Anger Management star Noureen DeWulf insisted she had no hesitation about working with Charlie Sheen on his new TV show.
The Two And A Half Men star makes his TV comeback in the sitcom about an anger management therapist constantly battling his own temper, which premieres in the UK on Comedy Central on Wednesday September 12 at 9pm. Noureen plays Lacey, a spoiled rich girl who is sentenced to join the therapy group after shooting her boyfriend when he cheated on her.
She revealed: "When I saw this was Charlie Sheen's new show I thought 'I got to get on this show!' Charlie Sheen sitcom, that was like a slam dunk.
"I really love working with Charlie because he's so interesting as a person. He's fascinating, he's famous and he's such a phenomenon of a person - I love that. He's very honest, he's a really honest guy and it's fun to work with him."
Noureen teased she and ladies' man Charlie hit it off straight away.
"The first time I met him was on set and I was already in my wardrobe which was like Daisy Duke's - a bikini top and stuff - so I wasn't very worried about whether he would like me or not!" she laughed.
The Back-up Plan star has taken inspiration from Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton for her character.
She revealed: "I definitely think there's a prototype out there right now for Lacey that exists in our popular culture.
"I always think these girls are fascinating. You don't really know - how do they get their money? Where do they get their hair done? There's all these ambiguous questions about how fabulous they are and I wanted Lacey to be like that. You want to keep watching, even if she is a train-wreck you want to still watch everything she does."