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Somehow I ended up spending 25 minutes of my hour helping her with financial planning." According to the actor, Cryer had to discuss that salacious detail with his teenage son Charlie, 14. "It's not the proudest moment of my life." The actor recalled how he warned his son about the incident.
"I found myself picking my son up at school and having to give him a heads up that, ' Oh, you might read something on the Internet today that's a little curious,'" Cryer recalled.
Cryer, 49, revealed he dated Moore, 52, in his new memoir, "So That Happened." The two starred together in the 1984 flick "No Small Affair," and ran in the so-called "Brat Pack" circle of upstart actors that included Rob Lowe and Emilio Estevez.
The relationship later fizzled; Moore married action star Bruce Willis in 1987.
We sat down, tried to make small talk and halfheartedly stumbled into a conversation about recent fluctuations in the stock market."This was not long after 9/11 and he was one of the few politicians who was against torture." Jon is also against U. forces using torture so he wanted to get some face time with the Arizona senator.He confirmed to Howard though that he does not consider himself to be a Republican.He had shot a string of failed television shows and had gained a reputation as being TV pilot poison."I had three shows that all got on the air in a row and all of them went down in flames and after that, that was when it just dried up," Jon said.His money disappeared and he considered trying to teach acting but wasn't sure if he'd even be able to do that.2003 ended up being a good year for Jon after he got offers for two pilots: one was "Two and a Half Men," the other the reboot of "Battlestar Galactica." At the time, it might have made more sense for him to choose "BSG," since according to Jon, CBS president Les Moonves didn't want him on his network."A lot of these networks, they know that actors circulate," Jon explained to Howard.