‘Two and a Half Men’ star Angus T. Jones looks unrecognizable
Angus T. Jones looked completely different from his days as a child actor as he strolled through his Los Angeles neighborhood on Sunday.
In exclusive photos obtained by Page Six, the former ‘Two and a Half Men’ star, now 29, looked sullen as he wore a baggy light gray t-shirt and gray shorts dark.
He also sported glasses and a backwards red baseball cap.
The actor – who played the character of Jake Harper alongside actors Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer for almost 10 years – has donned a full grown beard and moustache.
Jones was also spotted on April 30 walking barefoot around her neighborhood wearing a similar style dressed in an oversized black t-shirt and shorts with a gray beanie.
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In 2012, Jones made headlines when he abruptly announced his exit from the popular sitcom in a 10-minute testimonial, citing that he had found God.
The ‘Rookie’ star also called the TV series – which featured a hedonistic Sheen, 57, known for his playboy tendencies throughout the series – “dirt” and urged viewers to stop watching.
“If you’re watching ‘Two and a Half Men’, please stop watching ‘Two and a Half Men’,” the actor said in a YouTube video posted by Forerunner Chronicles, a Christian group.
“I’m on ‘Two and a Half Men’ and I don’t want to be on it. Please stop watching it and filling your head with dirt. People say it’s just entertainment Do some research on the effects of TV on your brain, and I promise you’ll have a decision to make when it comes to TV, especially with what you watch.
He hasn’t made a return to the screen since his fiery departure.
In 2014, Jones doubled down on her choice to leave the show.
Speaking at the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s World Harvest Outreach conference, Jones said the show “shed light on issues in our world that are really issues for a lot of people.”
He added: “And I was a paid hypocrite because I didn’t agree with it but I did it anyway.”
Jones played Alan Harper’s (Cryer) jolly son as the two lived with Alan’s brother Charlie (Sheen) on the CBS sitcom for 10 seasons.
In 2011, Sheen was fired from the series due to “dangerously self-destructive driving” and “erratic behavior”, in addition to openly criticizing series creator Chuck Lorre.
He was then replaced by Ashton Kutcher for four seasons before the show ended in 2015.
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