The 24 star, who rode shotgun with Sheen in The Three Musketeers and Young Guns and has dealt with his own share of personal demons, appeared on The View, where he was grilled by Barbara Walters on what he makes of Sheen's public breakdown.
And, after trying to dodge the question, Sutherland finally came up with something.
The actor, who says he doesn't own a computer, said he discovered a lot about what was happening with Sheen just moments before, while appearing on the show.
"I haven't watched a whole lot of it," Sutherland said. "I'm the last person I know without a computer and I'm not into all of that stuff yet. I know Charlie as a really funny, talented, loyal, fiercely loyal guy. And clearly people are concerned about him and worried about him."
Kiefer did say that as a father he appreciated what Martin Sheen had to say about his son's troubles in a recent U.K. interview.
"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.
"I care a lot about him. And obviously, like a lot of people you get worried, but it's not something I know a whole lot about."