SEE: ‘Two and a Half Men’ Star Angus T. Jones Surfaces After a Year, Looks Unrecognizable3 min read
While walking around his Los Angeles neighbourhood Sunday, Angus T. Jones looked completely different from his child-acting days. Page Six obtained exclusive photos of the former “Two and a Half Men” star, 29, wearing a loose-fitting gray T-shirt and dark gray shorts. Furthermore, he wore a red baseball cap backwards and glasses. Jake Harper, the character he played for nearly ten years alongside Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer, wore a full beard and moustache. He was also spotted walking barefoot around his neighbourhood on April 30 wearing an oversized black T-shirt, shorts, and a gray beanie. A 10-minute testimonial Jones gave in 2012 announcing his abrupt exit from the popular sitcom, citing that he had found God, made headlines.
He also called the show, which starred a hedonistic Sheen, 57, known for his playboy tendencies, “filth” and urged viewers to stop watching it. After his fiery departure, he has not appeared on screen again. The show’s producer reaffirmed Jones’ decision to leave in 2014. The CBS sitcom starred Jones as the joyous son of Alan Harper (Cryer), who lived with Alan’s jingle-writing brother, Charlie (Sheen). The show’s creator Chuck Lorre fired Sheen in 2011 for “dangerously self-destructive conduct” and “erratic behaviour,” in addition to openly slamming him. Ashton Kutcher replaced him for four seasons before the show ended in 2015.
In His First Sighting In A Year, Angus T. Jones Appears Unrecognizable
Angus T. Jones, who appeared in his first public appearance in nearly a year, looked much older than he did during his “Two and a Half Men” days. A new photo obtained by The Post shows the now-bearded 29-year-old wearing an oversized gray T-shirt and dark grey shorts while walking barefoot around his Los Angeles neighbourhood. He wore a red baseball cap backwards and glasses that resembled those worn by Dahmer. As Jake Harper, Jones appeared alongside Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer on the famous CBS sitcom. His departure from the show was confirmed in 2014 – though he did appear in the series finale in 2015 – after he rediscovered his Christian faith and called the show “filth” in a 2012 rant. ‘Two and a Half Men’ shouldn’t be watched anymore,” he preached in a YouTube video posted by the Christian group Forerunner Chronicles. ‘Two and a Half Men’ doesn’t interest me. It fills your head with filth. Please stop watching it.
According to him, people just think it’s entertainment. If you research the effects of television on your brain, you’ll have a choice to make about television, especially what you watch. Following his spiritual journey, the former child star has become somewhat of a recluse. As a result of his bizarre media antics, Sheen was fired from the show in March 2011. For the next four seasons, Ashton Kutcher replaced him, until the series ended in 2015. Jones later apologized for his remarks about “Men,” but said he didn’t regret leaving the show because he was “really, really excited about” college. Please accept my apology if my remarks indicate indifference to my colleagues and a lack of appreciation for the opportunity I have been given. Jones said in a November 2012 statement that he never intended to do that. According to Jones, enrolling at the University of Colorado at Boulder allowed him to live a normal life. The fact that I wasn’t the center of attention was nice, he said.
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