Late Friday night Charlie Sheen was sending out frantic messages for anyone to help him get in touch with his parents as he feared their home had been engulfed in flames, but luckily they had made it to an evacuation zone and got the word out they were safe.
"I cannot get ahold of my parents Martin and Janet Sheen," adding, "They are in the group, at the staging ground near Zuma Beach."
Sheen was also reaching to individuals in the media who were keeping up with the fire, worried that their home of 48-years had burnt to the ground.
The "West Wing" star was later contacted on the beach by the local news, who said, "We evacuated early this morning frmo Point Dume around 9:30, and we've been here ever since." He sent a message out to "Emilio, Ramon, Renee, Charlie ... we're fine." Sheen added that he and his wife would "probably sleep in the car tonight."
The status of their home is still unclear. The Woolsey fire continues to rage in Southern California, and has burned over 70,000 acres.