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February 20, 1996|ART BERMAN | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Sheen Seeks Divorce: Actor Charlie Sheen says he plans to divorce his wife of nearly six months, model Donna Peele, because he was suffocating and "had to come up for air." In a two-part interview scheduled to conclude tonight, the actor tells "Entertainment Tonight's" Jann Carl that part of him is still in love with Peele. "I don't think you just stop loving somebody. It's not like a faucet and you just turn it off," he said. Sheen, 30, who appeared in "Platoon," "Wall Street," "Hot Shots" and "Major League," wed Peele, 25, on Sept. 3 in Malibu. In the weeks before his marriage, Sheen testified in the trial of Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss, admitting he had ordered Fleiss' call girls at least 27 times, running up a tab of more than $50,000.

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Hey, Beave!: Universal Pictures opens its doors Saturday to boys 7 to 13 as part of a national talent search for a star for a feature film based on the classic TV series, "Leave It to Beaver." No previous acting experience is required. The star search takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Universal Studios in Universal City. Would-be Theodore "Beaver" Cleavers should bring a current photo and enter the main gate at 3900 Lankershim Blvd.

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