Charlie Sheen quiets down some after manic spring

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Charlie Sheen says his life's a lot calmer now.

The actor and former star of CBS' "Two and a Half Men" told NBC's Matt Lauer that he didn't really know what happened this spring when he was fired from the show and began a manic round of media appearances talking about his "tiger blood" and "winning."

Sheen says: "It was one of those things where the planets were aligned, perfectly or imperfectly. I said some stuff and then it caught such traction globally and instantly that I couldn't really put out the fire. I had to keep fueling it."

Now he says he's reconnecting with his children and appreciating the quiet things in life. He also says he's been sober for a while but doesn't keep track of the time.

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