Charlie Sheen: Set To Earn $7 Million In One Month From Live Shows

Written by Michael Lambarde on Mar. 19, 2011

Former star of CBS’ hit reality series Two and a Half Men may have been the highest paid actor on all of television, but even though he is no longer employed by Warner Brothers and been fired from the sitcom, he is set to rake in some major cash. His new live tour ‘Charlie Sheen Live: My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option’ has sold out in Detroit, New York City and Chicago after tickets were on sale for just a few minutes. And, according to TMZ, he will pocket around $7 million a month if the pace of his shows continue to go the route that they are currently going.

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He is set to perform in 20 venues around North America — and pocket roughly a quarter of a million – $275,000 per show. Sheen is also promoting that proceeds from the sales of the tickets will go to Japan Japanese disaster victims relief fund. His website currently states that one dollar from each ticket sold will be given to the Red Cross to help victims in Japan following the tragic tsunami as well as the current ongoing problems that continue to rock the troubled nation.

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