Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Martin Sheen Still Active On Screen and Off

Last Month, Martin Sheen showed his support for the South Central Farm project in Los Angeles.

There is a short personal video clip of his appearance here.

Getty Images has photos of Martin Sheen at the Cannes Lion Advertising Festival and a Celebrity Golf Tournament.

At Wireimage, you can additionally see photos from "Sober Day USA". By clicking "Details" here, you can register to have access to enlarged photos for 30 days.


Reuters
reports he will have a role in the new film "Talk to Me":
"Martin Sheen is returning to the Beltway.

he former "West Wing" president has landed a role in director Kasi Lemmons ("Eve's Bayou") mid-1960s real-life story "Talk to Me" for Focus Features.

Sheen will play E.G. Sonderling, the owner of a D.C. radio station that employs controversial black on-air personality Ralph Waldo "Petey" Green (
Don Cheadle).

As the radio station's owner, Sonderling gives Green his big break, thereby helping the outspoken commentator become an iconic radio personality in a turbulent era distinguished by vibrant soul music and shifts in social consciousness.

Chiwetel Ejiofor plays Green's radio producer, Dewey Hughes, who runs interference with Sonderling on Green's behalf. "Talk" began shooting in Toronto this week. The supporting cast includes
Keith Sweat, Mike Epps, Cedric the Entertainer and Taraji P. Henson."

Martin Sheen also recently narrated the documentary "Who Killed the Electric Car".Allison Janney was at that film's premiere.

And Martin Sheen is counselling his son Charlie Sheen on his new relationship with Brooke Mueller.

2 comments:

Free Range Christian said...

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Matt said...

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