Angus T. Jones

Duckie Forever
As part of the cast of the hit sitcom 'Two and a Half Men,' Golden Globe and Emmy-winning actor Jon Cryer has seen his share of scandals, from Charlie Sheen's blow-out with the show's creator to actor Angus T. Jones' bizarre statements wherein he called the show satanic and urged viewers to stop watching. Despite all this, Cryer remains optimistic about his time on the series -- because sometimes
Angus T. Jones Publicly Apologizes to His ‘Two and a Half Men’ Overlords
Angus T. Jones, who until Monday was known mainly as "that kid on 'Two and a Half Men,'" has had quite a busy week. First he implored people not to watch his show anymore because it's "filth," and then his mom said she was worried he'd been sucked into a cult. Now, not even two days after the whole brouhaha began, Jones has realized which side of his $350,000-per-episode bread
So Angus T. Jones from ‘Two and a Half Men’ Might Be in Some Creepy Cult [VIDEO]
Religious rantings sure do travel fast, and that's good news for zealots. But if you’re an enthusiastic evangelist like Angus T. Jones and you try to impress your godly new friends by publicly insulting your very high-paying day job, having the people in charge at said job see your comments about the “filth” they create could be detrimental to your employment health. Especially if those people inc
Mea Culpa
According to Angus T. Jones – you might know him as Jake on ‘Two and a Half Men’ – watching the show that earns him $350k an episode means you aren’t a very good Christian and Satan has already won. Of course, if you star on that show, well ... come on, only an idiot gives up that kind of money.