Jon Cryer Pokes Fun At 'Two And A Half Men' Controversy Amid Emmy Nod
By Amber Goodhand - RadarOnline.com Reporter
Jon Cryer is a funny guy both on and off camera.
The Two and a Half Men star was nominated for an Emmy Award Thursday morning in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category and cracked a joke about the controversy that followed the show and its former star, Charlie Sheen, this year.
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"In a year when nothing much has happened on our show and you could barely find a word about me or my co-stars on the internet, it is lovely to be recognized by the Academy in this way!" Cryer said in a statement obtained by RadarOnline.com.
Cryer is referring to, of course, Sheen's very bizarre behavior and public bashing of Two and a Half Men and its creator that subsequently led to him being fired from the hit CBS television show.
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Cryer, 46, will be fighting for the Emmy against fellow nominees Chris Colfer from Glee and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ed O'Neill, Ty Burrell and Eric Stonestreet all from Modern Family.
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