Emilio Estevez (born May 12, 1962 in The Bronx, New York) is an American actor, screenwriter, and director of Spanish descent. He rose to fame in the 1980s as a member of the Brat Pack, starring in The Breakfast Club and St. Elmo's Fire among others. He's also known for his roles in films like The Mighty Ducks and Young Guns. Since the 2000s, he has largely stopped acting. On the directing side, he has worked on shows like CSI: NY, NUMB3RS, Close To Home, Cold Case, and Criminal Minds.
A member of the Estevez acting family, he is the son of Martin Sheen and the brother of Charlie Sheen, both of whom he has worked with. He was briefly engaged to fellow Brat Pack member Demi Moore and was married to Paula Abdul.
- The Outsiders (1983): Keith "Two-Bit" Matthews
- Repo Man (1984): Otto Maddox
- The Breakfast Club (1985): Andrew Clark
- St. Elmo's Fire (1985): Kirby "Kirbo" Keger
- That Was Then... This Is Now (1985): Mark Jennings (also wrote the screenplay)
- Maximum Overdrive (1986): Bill Robinson
- Wisdom (1986): John Wisdom (also wrote and directed)
- Stakeout (1987) and Another Stakeout (1993): Bill Reimers
- Young Guns (1988) and Young Guns II (1990): Billy the Kid
- Men At Work (1990): James St. James (also wrote and directed)
- Freejack (1992): Alex Furlong
- The Mighty Ducks (1992) and its two sequels: Gordon Bombay
- Loaded Weapon 1 (1993): Sgt. Jack Colt
- Judgment Night (1993): Frank Wyatt
- Mission: Impossible (1996): Jack Harmon
- The LA Riot Spectacular (2005): Laurence Powell
- Bobby (2006): Tim Fallon (also wrote and directed)
Tropes related to Emilio Estevez:
- Anti-Nepotism: Unlike his brother, he goes by his birth name to avoid the appearance of riding off his father's success.