Charlie Sheen dropped a bombshell while talking to The New York Times about his upcoming FX sitcom "Anger Management," telling the publication the series will be the "swan song" to his acting career.
Sheen said it would be easy for him to walk away from acting, the story notes.
“Inside here, regardless of what the persona may be, I’m still the 7-year-old kid in the back of the class, afraid to raise his hand. I don’t want this — all of this — to extinguish that child, because it can, and I refuse to grow up," Sheen said.
After "Anger Management," Sheen said, he plans to move on from acting and focus on "soccer games and amusement parks," the story reports. He has two daughters by his ex-wife Denise Richards, twin sons by his third wife Brooke Mueller and a grown daughter from a previous relationship, the article notes.