A pale and gaunt looking Edward Furlong sports scruffy facial hair as he takes a stroll in baggy clothes
He was once a promising young actor with Hollywood at his feet, but now Edward Furlong looks like a troubled old man.
The Terminator 2: Judgement Day star looked pale and tired as he walked down the street in Los Angeles, California on Monday.
Furlong, 35, cut a shabby and untidy figure as his baggy and distressed clothes hung from his gaunt body.
Troubled times: Edward Furlong looked scruffy and dishevelled as he walked down the street on Monday in Beverly Hills, California
The American History X actor was sporting some unsightly facial hair as the wind blew his brunette mane backwards away from his face.
Edward was dressed casually in a tight grey T-shirt which he teamed with a baggy black jacket and a pair of bootcut jeans.
His denim jeans dragged across the pavement and were ripped around the hem revealing his black boots.
Time for a shave: The former child star looked scruffy as he sported a beard and very long hair which blew in the wind
In good company: Furlong was joined by a female friend as the pair wandered aimlessly down the street chatting to each other
Furlong was joined by a female friend as the pair wandered aimlessly down the street chatting to each other.
Breakthrough: Furlong found fame in Terminator 2: Judgement Day
The troubled actor was sentenced to six months in jail for violating the terms of his probation last month.
He was sentenced in Los Angeles Superior Court on two separate violations after already having been placed on three years probation in 2010 for violating a civil protective order obtained by his estranged wife Rachael Bella.
According to TMZ her was convicted for using force against his ex-girlfriend Monica Keena, a charge on which he was arrested twice.
And for violating a protective order which banned him from contacting Miss Keena.
It is the latest in a string of troubles for the former child star, as he was thrown back into jail last month for allegedly violating a protective order that banned him from contacting his estranged wife