Over the course of a long career, Martin Sheen has had the opportunity to work alongside some of the biggest names in film history.
In nearly 50 years in the business, he has worked with legends that have passed away and some of the up and coming stars of Hollywood.
The list of actors he has worked with demonstrates both the longevity of the career of the In Focus Martin Sheen host but also shows just how respected Sheen is in that he continues to work with some of the biggest names in entertainment.
In 1979, Sheen worked with a collection of stars in the film “Apocalypse Now.” Marlon Brando and Robert Duvall also starred in the film that even included a young Harrison Ford.
In the 1980s, the list of Sheen’s co-stars grew even more impressive. He graced the screen with Michael Douglas and his father Kirk just a few years apart, and had his first opportunity to appear on-screen with his son Charlie.
Through the 1990s Sheen began to work with a new generation of Hollywood stars. He worked alongside Annette Bening and his voice was featured in the star-studded film “JFK.”
He also worked with Sean Penn in “The Thin Red Line.”
The new millennium brought more actors into the career of Martin Sheen. Through his work on “The West Wing,” Sheen worked with Rob Lowe, John Goodman and Tim Matheson of “Animal House” fame.
Sheen also landed a role in Steven Spielberg’s “Catch Me If You Can.” The film allowed The In Focus with Martin Sheen host to work with Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks and Christopher Walken.
Martin Sheen’s latest work “The Amazing Spider-Man” has given him the chance to wrok with more Hollywood newcomers in Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. It also allows him to work with another legendary actress of his era in Sally Field.
“The Amazing Spider-Man” is in theaters now.