Actor Charlie Sheen has settled his messy legal dispute with the makers of 'Two and a Half Men' regarding his acrimonious dismissal from the show. Sheen had sought $100 million after being fired from the sitcom following remarks he made about producer CHUCK LORRE, reports BBC News.

The actor, who took on a new level of fame following the dismissal, dropped legal action against Warner Bros following court arbitration "to the parties mutual satisfaction". Warner stressed the terms of the settlement will remain confidential. Court papers had revealed Sheen was seeking compensation for loss of earnings for both himself and the entire crew - he was said to earning over $1 million per episode. His increasingly unpredictable behaviour led the show's production to be suspended and Sheen was eventually fired, to be replaced by Ashton Kutcher. At the recent Emmy Awards, where he presented 'Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series', Sheen wished 'Two and a Half Men' good luck for the future and reportedly chatted with Kutcher about his new role.

The actor will return to television in the sitcom 'Anger Management', based on the Jack Nicholson movie of the same name. The Joe Roth produced project will see Sheen assume a certain degree of creative control.