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May 10, 2017
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Charlie Sheen is Selling $60 Autographs at Conventions Now 

There was a time when CHARLIE SHEEN was making $1.8 million per episode on "Two and a Half Men".  But now it's come to this . . .

Charlie was at the Wizard World convention in Minneapolis this past weekend, signing autographs for 60 bucks a pop.  Fellow guests included Mickey Dolenz and Peter Tork from the Monkees.

Is Charlie really that desperate?  He stopped making big money years ago, and he had to pay out millions to past lovers when he revealed he was HIV-positive.

Whatever the case, a source says Charlie stayed sober, and seemed to have a great time, and he's doing more conventions this summer.

 

43-Year-Old Actress Jamie Denbo Was Told She Was Too Old to Play a 57-Year-Old's Wife 

Obviously, women still have a long way to go in Hollywood.  Actress JAMIE DENBO from "Orange is the New Black" recently auditioned for a TV series, where she'd play the wife of the lead. 

But she got rejected because she's "too old".  She's 43 . . . and the lead actor is 57.

Jamie vented her anger in a series of Tweets, saying, quote, "I was just informed that at the age of 43, I am TOO OLD to play the wife of a 57 year old.

Her “colorful” tweets didn’t end there as she vented her anger at Hollywood men and the industry in general.  Unfortunately, she didn't name the guy or the show.

 

ESPN Is Dragging Down Disney

ESPN's money and ratings woes, which recently caused them to lay off 100 employees, are dragging down Disney!

Disney owns ESPN, which used to be a big moneymaker, but is now struggling. Disney reported its quarterly earnings yesterday that showed every part of the company became more profitable compared to the same time last year --- except for ESPN.

Disney blamed higher programming costs -- chiefly ESPN's expensive deal to air NBA games -- but ESPN is also suffering from the decline in the cable industry, as more people cut the cord and switch to online viewing.