Charlie Sheen wishes he "never started" smoking.
The 54-year-old actor celebrated one year since quitting cigarettes on Saturday (04.07.20) - which was also Independence Day in America - and whilst commemorating the occasion on social media, he insisted that if he could go back in time, he never would have begun the habit.
He tweeted: "dear @my lungs, it was one year ago TODAY, that i quit smoking ! hashtag - YOU'RE WELCOME ! if i could go back in time and have NEVER STARTED, i would absolutely do so ! (sic)"
Charlie also encouraged others who are "on the fence" about giving up smoking to do so, as he said "the sooner the better".
He added: "if you are on the fence about quitting, trust me; the sooner the better ! happy 4th ! (sic)"
The former 'Two and a Half Men' star has also quit drinking and taking drugs, and in December, he celebrated two years of sobriety.
Speaking about his decision to get sober, he said: "About a year and a half ago, it just hit me that I knew it was time to make a change - and you know, it didn't require some crazy rehab stint or a shootout with the cops. It didn't require anything super-dramatic and crazy and front-page news."
And the actor also said his children - Cassandra, 35, whom he has with Paula Profit, Sam, 16, and Lola, 14, whom he has with Denise Richards, and twins Max and Bob, 11, whom he fathered with Brooke Mueller - were a driving force in getting him to confront his demons.
Charlie explained: "I couldn't get my daughter to an appointment that she had. I don't drink and drive ever, I have never had a DUI. I was like, 'Wow, I am not even responsible enough to be available for my children's needs.' The next morning I woke up and was like, 'Today is the day.'"