evil (1993)
  • Gettysburg (1993), as Gen. Robert E. Lee
  • Alive: 20 Years Later (1993) (narrator)
  • Roswell (1994) as Townsend
  • Trigger Fast (1994)
  • Hits! (1994)
  • Boca (1994)
  • Sacred Cargo (1995)
  • Dillinger and Capone (1995)
  • Captain Nuke and the Bomber Boys (1995)
  • The Break (1995)
  • Gospa (1995)
  • The American President (1995)
  • The Elevator (1996)
  • The War at Home (1996)
  • Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story (1996)
  • Project: Alf (1996)
  • Truth or Consequences, N.M. (1997)
  • Spawn (1997)
  • Stranger in the Kingdom (1998)
  • Gunfighter (1998)
  • Family Attraction (1998)
  • Babylon 5: The River of Souls (1998)
  • Snitch (1998)
  • A Letter from Death Row (1998)
  • Free Money (1998)
  • No Code of Conduct (1998)
  • Ninth Street (1999)
  • Lost & Found (1999)
  • Storm (1999)
  • A Texas Funeral (1999)
  • O (2001)
  • We The People (2002)
  • Catch Me If You Can (2002)
  • The Commission (2003)
  • The West Wing (1999-2006)
  • Who Killed the Electric Car? (narration)(2006)
  • The Departed (2006)

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