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Charlie Sheen, back to work, will cameo as himself in Duff comedy


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Charlie Sheen’s first role following his day-long hospital stay should be an easy one for him. He’s expected to play himself in a brief cameo for a film being directed by a close friend.

The project, more than likely, is Rob Margolies’ “She Wants Me,” an independent comedy starring Hilary Duff that’s filming in Los Angeles. Variety reported earlier this week that Sheen would cameo as himself in the film, while People writes this morning that Sheen was anxious to get back to work.

“Charlie will be working this week doing a cameo role, playing himself, in a small movie as a favor to a friend and has every intention of going back to work on ‘Two and a Half Men’ on Tuesday,” said his manager, Mark Burg.

The 45-year-old actor was hospitalized after police found him to be intoxicated and in need of medical treatment. Sheen’s rep, however, has said the actor was having “an allergic reaction to medication.”

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