Two & a Half Men actor apologises

Last updated 16:21 28/11/2012
Angus T Jones
REUTERS
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".

Relevant offers

Entertainment

Brian Tamaki sucked in by fake news site Three claim The Project ratings win, TVNZ disagree The Project NZ: A frightening trip into a TV bizarro world Piers Morgan walks away from Royal Television Society Programme Awards hosting role David Cassidy fighting dementia, wants to 'enjoy life' Twelfth Night to be staged on the sixth night of the Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival Dark sites of homophobic history explored in exhibition Review: The Floating Theatre at Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival TV Review: The Lie Detective - Trash television at its worst 'Not enough sex' in Mick Jagger's unpublished memoir

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.

Ad Feedback

- AP

Special offers

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content