From left: Dan Krauss / Associated Press and Carlos Chavez / Los Angeles Times
August 21, 2013
Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen followed in their father Martin Sheen's footsteps when they launched acting careers in the 1980s. Emilio, born in 1962, found fame in the Hollywood brat pack with films like "The Outsiders," "Breakfast Club" and "St. Elmo's Fire." Charlie, born in 1965, was busy with "Red Dawn," "Platoon," "Wall Street" and later comedies like "Major League" and "Hot Shots."
They met up as outlaws in "Young Guns" and "Young Guns II" and later flopped together with 1990's "Men at Work" and 2000's "Rated X." Charlie's star continued to rise on television with roles on "Spin City" and "Two and a Half Men" (until he pulled one too many Sheenanigans). Emilio, who played to the kiddie crowd with "Mighty Ducks," eventually found secure footing directing films like "The Way," starring his own father. The famous brothers have two more siblings, Renee and Ramon Estevez.