Two and a Half Men’ star Angus T Jones makes rare appearance in Los Angeles after leaving Hollywood.
Angus T. Jones, the previous kid star who broadly played Jake Harper on “Over two Men,” was spotted with a fresh out of the box new look.
The 27-year-old, who has to a great extent avoided the spotlight since his exit from the hit sitcom, ventured out shoeless on Monday in Los Angeles. The entertainer donned a thick facial hair growth with a dark beanie, khaki shorts and a dark realistic T-shirt that read “SHOQUIP” in blue lettering, alluding to his home province of Texas. He stayed under the radar as he strolled toward his car.Jones was only 9 years of age when he was projected close by Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen on “Over two Men” in 2003. He immediately became quite possibly the most conspicuous and generously compensated entertainers on TV, People magazine reported.But after 10 seasons, Jones was prepared to both leave the series and Hollywood through and through. The power source noticed that the youthful entertainer, who was committed to his Christian confidence, thought that it is progressively hard to show up in the satire.
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“I’m on ‘Over two Men,’ and I would prefer not to be,” Jones told Seventh-Day Adventist movie producer Christopher Hudson in a video meet that turned into a web sensation in 2012. “Kindly quit watching it. Kindly quit filling your head with foulness. Individuals say it’s simply amusement. Do some exploration on the impacts of TV in your cerebrum and I guarantee you, you’ll have a choice to make with regards to… what you watch on TV. It’s awful information.”
“A many individuals don’t care to contemplate how misleading the adversary is,” he proceeded. “There’s no messing about with regards to forever… People will see us and resemble, ‘I can be a Christian and be on a show like ‘More than two Men.’ You can’t. You can’t be a genuine God-dreading individual and be on a network show like that. I realize I can’t.”