Charlie Sheen’s brother, Emilio Estevez, told Kit Hoover and Billy Bush on 'Access Hollywood Live' that his troubled sibling is doing much better: “He’s a different guy. He’s a completely different guy. He’s got his voice back. And I think he’s got his focus. He’s on a new show and he’s gonna be roasted by 'Comedy Central,' which I think is going to be hysterical. I think that he’s really got it together. And he’s very excited about the crew of the show he’s putting together.”
The "new show" is an upcoming TV version of 'Anger Management,' that Charlie has signed on to star in and produce.
Estevez also said that his mother has been a frequent visitor at Charlie's home: “She’s back and forth. We’re a very close family and we’re a very real family, and I think every real family has real problems. And [Charlie’s] gone through it, and he’s come out the other side, and I think we’re all really excited to see what the next chapter of his life is going to be like.”
Estevez's update is more positive than the worried interview that he and dad Martin gave in February: "He's doing well. We pray for him. If he had cancer, how would you treat him?" Martin Sheen said. "This disease of addiction is a form of cancer. You have to have an equal measure of concern and love and lift him up."