“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” actor Nick Stahl has been reported missing.
The 32 year-old was last seen May 9 and Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to People that his wife Roseann reported him missing Monday morning.
The actor first came to prominence as a child actor in 1993 thanks to his performance in the film “The Man Without a Face,” which starred Mel Gibson. Stahl became famous as an adult when he replaced actor Edward Furlong to co-star with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 2003 continuation of the “Terminator” franchise. He went on to star in the HBO drama series “Carnivale” from 2003 to 2005, and has since appeared in the film “Sin City” and on television in “Body of Proof.”
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Back in February, Roseann Stahl filed court papers stating the couple had been separated since January. The papers also reportedly requested that a judge limit his visitations with their 2-year-old daughter, Marlo, to eight supervised hours per week, and that Stahl must pass a drug and alcohol test in the previous 24 hours before those visitations took place.
In that same month the actor spent a night in jail following an arrest for his inability to pay a Hollywood cab driver an $84 fare. Stahl pleaded no contest to defrauding the driver and had his $50 fine suspended in lieu of his jail time.