Charlie Sheen has a message for Today Show host Matt Lauer, during an interview that will air on Friday he says that there are “portions” of his life “I would have amended a little bit” while adding that he has now sobered up and feels “calmer” these days.
When Lauer asks Sheen when his last drink or drug use occurred Sheen responds:
“I don’t really keep track of the time. It’s been awhile, because I feel like, without getting into my feelings about AA and all that stuff, if you’re walking around hanging on to your time, it’s only a matter of time before it goes, you know?”
Matt then asked:
“But you’re an actor in a business, and you know that producers out there and people who get involved in projects with you want to know, has it been two weeks, has it been two months, are you bankable, are you trustworthy.”
To which Sheen responds:
“Yeah of course, yeah, one hundred percent, yeah,” while adding, “I guess I would just have to lead by example. Words are only worth so much. It’s the actions and the behavior that matter.”
The interview continues on as the men talk about Sheen’s firing from his hit CBS show Two and a Half Men and his current state of mind to which Charlie Sheen says “I’m a lot calmer. It’s a lot mellower…I’m seeing my kids a lot more, mending fences…”
It’s good to know Sheen is attempting to right his wrongs but we’ve heard this all from Charlie in the past, it looks like his own words couldn’t be more true, only his actions and time will tell if he’s really a good bet moving forward.
Tune in to the Today Show on NBC Friday morning to witness the entire interview.