When Two and a Half Men premiered on CBS in 2003, it quickly became a beloved staple of television, offering a humorous take on the modern family dynamic. The show revolved around the lives of Charlie Harper, a carefree bachelor, his uptight brother Alan, and Alan's young son Jake.
The series enjoyed eight successful seasons with Charlie Sheen in the lead role until his personal struggles led to his departure from the show. Ashton Kutcher then joined the cast until the series concluded in 2015. Despite the behind-the-scenes drama, Two and a Half Men remains a cherished sitcom of the early 2000s, perfect for a weekend marathon. Let's take a look at where the stars of the show are today.
Charlie Sheen, already a prominent figure in Hollywood before Two and a Half Men, continued to make waves after his departure from the show. He starred in FX's Anger Management and made appearances in The Goldbergs and 9/11. Sheen is also a father to four children.
Jon Cryer, known for his role as Alan Harper, has continued to build on his impressive career. He appeared in shows such as The Ranch, Supergirl, and most recently, Extended Family.
Angus T. Jones, who played the titular "half man," has largely stepped away from the spotlight, choosing to focus on endeavors outside of acting.
Conchata Ferrell, who portrayed the sharp-tongued housekeeper Berta, had a prolific career in film and television before her passing in 2020.