Angus T. Jones Biography
(American Actor Known for His Role as ‘Jake Harper’ in the TV Sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men’)
Birthday: October 8, 1993 (Libra)
Born In: Austin, Texas, United States
Angus Turner Jones is an American actor who became famous for his portrayal of Jake Harper in the hit series ‘Two and a Half Men’. Prior to landing the lead role on the sitcom, Jones portrayed several minor and supporting characters in films and TV series as a child actor. He made his debut in 1999 with ‘Simpatico’, a film that failed to click at the box office. He was later seen in the moderately successful film ‘See Spot Run’ that earned him his first Young Artist Award nomination. His other notable roles were for TV shows ‘Dinner with Friends’, ‘ER’, ‘Audrey’s Rain’; and films ‘The Rookie’ and ‘Bringing Down the House’. However, he received his breakthrough only in 2003 when he was selected to play the role of Jake Harper in ‘Two and a Half Men’. He played the leading role for 10 seasons and appeared in over 200 episodes before he decided to leave the show for religious reasons. His character won him several awards and nominations, and he was among the highest paid child actors on TV during the time. Since the end of the series, Jones has avoided the limelight and focused on his studies. His last appearance was in the web series ‘Horace and Pete’ in 2016. He is currently working for multimedia and events company Tonite.