Martin Sheen Found Safe, But Other Celebrities Still On The Move From Fires


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Add Lady Gaga to the list of celebrities who have evacuated their homes in the Malibu area.


In addition, Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro tweeted that his memorabilia-stuffed Bleak House might be in danger – he evacuated last night – but that "the gift of life remains." Bleak House holds the director's vast horror-related collection, including more than 700 pieces of original art, life-size wax recreations of Hollywood horror characters, Alfred Hitchcock memorabilia, and various movie props.
Director Kevin Smith sought help for a near-Malibu farm that needs help evacuating 40 horses, while Joe Rogan took the moment to thank firefighters and first responders.
Woods also retweeted Milano's request for help in rescuing five horses. (They were rescued).


Then send them some cash." Wrote Rainn Wilson, "Please send your prayers to the people of Thousand Oaks and the victims of the shooting that are now having to evacuate their homes and neighborhoods.
 
UPDATE, SATURDAY, 9 AM:  Actor Martin Sheen has been found safe. Martin Sheen was among the hundreds evacuated to the Zuma Beach area after the California wildfires mushroomed near his home.
His family is reported safe. He has been documenting his ordeal on Instagram. UPDATE, SATURDAY, 11 AM:  Singer-songwriter-producer Robin Thicke has lost his house in Malibu and has evacuated.
Later, he tweeted, "People have requested I do a hashtag for missing persons in the fires now raging in Southern California, like we did for the #CampFire. I’ll use #SoCalFiresJamesWoods People can exchange info using that hashtag on @Twitter searching for the missing or to announce they are safe." Woods is using his Twitter account to link to a list of missing persons in the Camp Fire and SoCal evacuations. "The only hashtag I am using is #CampFireJamesWoods to keep it simple for folks under duress," the actor wrote earlier.


His plea has been picked up by James Woods:


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Malibu is being evacuated." "Bleak House and the collection may be endangered but the gift of life remains. "Evacuated last night," del Toro tweeted today. Thousand Oaks and Agoura are still in danger.


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Milano shared that she's been evacuated from her home, taking "my kids, dogs, computer and my Doc Marten boots."


As wildfires spread up and down California, forcing the evacuation of Malibu to the south and raging north of Sacramento in the so-called Camp Fire, Hollywood celebrities from Alyssa Milano to James Woods are using social media to share stories and spread word about missing people and available resources. Refresh for updates…


Deadline will continue to update throughout the day:
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"North is always good," she wrote. Then later, Kardashian posted an Instagram photo with her pajama-clad kids after evacuation.


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Meanwhile, Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson said his home has been destroyed in the blaze.


Earlier, Kardashian posted images of the Calabasas area from an airplane:
UPDATE 9 PM:  Actor Charlie Sheen has put out a public plea on Twitter for information concerning his parents, Martin and Janet Sheen


His son, Charlie Sheen, put out a frantic call for information on his mother and father last night after being unable to contact them in the evacuation chaos. A reporter for the local Fox 11 outlet spoke to Martin Sheen, who told the news crew he would be sleeping in his car tonight.