Emilio Estévez has 3 siblings, and they are Ramón Luis Estévez, Charlie Sheen, and Renée Estévez.
He wrote the script for That Was Then, This Is Now.
He was in the movie That Was Then, This Is Now, which was based on the book by S.E. Hinton.
Emilio is the eldest son of Martin Sheen and Janet Sheen.
Emilio stars in the hit movie The Breakfast Club and his character is known as "The Jock".
Emilio is of Irish and Spanish heritage.
Emilio is in the 2006 film Bobby.
Emilio was listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1985" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 37.
Emilio graduated from Santa Monica High School.
As teens, Emilio and future stars Rob Lowe, Chad Lowe, Chris Penn, and Sean Penn were close friends. They used to act, write, produce, and direct movies on a home video camera.
Emilio had two children with ex-girlfriend Carey Salley.
Emilio served as best man at the wedding of Tom Cruise and Mimi Rogers.
Emilio took a Robert McKee screenwriting course.
Emilio is the uncle of Sam Sheen.
Emilio earned $3 million dollars for his role in D3: The Mighty Ducks.
Emilio's trademark is his unique laugh.
Emilio stands at 5'7" tall.
Emilio is a former Brat-Packer.
Emilio's claim to fame started when he was playing Keith "Two-bit" Matthews in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders (1983), based on the popular book by S.E. Hinton.
Emilio is the oldest child in his family.
Emilio was once engaged to Demi Moore and has married Paula Abdul.
In 1984, Emilio's wife Carey Salley gave birth to their first child, their son Taylor Levi Estevez. Then in 1986 she gave birth to their daughter Paloma Estevez.
Emilio's father is Martin Sheen (aka Ramon Estevez) and his mother is Janet Sheen. He comes from a famous acting family, his with brothers Ramon Estevez and Charlie Sheen (aka Carlos Estevez) and a sister, Renee Estevez.
Emilio:(on politics) I don't believe in this red state/blue state idea. I believe in a red, white and blue state.
Emilio: I think I've matured to a great extent. I think that I want different things now. That it's not about the celebrity status that you receive because you're doing the next hot movie. It's about doing good work.
Emilio: Writing is a lonely job unless you're a drinker, in which case you always have a friend within reach.