Charlie Sheen and FX Seek Imaginary Actress for 'Anger Management'

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It's so hard to find the right girl these days isn't it?

After having Selma Blair fired from his FX comedy Anger Management earlier this week, Charlie Sheen is seeking her replacement, as Entertainment Weekly reports. Unfortunately, the actress he is looking for probably doesn't exist. There are a whole list of requirements for the actress, as well as some description of the character she'll be playing, as dictated by Sheen himself. Physically, she should be a Caucasian or Latina woman between 5'0" and 5'6" tall, who is in her 30s or 40s, and is both "sexy" and "gorgeous."

There's more, though. As for the character she'll have to portray, she'll be a psychiatrist, like Blair's character, who is focused on her career. Inevitably, she'll fall for Sheen's character (this is where the pool of applicants really thins out): "And you hate yourself for eventually becoming attracted to Charlie."

That should be an easy trait to act out: self-loathing is an instantaneous reaction upon coming within four feet of Sheen. But the attraction part? If you're out there, you rare woman, good luck.