Angus T. Jones, 30, Seen in Rare Public Appearance

Angus T. Jones appears to have enjoyed the mild weather as he stepped out in Los Angeles, Calif., this past weekend.

The Two and a Half Men alum was photographed by paparazzi during a rare outing on Saturday, June 29. Jones wore a black t-shirt, a matching black baseball cap, sneakers, light-wash jeans and a pair of aviators as he strolled through a parking lot in photos obtained by People.

Jones portrayed Jake Harper–the son of Jon Cryer’s character, a single dad named Alan Harper–on the Emmy-winning sitcom that spanned 12 seasons and over 260 episodes when it initially aired on CBS from September 2003 until February 2015.

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Though Jones has lived a rather private life since the show wrapped up nearly a decade ago, the now-30-year-old actor did only reunite with his former co-star, Charlie Sheen, last fall and ahead of the series' 20th anniversary since its debut.

Sheen, who played Cryer's brother, Charlie Harper, teamed up with Jones on the MAX original Bookies–which was created by Chuck Lorre (who is also responsible for Two and a Half Men)–for two episodes of the show's first season, one of which paid homage to the original sitcom.

The scene features main character Danny (played by Sebastian Maniscalco) trying to collect a debt from Sheen, only to find him hosting a poker game in a rehab facility. Participating in the poker game is none other than Jones, who is playing himself. The scene is a direct callback to one from the pilot of Two and a Half Men, with the other poker buddies in Bookie being the same actors that appeared in the sitcom in 2003.

Lorre explained to Parade in an exclusive interview, "I had come to a place of being really at ease with the whole backstory of our relationship, so I called Charlie and I said, 'Do you want to do this?' And he was gracious and grateful and excited and totally game to make fun of his persona. He killed it."

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