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Jon Cryer Reveals the Inside, Insane Account of Charlie Sheen's Infamous Meltdown


This story first appeared in the March 27 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

To some, he'll always be Duckie, the unlucky-in-love sidekick from John Hughes' 1986 classic Pretty in Pink. To others, he's Alan Harper, the unlucky-in-love brother to Charlie Sheen's lothario on the Chuck Lorre-co-created sitcom juggernaut Two and a Half Men, which had its series finale Feb. 19. Now Jon Cryer opens up about who he really is in So That Happened (out April 7 from New American Library), a wry, self-deprecating and funny memoir that covers his 35-year career from getting cast in Torch Song Trilogy on Broadway in 1983 because he looked like Matthew Broderick (whom he was replacing) to being frozen out by Andrew McCarthy and Molly Ringwald during the making of Pretty in Pink to his Emmy-winning run on Two and a Half Men.

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