(NEW YORK) -- Charlie Sheen hasn't taken a break from acting since he was fired from Two and a Half Men.
Just days after appearing in a sketch on FunnyorDie.com, he's the star of yet another short film, this one spoofing last week's removal of his trailer from the Warner Bros. lot.
In the sketch, titled "Operation Greyhound" and posted on RadarOnline.com, he plays a character based on himself, named "Warlock." Joined by his "Goddess" -- Natalie Kenly, one of his two real-life girlfriends -- and some other acquaintances, he hatches a plot to retrieve a trailer from a studio lot. Sheen is seen wearing a camouflage shirt with a red beret and dog tags.
According to RadarOnline.com, Sheen incorporated real footage in the short of his trailer leaving the Warner Bros. lot, making it seem as if he and his crew were in the trailer when it was driven away. The website says a longer version of the sketch will be released later this month.
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