The slightly stocky American actor Angus T. Jones began his career as a child star, before the age of ten, in the early 2000s. Best known as the "half" in the blockbuster sitcom Two and a Half Men (2003) -- a role this pint-sized tyro tackled admirably alongside Gen-X screen heavies Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer -- Jones also appeared in a number of Hollywood features. He played James in the poorly received animal picture See Spot Run (2001), Hunter in the outstanding Disney baseball melodrama The Rookie (2002), and George Junior in George of the Jungle 2 (2003).
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Began his acting career at age 4, appearing in a variety of TV commercials.
- Had a minor part in the 1999 Nick Nolte film Simpatico.
- Landed breakthrough movie role alongside David Arquette in 2001's See Spot Run; led to appearances in several TV series and films, including Dinner With Friends, ER, Audrey's Rain and The Christmas Blessing.
- Considers Chris Farley and Jack Black as role models for his acting career.
- Star-making TV role came in 2003 as Jake Harper in the popular CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men; was reportedly the first child the casting crew had seen and was so well-liked they cast him immediately.
- Netted four Young Artist Award nominations and two wins.
- Named one of the World's Richest Teens in the May 2008 issue of People magazine, reportedly earning $1.2 million a season.