Wow… we didn’t see this one coming!
In a new interview with People Magazine, Two & A Half Men alum Angus T. Jones spoke about his current relationship with religion and where he stands in the acting world today.
As we previously reported, Angus abruptly and dramatically left the show in 2013 due to his religious beliefs. The actor had joined a very intense Christian group called Seventh-day Adventist Church which frowned upon his involvement in the show.
Now that some years have passed, Jones is switching gears towards a more relaxed view on spirituality. In fact, the former child star is thinking of leaving organized religion entirely.
Angus went on to explain:
“Over the last three years I’ve been involved with various faith-based organizations. Right now, I’m stepping away from the organizational business-model programs. I’m interested in seeing where I go without an organization putting a stamp of approval on if I’m good or bad or whatever.”
Sounds positive! The 23-year-old should do whatever is best for himself.
As for acting, Jones realized how much he enjoyed the craft after returning to Two & A Half Men for a brief cameo in 2015.
Given the star’s genuine love for his past profession, he’s leaving the door “open” to possibly make a comeback in the future:
“The door is definitely still open for me to do that, but I’m taking things slowly. But I’m kind of liking the ability to travel and to move around at a moment’s notice and not have to be in one spot for years at a time.”
Well, we wouldn’t mind seeing Angus back on the small screen. Maybe he’ll return to Hollywood after he’s done acting as the president for an events company.
Summing up his change of heart, the celeb revealed he has “no regrets” about any decisions he has made in life:
“In terms of regrets, I try to avoid those completely. There’s no changing anything. There’s only moving forward.”
Good for you, Angus! We hope whatever you do next turns out beautifully!
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