Charlie Sheen likes to refer to himself as "winning," but can the former Two and a Half Men star win big on Celebrity Big Brother? Sheen has reportedly signed a deal to appear on the U.K. show later this month for nearly $10 million, The Independent reports.

The show will begin filming over the next two weeks, when Sheen will fly from his Los Angeles mansion to a house full of strangers in the U.K. Well, not exactly strangers. While no other stars have been officially confirmed to round out the list of housemates, former child star Aaron Carter, boxer Ricky Hatton and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, are all rumored to be appearing on the show.

Sheen will be the show's biggest name yet. Past seasons of Celebrity Big Brother, which usually puts B-list celebrities in a house where cameras record their every move, have featured Ivana Trump, Dennis Rodman, Sisqo, Stephen Baldwin and LaToya Jackson, among others. Sheen is also set to star in a sitcom called Anger Management, a TV version of the 2003 Adam Sandler movie, but no network has yet been named for production.