Angus T Jones is an American actor who has a net worth of $20 million. Angus T Jones is most celebrated for his job on the long-running television show “Two and a Half Men”. Angus showed up on the show from 2003-2013 and in 2015. Altogether, he showed up in 213 scenes. At the pinnacle of his vocation on “Two and a Half Men,” Angus acquired an astounding $350,000 per scene, approximately $9-10 million every year when syndication points are taken into account. Jones was the highest-paid youngster star on television for a long time.
Angus T Jones Early Life and Career
Angus T Jones was brought into the world in Austin, Texas on October 8, 1993, the more seasoned of two brothers. He made his expert debut in the late 90s, showing up in multiple television ads prior to starting kindergarten. He then moved to television and film work, showing up in such projects as “Simpatico”, “See Spot Run”, “emergency room”, ” Dinner with Friends”, “The Rookie”, “Cutting Down the House“, and “George of the Jungle 2”. He additionally showed up in “The Christmas Blessing.”
“Two and a Half Men”
In 2003, Angus was cast in the job that would make him an easily recognized name, as Jake Harper in the arrangement, “Two and a Half Men”. Angus T Jones was the first youngster actor the makers saw for the job of Jake, and they cast him while he was still at the audition. His character of Jake made up the “half man” in the title, a 10-year-old living with his separated from father, played by Jon Cryer, and hedonistic uncle, portrayed by Charlie Sheen. The show arrived at the midpoint of a crowd of people of around 15 million individuals and was the most mainstream sitcom in the U.S. for quite a bit of its run. During season nine of the show, which ran from 2011-2012, Angus’ character Jake was given racier storylines. He was portrayed as a substantial maryjane client just as being physically active with more seasoned ladies. In October 2012, Jones gave an interview with the Seventh Day Adventist radio program “Voice of Prophecy” in which he portrayed his path to a freshly discovered strict faith. The next month, he said he had been baptized and that he not, at this point wanted to show up on “Two and a Half Men,” calling the show “filth” and saying it conflicted with his strict perspectives. He additionally asked fans to stop watching the show. His outburst acquired the attention of the media after he showed up in a video posted on the YouTube channel of ForeRunner Chronicles, an independent ministry run by Christopher Hudson. Jones gave a statement the next day explaining his position and clarified that he “cannot address everything that has been said or right every misstatement or misunderstanding.” Producers for “Two and a Half Men” said he was not expected back on the set until 2012, and in April 2013 they downsized him to “repeating job” status for season 11. He ultimately didn’t show up at all until he did an appearance on the arrangement finale in season 12, which broadcasted February 19, 2015.
In addition to his acting vocation, he is likewise a trained artist. Angus attended the University of Colorado Boulder after he left “Two and a Half Men.” In 2016, Jones joined the management team of Tonight, a multimedia and event production organization started by Justin Combs and Kene Orijoke.
Jones is active in numerous charitable efforts, including First Star Organization, which helps mishandled and neglected kids. In August 2008, he joined other celebrities at the “Rowdy ‘Fantasy Camp.” Also in 2008, he attended Variety’s Power of Youth benefit for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. In October 2009, he was granted the Rising Start of 2009 for Big Brothers Big Sisters. He likewise supports the anti-tormenting collusion Be a Star, helped to establish by The Creative Coalition and WWE. Jones showed up at the Kids Night at the Dream Center LA with the cast of “Annie” in a charity event for youngsters stranded by Hurricane Katrina.