Publicist Max Markson reckons response to news of Sheen’s trip Down Under has been “enormous”, but it’ll take “an invitation” from a promoter to get him to New Zealand.
“We’ve been inundated with media who want to interview him,” said Markson.
“He will cover his time on Two and a Half Men and the blow-up at the end.
“He’ll talk about HIV. There’ll also be an open QnA with the audience. He’s done an incredible body of work.”
Sheen will go to Australia in November this year – and has kept a pretty low profile since the cancelaltion of sitcome Two and a Half Men. He has done TV show Anger Management and had a role in 2017 movie 9/11.
Ticket’s to Sheen’s tim in Australia, which will be hosted by network Nine’s entertainment editor Richard Wilkins, are going to be rather pricey.
Entry to Hillary Clinton and Jane Fonda’s live speaking events weighed in at NZ$195 and NZ$99, respectively, previously.