Two And A Half Men’s reclusive star Angus T. Jones spotted as he leaves his house to watch firefighters extinguish blaze right near his Los Angeles home
He’s mostly dropped out of the public eye since quitting CBS hit sitcom Two And A Half Men in dramatic fashion in 2012.
But Angus T. Jones was spotted outside his Los Angeles home on Tuesday as firefighters battled a blaze nearby.
The 27-year-old looked unrecognizable in a dense beard and long hair as he checked out the local drama.
Feeling the heat: Angus T. Jones was spotted outside his Los Angeles home on Tuesday as firefighters battled a blaze nearby
The actor, who played Jake Harper on the TV megahit for a decade, also donned a beanie and tinted glasses.
He covered up with a black T-shit bearing the Apple logo.
Jones began acting at the age of five after being cast in the 1999 film Simpatico that starred Sharon Stone and Nick Nolte.
He went on to win other small roles in movies before landing the gig of Jake, a kid who’s living with his divorced dad Jon Cryer and hedonistic uncle Charlie Sheen.
But as he grew up, so did his TV alter ego with the show’s creators giving his teen character more adult storylines including dating older women.
Hirsute: The 27-year-old looked unrecognizable in a dense beard and long hair as he checked out the local drama
In 2013, Jones said in an interview with Seventh-Day Adventist filmmaker Christopher Hudson that being on the show was incompatible with being ‘a true God-fearing person.’
He even described the comedy as ‘filth’.
He did not appear in season 11 of the hit comedy but did return for a cameo in the season 12 series finale in 2015.
He attended the University of Colorado at Boulder switching from environmental studies to Jewish studies at the end of his freshman year.
Danger zone: The firefighters seen here battling the Glendale blaze
Religious concerns: In 2013, Jones said in an interview with Seventh-Day Adventist filmmaker Christopher Hudson that being on Two And A Half Men was incompatible with being ‘a true God-fearing person.’
He told People: ‘Over the last three years I’ve been involved with various faith-based organizations.’
‘Right now, I’m stepping away from the organizational business-model programs. I’m interested in seeing where I go without an organization putting a stamp of approval on if I’m good or bad or whatever.’
He has now put his college degree ‘on hold’ and has partnered with Sean Combs’s son Justin in events company Tonite.
He also acknowledges that he still likes acting and is hoping to reignite his Hollywood career on his own terms.
In 2016 he appeared in an episode of the Louis C.K. show Horace and Pete.