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Video: Kid From 'Two And A Half Men' Resurfaces As A Preacher With A Gross Beard

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Remember Angus T. Jones, the kid from "Two and a Half Men" who found religion and told everyone to not watch his show in a bizarre video? Well, he's back and more bearded than ever.

Jones has resurfaced about a year and some change after that video was posted with a new job as a young evangelist. Jones told KHOU about his new life as a Christian scholar as well as preaching the gospel of the World Harvest Outreach, a Seventh-Day Adventist church in Houston.

Regarding his reason to leave "Two and a Half Men," Jones said that show, "was making light of topic in our world that are really problems for a lot of people," calling himself a "paid hypocrite" for being a part of the program. At least he was paid pretty handsomely, netting $300,000 per episode.

Jones also said that he would only consider going back into acting if it involved "bible-based stories, stuff like that."

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Arguably the most shocking aspect of the interview is the debut of his new, Brony-esque beard. Just look at that thing. Evidently as his religious conviction grows, so does his beard.

Here's the whole KHOU report:

In closing, Mara Wilson, another former child star, shows that there are other ways out of Hollywood besides through the church:

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