Angus T. Jones, the former child star who famously played Jake Harper “Two and a half men,” was spotted with a whole new look.
The 27-year-old, who has largely stayed out of the spotlight since leaving the hit comedy series, stepped out barefoot Monday in Los Angeles. The actor wore a thick beard with a black hat, khaki shorts and a black graphic T-shirt that read “SHOQUIP” in blue, referring to his home state of Texas. He kept a low profile as he walked towards his car.
Jones was just 9 years old when he was cast alongside Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen on “Two and a Half Men” in 2003. He quickly became one of the most recognizable and well-paid actors on television, People magazine reported.
But after 10 seasons, Jones was ready to leave the series and Hollywood altogether. Outlet noted that the young actor who was devoted to his Christian faith, found it increasingly difficult to appear in the comedy.
“I’m on ‘Two and a Half Men,’ and I Won’t Be,” Jones told Seventh-day Adventist filmmaker Christopher Hudson in a video interview that went viral in 2012. “Please stop watching it. Stop filling your head with dirt. People say it’s just entertainment. Do some research into the effects of television in your brain and I promise you have a decision “When it comes to … what you see on television. That’s bad news.”
“A lot of people don’t like to think about how misleading the enemy is,” he continued. “There’s no play when it comes to eternity … People want to see us and be like, ‘I can be a Christian and be on a show like’ Two and a half men. ‘You can not. You can not be. a truly God-fearing person and be a part of such a television program. I know I can not. “
Jones later issued an apology for his comments.
“I apologize if my remarks reflect that I show indifference and respect for my colleagues and a lack of appreciation for the extraordinary opportunity for which I have been blessed,” he said in a statement obtained by Hollywood Reporter. “I never thought so.”
In his announcement, Jones praised the cast and crew, as well as CBS and Warner Bros. Television.
“Without qualification, I’m grateful and have the utmost respect and respect for all the wonderful people at ‘Two and Half Men’ that I have worked with and over the last 10 years that have become an extension of my family. , “he said divided.
Jones continued to appear on “Men” until the season 10 finale in May 2013. Although it was reported that he would be a guest star in season 11, Jones never appeared.
In 2016, Jones told People magazine that at the time, he was “really excited” to study at the University of Colorado, where he could live “a normal life.”
“Going to college was something I was really, really excited about,” he explained. “… I was not at the center of everyone’s attention, and that was nice.”
At the time, Jones said he was “on a break” from school but was determined to get his degree. He focused on spending time with his younger brother Otto while living in Los Angeles. Outlet noted that he served as president of entertainment at Tonite, an event company that co-founded Sean “Diddy” Combs’ son Justin.
“Getting to be a part of his life is one of my most favorite things,” Jones told the outlet about his sibling affiliation. “I became pretty doomsday with my mindset for a long time, but now I’m having fun and enjoying where I am. I no longer feel like every step I take is on a landmine.”
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