The former Half Man has a whole new look.
Angus T. Jones was recently snapped by a sharp-eyed photographer while grocery shopping in Los Angeles – a rare sighting for the adult child actor.
The 29-year-old co-star of the hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men” sported a dramatic dark cropped haircut, a bushy beard and Jeffery Dahmer-style glasses.
The tousled look was a stunning departure from the cute, reddish shaggy hairstyle he was famous for during the show’s sometimes controversial 10-season run.
Jones, who was once infamous called the show “filth” and encouraged people not to watch itWhile earning hundreds of thousands of dollars per episode, she was seen casually wearing a black t-shirt and gray sweatpants.
The Post has reached out to a representative for Jones for comment.
The actor has led a life largely out of the spotlight since he starred in the spotlight and made America laugh alongside Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen – and later Ashton Kutcher – on the CBS series from 2003 to 2015.
He was last seen in May of this year, walking barefoot in Los Angeles and wearing a red baseball cap, gray T-shirt and shorts.
Long before he left the series, the actor called out his employer in a passionate tirade in 2012 – and raked in an impressive $300,000 per episode.
“If you’re watching ‘Two and a Half Men,’ please stop watching ‘Two and a Half Men,'” he preached in a YouTube video. Posted by Christian Group Precursor Chronicles.
“I’m on ‘Two and a Half Men’ and I don’t want to be there. Please stop looking at it and filling your head with filth. People say it’s just entertainment…” he continued. “Do some research about the effects of television on your brain, and I promise you, you will have a decision to make when it comes to television, especially when it comes to what you watch.”
Jones apparently had a change of heart and later retracted his statements and apologized somewhat for his Two and a Half Men shade.
“I apologize if my comments suggest that I show indifference and disrespect toward my colleagues and fail to recognize the extraordinary opportunity with which I have been blessed. “I never intended to do that,” Jones said in one Statement from November 2012.
“Without reservation, I am grateful and have the highest regard and respect for all of the wonderful people at ‘Two and Half Men’ with whom I have worked and who have become an extension of my family over the past decade,” he added.
“I was very confident at the time,” Jones revealed about his decision to leave in an exclusive interview with People. “Going to college was something I was really excited about.”
The comments came barely a year after TAAHM made global headlines following actor Charlie Sheen’s epic collapse in 2011, which halted production on the show for the remainder of the season.