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Chuck Lorre

Lee Aronsohn

Charlie Sheen as Charlie Harper

Jon Cryer as Alan Harper

Angus T. Jones as Jake Harper

Marin Hinkle as Judith Harper

Holland Taylor as Evelyn Harper

Melanie Lynskey as Rose

Conchata Ferrell as Berta

April Bowlby as Kandi (15 episodes, 2005-2007)

Ryan Stiles as Dr. Herb Melnick (15 episodes, 2004-2010)

Jane Lynch as Dr. Linda Freeman (11 episodes, 2004-2009)

Emmanuelle Vaugier as Mia (9 episodes, 2005-2009)

Kelly Stables as Melissa (8 episodes, 2008-2009)

James Edson as Stephan 'Bobby' Wasserstein (7 episodes, 2004-2009)

J.D. Walsh as Gordon (7 episodes, 2004-2009)

Robert Wagner as Teddy (5 episodes, 2007-2008)

United States

Chuck Lorre | Lee Aronsohn | Eric Tannenbaum | Kim Tannenbaum | Mark Burg | Oren Koules | Don Foster | Susan Beavers | Eddie Gorodetsky | Mark Roberts

James Widdoes | Gary Halvorson | Pamela Fryman | Jeffrey Melman | Rob Schiller | Andy Ackerman | Ted Wass | Andrew D. Weyman | Lee Aronsohn | Robert Berlinger | Jerry Zaks | Jon Cryer | Jean Sagal | Gail Mancuso | Asaad Kelada

Martin Sheen

Megan Fox

Jenny McCarthy

Enrique Iglesias

Sean Penn

George Eads

Emmanuelle Vaugier

Jane Lynch

Jeri Ryan

Jodi Lyn O'Keefe

Cloris Leachman

Denise Richards

Richard Lewis

Teri Hatcher

Judy Greer

Heather Locklear

Gail O'Grady

Kevin Sorbo

Josie Davis

Robert Wagner

Ming-Na

Jenna Elfman

Camryn Manheim

Brooke Shields

Michael Clark Duncan

Katherine LaNasa

Chris O'Donnell

Elvis Costello

Harry Dean Stanton

Steven Tyler

James Earl Jones

Emilio Estevez

ALMA Awards

2008 Won ALMA Award Outstanding Male Performance in a Comedy Television Series Charlie Sheen


ASCAP Awards

2006 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series Lee Aronsohn,Grant Geissman

2005 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series Lee Aronsohn,Grant Geissman

2004 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series Lee Aronsohn,Grant Geissman


Art Directors Guild

2009 Nominated Excellence in Production Design Award Episode of a Multi-Camera Television Series John Shaffner (production designer),Francoise Cherry-Cohen (set designer),Ann Shea (set decorator) For episode "A Jock Strap in Hell".

2008 Nominated Excellence in Production Design Award Television - Multi-Camera Television Series John Shaffner (production designer) For episode "Is There a Mrs. Waffles?".

2007 Nominated Excellence in Production Design Award Television - Multi-Camera Television Series John Shaffner (production designer) For episode "The Pistol-Packin' Hermaphrodite".

2006 Nominated Excellence in Production Design Award Television - Multi-Camera Television Series John Shaffner (production designer) For episode "A Low Guttural Tongue Flapping Noise".


BMI Film & TV Awards

2009 Won BMI TV Music Award Chuck Lorre

2008 Won BMI TV Music Award Chuck Lorre

2005 Won BMI TV Music Award Chuck Lorre

2004 Won BMI TV Music Award Chuck Lorre


Casting Society of America

2005 Nominated Artios Best Comedy Episodic Casting Nikki Valko,Ken Miller

2004 Nominated Artios Best Casting for TV, Comedy Pilot Nikki Valko,Ken Miller


Emmy Awards

2009 Won Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Jon Cryer

2009 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series or Special Pixie Schwartz (department head hairstylist),Krista Borrelli (additional hairstylist),Janice Zoladz (additional hairstylist),Ralph M. Abalos (personal hairstylist) For episode "I Think You Offended Don".

2009 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Charlie Sheen

2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Comedy Series

2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series or a Special Pixie Schwartz (department head hairstylist),Krista Borrelli (key hairstylist),Ralph M. Abalos (personal hairstylist for jon cryer),Janice Zoladz (personal hairstylist for charlie sheen) For episode "City Of Great Racks".

2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Charlie Sheen

2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Makeup for a Multi-Camera Series or a Special (Non-Prosthetic) Janice Berridge (department head makeup artist),Peggy Nichols (key makeup artist),Shelley Woodhouse (personal makeup artist for Jon Cryer),Gabriel Solana (personal makeup artist for Charlie Sheen) For episode "City Of Great Racks".

2008 Nominated Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Bruce Peters (production mixer),Kathy Oldham (re-recording mixer),Charlie McDaniel (re-recording mixer),Bob La Masney (re-recording mixer) For episode "Is There A Mrs. Waffles?".

2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Jon Cryer

2008 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Holland Taylor

2007 Won Emmy Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Steven V. Silver (director of photography) For episode "Release The Dogs".

2007 Won Emmy Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Joe Bella (editor) For episode "Release The Dogs".

2007 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Comedy Series

2007 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Charlie Sheen

2007 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Jon Cryer

2007 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Conchata Ferrell

2007 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Holland Taylor

2006 Won Emmy Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Joe Bella (edited by) For episode "That Special Tug".

2006 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Steven V. Silver (director of photography) For episode "Carpet Burns And A Bite Mark".

2006 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Comedy Series

2006 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Martin Sheen

2006 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Charlie Sheen

2006 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Bruce Peters (production sound mixer),Charlie McDaniel (re-recording mixer),Kathy Oldham (re-recording mixer),Bob La Masney (re-recording mixer) For episode "The Unfortunate Little Schnauzer".

2006 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Jon Cryer

2005 Won Emmy Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Bruce Peters (production sound mixer),Kathy Oldham (re-recording mixer),Bob La Masney (re-recording mixer)
Charlie McDaniel (re-recording mixer) For episode "Can You Eat Human Flesh With Wooden Teeth?".

2005 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series John Shaffner (art director),Ann Shea (set decorator) For episodes "It Was 'Mame' Mom"/"A Low, Guttural Tongue Flapping Noise".

2005 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Steven V. Silver (Cinematographer) For episode "Back Off, Mary Poppins".

2005 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Joe Bella (edited by) For episode "It Was Mame, Mom".

2005 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Conchata Ferrell

2005 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Holland Taylor

2004 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series John Shaffner (production designer/art director),Ann Shea (set decorator) For episode "Alan Harper, Frontier Chiropractor".

2004 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Steven V. Silver (director of photography) For episode "Camel Filters And Pheremones".

2004 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Main Title Theme Music Chuck Lorre (theme by),Lee Aronsohn (theme by),Grant Geissman (theme by)


GLAAD Media Awards

2005 Nominated GLAAD Media Award Outstanding Individual Episode (In a Series Without a Regular Gay Character) For episode "Old Flame with a New Wick".


Golden Globe Awards

2006 Nominated Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy Charlie Sheen

2005 Nominated Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy Charlie Sheen


Kids' Choice Awards, USA

2007 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Television Actor Charlie Sheen


PGA Awards

2006 Nominated Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Comedy Chuck Lorre,Lee Aronsohn,Michael Collier


People's Choice Awards

2009 Won People's Choice Award Favorite TV Comedy

2008 Won People's Choice Award Favorite TV Comedy

2007 Won People's Choice Award Favorite TV Comedy

2004 Won People's Choice Award Favorite Television New Comedy Series


Screen Actors Guild Awards

2010 Nominated Actor Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Charlie Sheen

2005 Nominated Actor Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Charlie Sheen


TV Land Awards

2009 Won Future Classic Award Mark Burg (producer),Jon Cryer,Conchata Ferrell,Angus T. Jones,Chuck Lorre (creator),Charlie Sheen,Holland Taylor


Teen Choice Awards

2008 Nominated Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actor: Comedy Charlie Sheen

2008 Nominated Teen Choice Award Choice TV Show: Comedy

2007 Nominated Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actor: Comedy Charlie Sheen


Young Artist Awards

2008 Nominated Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series - Leading Young Actor Angus T. Jones

2006 Won Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy) - Supporting Young Actor Angus T. Jones

2004 Won Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) - Young Actor Age Ten or Younger Angus T. Jones

2004 Nominated Young Artist Award Best Family Television Series (Comedy or Drama)



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Two and a Half Men is an American television sitcom, which premiered on CBS on Monday, September 22, 2003 at 9:30 p.m., ET/PT.

The show was co-created by executive producers Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn. Two and a Half Men debuted in local syndication in September 2007, also to be syndicated on the FX cable network in 2010.

Charlie and Alan were brothers who had very little in common. Charlie, who wrote advertising jingles, was a relationship-phobic, self-assured womanizer living the good life in his beachfront Malibu home. Alan, recently divorced from his wife, Judith, was a neurotic fussbudget (“Maybe we should make a list”) chiropractor with money problems. Despite serious misgivings, Charlie let Alan and his young son, Jake (who spent weekends with his dad), live with him until he got his finances straightened out. The regular women in their lives were Evelyn, their control freak, high-maintenance, many-times-divorced mother; Berta, Charlie’s sarcastic, beefy housekeeper, who ran roughshod over both of them; Rose, the unstable stalker neighbor who was totally obsessed with Charlie, liked to drink and have one-night stands while Alan almost never went out and was concerned about the impact his brother’s lifestyle would have on impressionable, but not too bright, Jake.

Late in 2005 Charlie started dating Jake’s ballet teacher Mia and things got pretty serious. A couple of months later Alan got involved with sexy, spaced out 22-year-old Kandi, who had been dumped by Charlie, and in April she moved in with him. As the season drew to a close Charlie and Mia were making wedding arrangements but things fell apart at the chapel in Las Vegas. Alan and Kandi, who had gone with them, got married instead. After the wedding Alan hit a slot machine for a $500,000 jackpot and moved into a condo with Kandi. Unfortunately she spent her way through everything and after he suffered a breakdown, they separated and Alan moved back in with Charlie. In February 2007 Rose moved to London and two months later Judith married Jake’s pediatrician Herb, whom she had been dating for years.

Production on the show was halted on November 6, 2007 due to the 2007 WGA strike. The show returned March 17, 2008 with nine episodes to conclude the fifth season. CBS also renewed the show for a sixth season, which premiered on September 22, 2008, five years after the first episode of the series initially aired.

There have been six seasons of Two and a Half Men; the seventh season is currently showing. CBS renewed the show for an additional three seasons. The show is consistently ranked one of the most watched comedies every season in the United States.

Blythe Danner was the original choice for Charlie and Alan's mother, and even started rehearsing with the cast. But she reluctantly had to drop out due to other conflicts.

Each episode derives its title from a line in the working script.

Alan's alimony is $3875 per month.

Charlie Sheen became the highest paid actor on a comedy television show in 2006 with a reported $300,000 paid per episode for this show.

Charlie Sheen does not play the piano on the show. He is dubbed by composer Grant Geissman, who plays offstage while Sheen fakes it on a dead keyboard. With composer Dennis C. Brown, Geissman also writes the music for the jingles Sheen's character creates.

Charlie: Recurring
[also said by other characters]
Charlie: She/He's not coming back.

Charlie: Come on, Berta! You're like family.
Berta: Am I in your will?
Charlie: no! but none of the others are.





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