Martin Sheen's recent comments about the plight of his son Charlie were "touching", according to the Hollywood actor Kiefer Sutherland.Martin Sheen, who recently came to the defence of his son Charlie Sheen, is doing the right thing as a father, according to the '24' star Kiefer Sutherland, reports Ctv News.Sutherland, who starred with Charlie in 'The Three Musketeers' and 'Young Guns', admits that he is worried about his friend's erratic behaviour but also sympathises with his father Martin. The actor, who has a 23-year-old daughter, spoke about Martin's current predicament, saying, "A British interviewer asked him, I'm sorry to bother you about this, it must be a difficult time with everything your son is going through, how do you feel? He as a father said, You have to love more. And as a father, that really touched me. And so with regards to Charlie, I mean he's one of those cats that always seem to land on his feet and I wish him the best". Despite his message of support towards the Sheen family, Sutherland claims he knows little of Charlie's recent antics because he doesn't have a computer.
Martin Sheen is currently filming the highly anticipated new movie 'The Amazing Spider-Man', starring British actor Andrew Garfield as the eponymous superhero. The film, which is being directed by Marc Webb, is scheduled to hit cinemas in Summer 2012.