Angus T. Jones
Thousands of fans of “Two and a Half Men” watched Angus T. Jones grow up on screen, as he starred on the show for more than a decade. But instead of aiming for the next big thing on television, the young actor chose to instead continue his studies.
He soon enrolled in college at the University of Colorado at Boulder and, later on, during a 2016 interview with People, kept his fans updated by saying that he was the president of entertainment for Tonite. The events company was founded by Justin, the son of Sean “Diddy” Combs.
Do you remember the 1971 version of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”? Peter Ostrum played the role of Charlie and stole viewers’ hearts when he found the last golden ticket to visit the famed chocolate factory.
Oddly enough, that would be his only role, since he left showbiz shortly after. If you work on a dairy farm in upstate New York, you might have a chance to meet him and possibly ask for an autograph, as that is where he currently works as a veterinarian.