by Thaddeus Baklinski HOUSTON, TX, March 19, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Angus T. Jones, who played the role of Jake on CBS's "Two and a Half Men" for 10 years before realizing that the show was "filth" and quitting in 2012, is now focusing his life on his Christian faith. The 20-year-old former child star left the…
It’s refreshing for a young actor to look at Hollywood and call it what it truly is,”filth”… Former “Two and a Half Men” star Angus T. Jones surprised viewers in November 2012 when he announced that he had embraced Christianity and was...Show More Summary
The last time we heard from Angus T. Jones, the "half" in "Two and a Half Men," he was making about $300,000 per episode but ready to throw it all away because he was morally opposed to the show's plotlines, which went against his Seventh-day...Show More Summary
Post by Linda Sharps. Remember Angus T. Jones, onetime highest paid kid actor on television, thanks to Two and a Half Men? The guy who made headlines for behaving even more crazily than Charlie Sheen when he appeared in a ForerunnerShow More Summary
Former “Two and a Half Men” star Angus T. Jones opened up about his time on the show. The 20-year-old […]
Two and a Half Men‘s Angus T. Jones is back, with more hair than ever before! A brief refresher: In
Angus T. Jones has spoken out once again about Two and a Half Men. The young actor, who trashed the sitcom as filth in November 2012, gave a radio interview on March 15 in which he opened up about his decision to leave a $300,000-per-episode paycheck. Angus T. Show More Summary
It’s been a year since Angus T. Jones threw off the shackles of weekly sitcom slavery and lashed out against those that made him a name you want to forget in Hollywood. Today you’d barely recognize him and his strong voice for Christianity, sporting a scruffy Christ-like beard and clothes I assume he stole off a hobo.
Angus T. Jones, is that you in there?
The very public falling out between Angus T. Jones and “Two and a Half Men” raised an interesting question: What happens to the millionaire teen actor who goes on YouTube to call his show “filth” and begs people to stop watching? Read full article >>
The very public falling out between Angus T. Jones and “Two and a Half Men” raised an interesting question: What happens to the millionaire teen actor who goes on YouTube to call his show “filth” and begs people to stop watching? It turns out … life goes on. That is, life goes on after the […]
He was one of the highest paid teen actors on television but Angus T. Jones would rather preach than collect a six-million-dollar salary from “Two and a Half Men.” In a new interview, the 20-year-old bearded Seventh Day Adventist explained...Show More Summary
In the year since Angus T. Jones made his dramatic exit from "Two and a Half Men," the former child actor has done some growing up -- questionable facial hair and all.
He was earning $300,000 an episode playing Jake Harper on Two and a Half Men — making him one of the highest paid child actors in television history. But now — nine months after being booting from the sitcom for … More » The post The Evolution of Angus T. Jones appeared first on EveryJoe.
Angus T. Jones called his show “filth” and asked people to stop watching it as he was leaving the show. He now speaks at churches around the country decrying the person he used to be. In an interview with KHOU, Jones lamented how his old show “was making light of topics in our world that […]
Roughly a year after leaving Two and a Half Men, Angus T. Jones is still criticizing his time on the CBS series and explains that he's happy that he left since he can now focus on his faith. "It was difficult for me to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Two and a Half Men Amber Tamblyn Charlie Sheen Angus T. Jones
Angus T. Jones, formerly one of the highest-paid child actors in TV for his work on Two and a Half Men, has fully backed out of the show to pursue a new beard and his relationship with God. Read more...
"Two and a Half Men" has built quite a reputation for unceremoniously losing its leading actors, but unlike the infamous Charlie Sheen, former star Angus T. Jones isn't asking for his job back. Jones, who used to play the show's young...Show More Summary
Last time we heard from Two and a Half Men's half-man Angus T. Jones, he was leaving the immensely popular CBS sitcom after calling it "filth" and imploring viewers to "please stop watching it."
The vocal Seventh-Day Adventist says he has no regrets about slamming the CBS sitcom and creator Chuck Lorre in 2012. read more