Where's Jon Cryer? We Found Him

The "Two and a Half Men" star has landed a new temp gig for Ellen DeGeneres

Although he may not have any tiger blood, the other star of "Two and a Half Men" is finally winning.

Actor Jon Cryer has landed a new gig at "the Ellen DeGeneres Show."

It's certainly not as glamorous as his old job, but in the star's own words, "I needed the work."

The bit was posted on Ellen's website Thursday morning, and is apparently the first we've seen of Cryer since "Two and a Half Men" went from a comedy to a drama to a soap opera to a David Lynch movie.


As expected, Cryer has kept quiet since co-star Charlie Sheen began his no-holds-barred attack against producer Chuck Lorre via a series of escalating rants. CBS fired back by canceling the comedy.

Everyone seems to have an opinion on Sheen (even CBS top dog Les Moonves), but Cryer has managed to avoid most of the drama. Over the weekend, Cryer's publicist actually had to deny reports her client joined Twitter.

Elsewhere in the Twittersphere, Sheen has earned the Guinness Record for the fastest person ever to get one million followers.

"In all sincerity... Thank you Twitter community for the warm reception & the followers that helped get me to 1M in 24 hours!!! #teamsheen," wrote Sheen Thursday.

(Note: If the embedded video above doesn't work, try watching it on Ellen's YouTube channel here)

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