California wildfires: Charlie Sheen's plea after losing contact with dad Martin

Charlie Sheen has made a desperate plea to trace his mother and father amid the California wildfires panic.

Martin Sheen and mother Janet.

The wildfires burned out of the crowds.

Sheen wrote on Twitter: "I can not get ahold of my parents, Martin and Janet Sheen, they are in the group at the staging ground near Zuma Beach.

"if anyone has eyes on them, please let me know that they are safe and sound in the middle of this horrific scenario."

Martin Sheen and Charlie Sheen, presenters during the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards – Backstage at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic)

Many celebrities have been caught up in the devastation.

Caitlyn Jenner marked herself as "safe in the air".

Jenner, as well as her step-daughter Kim Kardashian West, was among the stars forced to blaze her way through the south of the state.

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Firefighters tackle a blaze in Thousand Oaks

It was reported Jenner's Malibu home had been destroyed. The TV personality, 69, shared on video to tell fans she was safe but she still does not know what has happened to her house.

Sitting alongside her friend Sophia Hutchins, she said: "Well, we're safe, at a safehouse.

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Hutchins, 22, added: "We're safe, that's all that matters."

Kardashian West earlier revealed the flames had stopped near her home in the Hidden Hills, north west of Los Angeles.

She has been sharing her seven-month-old niece True, the daughter of Khloe Kardashian.

The picture was captioned: "Trying to get my mind off of this fire and snuggling with my niece."

Actress Alyssa Milano told fans that she is in danger of being engulfed by flames but that her horses and children are safe.

Milan had tweeted her followers to help her move out of the blaze.

In an update, she wrote: "Horses are finally safe" My children are safe My home is in jeopardy but … everything with a heartbeat is safe.

The Charmed star added: "To those who insisted on being hurtful because our political affiliation is different, you are what is wrong with the country."

Former EastEnders star Patsy Palmer now lives near Los Angeles and was also forced to leave her home.

Alongside a picture of a smoke-filled sky, the actress, who played White Jackson on the soap, wrote: "Praying for everyone that lost there homes today. & Thousand Oaks. "

Star Wars star Mark Hamill thanked fans for their concern amid the fire.

Confirming that he and members of his family were safe, he added: "Even though they are dangerously close to our home – MarilouHamill – NathanHamill – GriffinHamill – chelseahamill- Millie – Mabel & I am all safe at the moment & rooting for our #FearlessFirefighters in their battle vs #MeanMotherNature. "

One Direction star Niall Horan urged people to leave the area, writing in a tweet: "If you live in the Thousand Oaks / Malibu area, please evacuate.

"The fires are at 0% containment.

Lady Gaga revealed her property and heralded the firefighters and emergency services as "true heroes".

She tweeted: "I am thinking of all the abominable fires & grieving the loss of their homes or loved ones.

God Bless You "I'm sitting here with many of you wondering if my home will be burst into flames."

She did not say if she was at the property in question.

A blaze broke out in the Hill area in the south of the state on Thursday and spread quickly, and the Ventura County Fire Department said.

The so-called Woolsey Fire grew overnight and the entire city of Malibu, which has 13,000 residents, has been told to evacuate.

Kardashian West was seen as the first wave of celebrities to leave the area.

Her sister Khloe had tweeted to say she could not sleep, adding: "I am too nervous with these fires."

Actor Rainn Wilson, known for starring in the US version of the office.

He wrote: "My house is in that. #WoolseyFire."

Disney chief executive Robert Iger posted a picture on Twitter.

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According to reports, the wildfire is also thought to have been the TV and movie production at the Paramount Ranch.

The world's most famous film credits include 1938's The Adventures Of Marco Polo and TV's Dr Quinn's

Fires have also devastated an area in northern California, killing five people in the town of Paradise, near San Francisco.


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