Martin Sheen

Mostly Credited As: Martin Sheen
Birth Name: Ramon Gerard Antonio Estevez
Date Of Birth: August 03, 1940 (Age 75)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Dayton, Ohio
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Martin Sheen

Ramón Gerard Antonio Estévez, know known as Martin Sheen, was born August 3, 1940 in Dayton, Ohio. Sheen wanted to be an actor from an early age, but his father wanted more for his son. In order to pursue his dream career, Martin purposely flunked the University of Dayton entrance exam, then moved to New York City. There he landed his first role in the Broadway production of The Subject Was Roses.

From there, Sheen didn't receive another role until he landed a part in the 1973 drama Badlands. But after his movie role, his career began to take off. Sheen soon landed the role of Private Eddie Slovik in the popular television movie, The Execution of Private Slovik, which earned him an Emmy for Best Actor in a Television Drama. After winning an Emmy, Sheen appeared in popular movies including Apocalypse Now, Gandhi, The American President, and Catch Me If You Can, as well as hundreds of guest star appearances on popular television shows.

Sheen is also an outspoken political activist and has been arrested 63 times for protesting against various issues. Recently he campaigned for Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry.

As well as being an actor and an activist, Sheen is also a husband and a father. He married his wife, Janet, in 1961 and have had four children together: Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Ramon Estevez, and Renee Estevez, all of whom are actors.

Sheen's most recent television credit was that of President Jed Bartlet on NBC's The West Wing.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables (2016)As: Matthew Cuthbert
Grace and Frankie (2015)As: Robert
Moby-Dick, Revenge of the Whale (2014)As: Thomas Nickerson
The Whale (2013)As: Old Thomas Nickerson
The West Wing (1999)As: President Jed Bartlet
Spaceflight (1985)As: Himself (Narrator)
Blind Ambition (1979)As: John Dean
Episode Cast Credits 

Anger Management (2012) 
  Charlie & The 100th Episode 02x90: (Dec/22/2014) As Martin Goodson, [Special Guest Stars]
  Charlie Gets Tied Up with A Catholic Girl 02x88: (Dec/15/2014) As Martin Goodson, [Special Guest Stars]
  Charlie and the Mother of All Sessions 02x62: (May/29/2014) As Martin Goodson, [Special Guest Stars]
  Charlie and the Hot Latina 02x52: (Mar/13/2014) As Martin Goodson, [Special Guest Stars]

The Colbert Report (2005) 
  Martin Sheen 08x73: (Jun/11/2012) As Himself, [Interviewees]

Who Do You Think You Are? (US) (2010) 
  Martin Sheen 03x01: (Feb/03/2012) As Himself 

Curiosity (2011) 
  What's Beneath America? 01x06: (Sep/11/2011) As Himself (Guest Host) 

OK! TV (2011) 
  Series 1, Show 56 01x56: (May/11/2011) As Himself 

The One Show (2006) 
  February 22, 2011 05x146: (Feb/22/2011) As Himself 

The Bonnie Hunt Show (2008) (2008) 
  Martin Sheen, Carson Kressley 01x126: (Mar/23/2009) As Himself 

The Graham Norton Show (2007) 
  Martin Sheen, Ed Byrne, Will.I.Am, Cheryl Cole 03x02: (Apr/24/2008) As Himself 

The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet (2007) 
  Internet Celebrities; Martin Sheen 02x02: (Sep/04/2007) As Himself 
  Martin Sheen 01x135: (Jul/27/2007) As Himself 

The View (1997) 
  Martin Sheen, Billy Ray Cyrus, guest co-host Dayna Devon 10x212: (Jul/26/2007) As Himself 
  Season 7, Episode 67 07x67: (Dec/03/2003) As Himself 

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006) 
  K&R, Part III 01x21: (Jun/21/2007) Voiced  Radio Host, [Uncredited]

The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2003) 
  Cast of The West Wing 03x158: (May/11/2006) As Himself 
  Martin Sheen, Molly Sims 03x70: (Dec/09/2005) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  Tina Turner/Martin Sheen 02x103: (Feb/09/2005) As Himself 
  Martin Sheen/Drea DeMatteo 02x33: (Oct/20/2004) As Himself 

10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America (2006) 
  The Homestead Strike 01x08: (Apr/12/2006) Voiced  Narrator 

Two and a Half Men (2003) 
  Sleep Tight, Puddin' Pop 03x07: (Nov/07/2005) As Harvey, [Special Guest Stars]

Celebrity Poker Showdown (2003) 
  Tournament 1 Game 2 01x02: (Dec/09/2003) As Himself 

E! True Hollywood Story (1996) 
  The Douglas Dynasty 08x05: (Nov/02/2003) As Himself 

Inside the Actors Studio (1994) 
  Martin Sheen 09x16: (May/18/2003) As Himself 

Saturday Night Live (1975) 
  Al Gore/Phish 28x10: (Dec/14/2002) As Himself, [Uncredited]
  Martin Sheen/David Bowie 05x07: (Dec/15/1979) As Himself (Host) 

Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993) 
  Martin Sheen, Donnie Wahlberg, Good Charlotte 10x16: (Oct/04/2002) As Himself 
  Martin Sheen, Alicia Witt, Local H 06x06: (Sep/23/1998) As Himself 
  #801 04x148: (Jul/30/1997) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  Martin Sheen, Joe Franklin, Sheryl Crow 01x12: (Sep/28/1993) As Himself 

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) 
  Martin Sheen, Anna Nicole Smith, Snoop Dogg 11x50: (Aug/16/2002) As Himself 
  Martin Sheen, Trey Parker/matt Stone, Pete Yorn 09x71: (Apr/03/2001) As Himself 

The Screen Actors Guild Awards (1995) 
  8th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 08x01: (Mar/10/2002) As Winner: Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series (for 'The West Wing') 
  7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 07x01: (Mar/11/2001) As Winner: Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series (for 'The West Wing') 

Spin City (1996) 
  Rags to Riches 06x14: (Mar/05/2002) As Ray 

The Golden Globes (1944) 
  The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards 58x01: (Jan/21/2001) As Winner: Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama (for 'The West Wing') 

Total Recall 2070 (1999) 
  Virtual Justice 01x21: (Jun/01/1999) As Praxis 

Babylon 5 (1994) 
  Babylon 5: River of Souls (Nov/17/1998) As Soul Hunter, [Starring Roles]

The Simpsons (1989) 
  The Principal and the Pauper 09x02: (Sep/28/1997) Voiced  Sergeant Seymour Skinner 

The Emmy Awards (1949) 
  The 46th Annual Emmy Awards 46x01: (Sep/11/1994) As Winner: Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (for 'Murphy Brown': ep 'Angst For The Memories') 

Tales from the Crypt (1989) (1989) 
  Well Cooked Hams 05x08: (Nov/03/1993) As Franz Kraygen/Thomas Miller/Zorbin the Magnificent 

Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990) 
  A Creep from the Deep 03x02: (Sep/19/1992) Voiced  Sly Sludge, [Featuring]
  Radiant Amazon 02x22: (Mar/28/1992) Voiced  Sly Sludge, [Featuring]
  Summit to Save Earth (2) 02x18: (Feb/15/1992) Voiced  Sly Sludge, [Featuring]
  Summit to Save Earth (1) 02x17: (Feb/08/1992) Voiced  Sly Sludge, [Featuring]

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985) (1985) 
  Method Actor 01x06: (Nov/10/1985) As Paul Dano 

Hallmark Hall Of Fame (1951) 
  Taxi! 27x04: (Feb/02/1978) As Driver 

Medical Center (US) (1969) 
  Clash of Shadows 05x05: (Oct/08/1973) As Glen 
  A Duel with Doom 01x18: (Feb/11/1970) As Reverend Bill Thompson 

Toma (1973) 
  The Oberon Contract 01x01: (Oct/04/1973) As Eddie Siatti 

Columbo (1971) 
  Lovely but Lethal 03x01: (Sep/23/1973) As Karl Lessing 

The Streets of San Francisco (1972) 
  Betrayed 02x02: (Sep/20/1973) As Dean Knox 

Cannon (1971) 
  Memo from a Dead Man 03x02: (Sep/19/1973) As Christopher Grant 
  A Flight of Hawks 01x21: (Feb/22/1972) As Jerry Warton 
  Devil's Playground 01x15: (Jan/04/1972) As Jerry Warton 

Harry O (1974) 
  Such Dust as Dreams are Made On (Mar/11/1973) As Harlan Garrison 

The Rookies (1972) 
  Snow Job 01x17: (Jan/29/1973) As Country 

The F.B.I. (1965) 
  The Disinherited 08x18: (Jan/21/1973) As Neil Harland 
  A Second Life 07x16: (Jan/09/1972) As Steve Chandler 
  The Condemned 06x01: (Sep/20/1970) As Perry Victor 
  The Dynasty 03x13: (Jan/07/1968) As Norman Gretzler 

Ghost Story (1972) 
  Dark Vengeance 01x15: (Jan/12/1973) As Frank, [Starring Roles]

Mannix (1967) 
  To Kill a Memory 06x07: (Oct/29/1972) As Alex Lachlan 

The Mod Squad (1968) 
  Real Loser 04x12: (Nov/30/1971) As Danny Morgan 

Cade's County (1971) 
  Safe Deposit 01x03: (Oct/03/1971) As Freddie 

Hawaii Five-O (1968) (1968) 
  Time and Memories 03x04: (Oct/07/1970) As Arthur Dixon 
  Cry, Lie 02x20: (Feb/04/1970) As Eddie Calhao 

Ironside (1967) 
  No Game for Amateurs 04x02: (Sep/24/1970) As Johnny Ballardine 

Lancer (1968) 
  The Knot 01x22: (Mar/18/1969) As Andy Blake 

Mission: Impossible (1966) (1966) 
  Live Bait 03x18: (Feb/23/1969) As Lieutenant Albert Brocke 

The Outer Limits (1963) 
  Nightmare 01x10: (Dec/02/1963) As Private Arthur Dix 

Arrest and Trial (1963) 
  We May Be Better Strangers 01x12: (Dec/01/1963) As Dale 

Naked City (1958) 
  Dust Devil on a Quiet Street 04x11: (Nov/28/1962) As Counterman 
  And By the Sweat of Thy Brow... 04x04: (Oct/10/1962) As Nick 
  The Night the Saints Lost Their Halos 03x15: (Jan/17/1962) As Phil Kasnick 

Route 66 (1960) (1960) 
  And the Cat Jumped Over the Moon 02x12: (Dec/15/1961) As Packy 

LateLine (1998) 
  The Seventh Plague 02x07: (Unaired) As Himself 

Martin is 5' 7" tall.

Martin purposely flunked his entrance exam at University of Dayton in order to pursue a career in acting.

As an active liberal protestor, Martin has been arrested over 70 times at protests.

In the REM song "Electrolite", Martin is mentioned along with Steve McQueen and James Dean.

Sheen knows the lyrics and can sing every Frank Sinatra song.

The late John Spencer, who co-starred with Sheen on The West Wing, was Martin's best friend.

While filming Apocalypse Now, Martin suffered a heart attack.

Sheen's left arm is 3 inches shorter than his right due to complications that arose during his birth.

Martin's admiration for Rev. Fulton J. Sheen led him to use the name "Sheen" as his acting name.

His mother, Mary Ann Phelan, was an Irish immigrant, and his father, Francisco Estevez, was a Spaniard from Cuba. His parents met in a citizenship class in Dayton.

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