Michael J. Fox is in full support of Charlie Sheen resuming his role as Charlie Harper on Two and a Half Men. The veteran TV actor shared his thoughts on the future of Charlie's career, endorsing him to return to the set of the hit CBS sitcom.
"Charlie Sheen should go back to work and they should let him go back to work and he should do his job," he told Entertainment Tonight's Samantha Harris last night at the TV Land awards in NYC. "He's a talented man and a good guy and I'd like to see him go back."
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Michael also defended Charlie when it came to the 45-year-old actor's pending lawsuit against Men creator Chuck Lorre and Warner Brothers for over $100 million.
"You never know what goes on between a man and his network," he says. "We don't know the ins and outs of that relationship and we don't know the ins and outs of Charlie's mind. I just wish the best for him."