Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" is growing--as is his one-man business.
Sheen is adding a dozen more dates to his live show, which is now set to stretch into Canada and continue through May 3. According to TMZ, Sheen will make $7 million dollars in a month as a result of this tour:
...the deal is for Charlie to perform on 21 dates. He'll get 85% of the profits, with Live Nation getting the remaining 15%. Charlie's cut is projected to average between $250,000 - $275,000 for each show.
And there's more ... Charlie will get additional $$$ for after-parties and merchandizing with 200,000 pieces of merchandise already shipped out for the show.
In all, we're told Charlie will pull in $7 million in a month.
The outspoken actor announced his first two live performances last week on his Twitter account. Those shows in Detroit and Chicago sold out quickly. The show will essentially be a 1 hour and 15 minute-long comedy routine done by Sheen from a chair--perhaps something like what we see below:
Sheen will make additional stops in Toronto, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Denver, San Francisco, Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia.
Sheen has not revealed the content of the show, other than to call it "the REAL story." Get excited. Get very excited.
The AP contributed to this report.