The statement released on behalf of the “NCIS” cast and crew wrote, “Gary was our rock, our cheerleader, our team captain. He literally changed the course of my life, and was a true joy to be around. He inspired us with his leadership, his creative instincts and keen insight. "In the first few years of the show Charlie was sober and he was married to Denise," Cryer tells ET's new correspondent Cameron Mathison. That's what made the meltdown all the more scary." NEWS: 9 Things to Know About ET's New Correspondent Cameron Mathison Cryer pin-pointed the exact moment when he grew concerned for his former Two and a Half Men co-star."I think for me the big indicator was getting arrested in Colorado," Cryer recalls.NCIS will not be the same without him, and each of us will miss his smiling face and unwavering humor, which lifted us every day.” Wilmer Valderrama, who just joined the cast this season, wrote “#NCIS has lost an incredible man & leader, Gary Glasberg I’m grateful 4 ur trust & love, till we meet again. Revealed shortly into the movie, Andrew Morenski (Cryer) and two others, all stockbrokers, have managed to pass bogus bonds for a mobster awaiting trial.
Following the death of Gary Glasberg, the showrunner of “NCIS” and creator of its spinoff “NCIS: New Orleans,” the CBS franchise’s cast and crew, as well as the rest of Hollywood, were quick to pay their respects. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 #NCIS #NCISNOLA https://t.co/TOq Kl ZSXo L — Shalita Grant (@Shalita Grant) September 28, 2016 Incredibly sad day for the NCIS and NCISNOLA family.
"When that happened, I knew he was no longer sober." That arrest was in 2009 for domestic violence against Sheen's then-wife Brooke Mueller for which he pleaded guilty.
Things didn't work out for Sheen on (his character was killed off the series after taking a few verbal jabs at executive producer Chuck Lorre) after he decided that the sober life "was not the life he wanted anymore." Ashton Kutcher then joined the show in Sheen's absence.
After an evening out at a bar, one of the stockbrokers is killed in his home.
The next morning, the FBI take the other two into protective custody.