Janet Sheen is an American actress and producer, known for The Way in 2010, Kennedy in 1983 and Beverly Hills Brats in 1989.
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1 Sheen Janet Age2 Janet Sheen And Martin Sheen3 Janet Sheen Net Worth4 Janet Sheen Family5 Janet Sheen Education6 Janet Sheen Career7 Janet Sheen Movies|TV Shows8 Janet Sheen The Way9 Janet Sheen Kennedy (miniseries)10 Beverly Hills Brats
Sheen Janet Age
She was born as Janet Estevez Templeton on 8th July 1944 in Dayton, Ohio under the birth sign Cancer.
Janet Sheen And Martin Sheen
Janet Sheen married American actor Martin Sheen on December 23, 1961. The couple is blessed with three sons and a daughter, all of whom are actors: Emilio Sheen, Ramón Sheen, Carlos Sheen, and Renée Sheen.
Sheen’s son Carlos change his name when he began acting, calling himself Charlie Sheen. She became a grandmother at age 39 when her son Emilio had a son named Taylor Levi with his girlfriend, Carey Salley.
Sheen has a total of ten grandchildren, the other nine being: Paloma Rae (from Emilio), Cassandra, Sam J, Lola Rose, Bob and Max (from Charlie) and Katherine, Luis Jr. and Christopher (from Ramón) and one great-granddaughter Luna (from Cassandra).
In 2011, Janet and Martin celebrated their grand 50th wedding anniversary. In December 2015, Martin underwent a quadruple heart bypass operation.
Janet Sheen Net Worth
As an actress as well as a producer, Janet Sheen has made a good amount of net worth around six figures, but the exact sum is not public.
Sheen’s husband Martin Sheen, is a popular American actor, who is active in the entertainment industry since the 1960s. As of 2019, Martin’s net worth is around $50 million.
Sheen’s children are also involved in the film industry. As of 2018, her elder child Emilio Estevez has a net worth of $18 million, and 2nd child, Charlie Sheen has $20 million.
She appeared in the film Rated X where she played a nurse. Janet was an associate producer of the movie Beverly Hill Brats and was an executive producer of the movie The Way.
She also appeared in the film Rated X where she played a nurse, though Sheen was not mentioned in the final credits. In 1989 she was an associate producer of the film Beverly Hills Brats and in 2010 she was the executive producer of the film The Way.
Janet Sheen Family
She seems very personal about her family life and tries to keep them away from the spotlight. We only know that she is the sister-in-law of Joe Estevez and the former mother-in-law of Donna Peele, Denise Richards, Paula Abdul, and Brooke Mueller.
Also, she is the grandmother of Sam Sheen, Lola Rose Sheen, Bob Sheen, Max Sheen, and Cassandra Sheen and the aunt to Amanda Estevez, Casey Estevez and Angela Estevez.Sister-in-law of Constance Estevez. Further details will be updated soon.
Janet Sheen Education
As of education background, not much is known. We only know that she studied art at the New School for Social Research in New York where she met her future husband Martin Sheen for the first time.
Janet Sheen Career
Sheen played Elaine de Kooning in the miniseries Kennedy in 1983. Also, she appeared in the film Rated X as a nurse, though she was not mentioned in the final credits.In 1989, Janet was the associate producer of the film Beverly Hills Brats, and in 2010, executive producer of The Way.
Janet Sheen Movies|TV Shows
– The Way 2010– Kennedy (miniseries)
Janet Sheen The Way
The Way is a 2010 Spanish drama film directed, produced and written by Emilio Estevez and starring Martin Sheen, Deborah Kara Unger, James Nesbitt, Yorick van Wageningen, and Renée Estevez.
It honors the Camino de Santiago and promotes the traditional pilgrimage. Saying he did not want the film to appeal to only one demographic, Emilio Estevez called the film “pro-people, pro-life, not anti-anything”.
Janet Sheen Kennedy (miniseries)
It is a 1983 American-British five-hour television miniseries written by Reg Gadney and directed by Jim Goddard.The miniseries is a biography of the 1961-1963 presidency of John F. Kennedy.
It was co-produced by Alan Landsburg Productions and Central Independent Television and originally aired in the United States starting on 20 November 1983 around the time of the 20th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination. The miniseries stars are Martin Sheen as President John F. Kennedy, Blair Brown as Jacqueline Kennedy, John Shea as Robert F. Kennedy, E. G. Marshall as Joseph P. Kennedy, Geraldine Fitzgerald as Rose Kennedy, Vincent Gardenia as J. Edgar Hoover, and Kelsey Grammer as Stephen Smith amongst many others.
The series was originally broadcast on NBC and was also sold to 50 countries, with 27 of them broadcasting the series simultaneously.
Beverly Hills Brats
Beverly Hills Brats is a 1989 American comedy film which is directed by Jim Sotos, the film starred Peter Billingsley, Martin Sheen, Burt Young, Terry Moore, George Kirby, Ruby Keeler in her final film and Whoopi Goldberg in a cameo role.