No Money Worries For Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen’s personal problems have been in the news a lot lately. Of course it’s not the first time his personal problems have gotten him into trouble. One thing he doesn’t have to worry about, though, is money.
The New York Post says his show “Two and a Half Men” has been sold into syndication for seven more years, which means alot more cash for its star. Back in 2006, the show was sold to local stations for around $2 million per episode, with another $2 million per episode added in as barter advertising fees. While it’s not public what Charlie is paid for syndication, he reportedly makes about $1.25 million per episode right now, so you know he’ s not getting peanuts for syndication!