Now when it comes to Hollywood, it's rare to find celebrities that walk the straight line and never have a public meltdown. I wouldn't necessarily say this next young actor had a major meltdown, but he has made some questionable moves as of late. Angus T. Jones, the former child star of Two and A Half Men, has followed in the footsteps of the show's previous leading man, Charlie Sheen, and effectively ended his relationship with Chuck Lorre and the megahit program.
November 2012 was the last time we saw Jones' character Jake on the CBS sitcom after he "departed for the military." The 20-year-old actor had run his course on the show—which has itself run its course for the most part—and now claims to answer to a higher power. Angus now spends his days in the state of Colorado studying and working with the World Harvest Outreach Church in Houston. He regrets the way he departed the sitcom and how in an interview he called the product "filth," but he doesn't disagree with the points he made.
While he was on the sitcom he raked in $300,000 per episode, but judging by his full-grown Amish beard, he's no longer all that invested in material goods. In his interview, Angus hinted that he is not interested in returning to acting on a large scale and is at peace with his new path. "I really want to be able to come into the light because I know that's where genuine healing is, and I've just seen God do amazing things," he said.
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