Two & a Half Men actor apologises

Last updated 16:21 28/11/2012
Angus T Jones
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SORRY: Two and a Half Men actor Angus T Jones, 19, has apologised for a series of interviews in which he labels his own show as "filth".

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Teenage actor Angus T Jones of the television comedy Two and a Half Men has apologised for a series of interviews attacking his own show.

In a video posted online by a Christian church, Jones, who plays the half in the hit comedy, said the show was "filth" and urged viewers not to watch it.

Jones issued a statement Tuesday (US time, Wednesday NZ time) saying he was sorry if his remarks reflected indifference to and disrespect of his colleagues and a lack of appreciation of his opportunities.

The 19-year-old star plays the son of actor Jon Cryer in the comedy, which once starred Charlie Sheen before he was kicked off the show for drug use.

A series of interviews with Jones have been posted online detailing his religious awakening and distancing himself from his work.

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