Martin Sheen: ‘Which living person do I most despise? Yellow Hair'

The actor on Donald Trump, Apocalypse Now and saying sorry to his son

Born Ramón Estevez in Ohio, Martin Sheen, 76, began his career on the stage, earning a Tony nomination for his role in The Subject Was Roses in 1965. He went on to star in numerous films, including Apocalypse Now. In 1999, he took the role of President Bartlet in the TV series The West Wing, going on to win a Golden Globe. He is currently in the Netflix series Grace And Frankie, and stars in Anne Of Green Gables, out next week on DVD. He is married with four children.

When were you happiest?

1 May 1981 in Paris, because that’s the day I was reconverted to Catholicism.

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