Charlie Sheen Heads Down Under Next Week
The actor will sit down with Australian radio host Scott Dooley, who moderated several shows on Sheen's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour.
SYDNEY -- Charlie Sheen is heading down under next week and will do a breakfast radio show in Sydney with his Aussie cohort, Scott Dooley.
Dooley, a host on Sydney FM station Nova969, and Sheen have struck up a burgeoning friendship, after Dooley interviewed Sheen in the midst of his February media blitz at Sheen’s Sober Valley Lodge.
Dooley and Sheen at the time made the guerrilla short film, Operation Greyhound together when the pair purportedly stole Sheen’s Two and Half Men trailer from the Warner Bros lot.
During the Easter break, Sheen got Dooley back to the U.S. to be the moderator for several shows on Sheen’s My Violent Torpedo of Truth tour.
Dooleyon Wednesday aired an interview with Sheen that he recorded over Easter, saying he’ll be in Australia on May 7.
"I'm coming to Australia, and we're going to do a radio show together," Sheen said. "Then we'll do a TV show and film that and I'll bring some scripts and do Two and a Half Men and show everybody how it should have been done.”
"It will be the Dools and Sheen epic as always," Sheen said.
A Nova spokesperson confirmed the visit to The Hollywood Reporter, saying Sheen will do the breakfast show in Sydney, with the possibility of it being done as an outside broadcast.
There’s no confirmation yet if Sheen will do any his Torpedo of Truth shows here or details of other planned appearances.