Charlie Sheen is notoriously tough to work with. (and he is just 1 example)Not only as an actor, but the winning star throws a fit if not enough cash is thrown his way. In 2010 Sheen was offered $1 million an episode for two years on "Two and a Half Men." But apparently $48 million wouldnt cut it, not even closeas Vanity Fair reports that Sheen negotiated his contract up to $100 million, more than doubling his base offer, in little more than a single conversation.
Most Hollywood types make this much for one performance. No wonder they aren't concerned about paying more taxes. Maybe they should just write a personnal check for everything over $250,000 (after paying all their costs) and leave us who earn way less out of their Obama oggling.