EDWARD Furlong has been spotted looking unrecognisable more than two decades after he shot to fame and became one of Hollywood’s hottest pin-ups.
The actor has been pictured at a shopping mall in Los Angeles this week, and he looks a world away from the fresh-faced young man who captured the hearts of fans across the globe.
Edward, now 39, looked tired as he walked around the shops with a female friend.
He wore a T-shirt, which appeared to be inside out, with frayed jeans and he kept his long hair off his face with a pair of Aviator-style sunglasses.
The former movie star carried a plastic carrier bag and appeared preoccupied as he trudged around the mall.
Edward looks completely different to the youthful young man seen on screen in his Hollywood hey day.
He shot to fame playing young John Connor in 1991 blockbuster Terminator 2: Judgment Day, and went on to become one of Tinseltown’s hottest properties.
The actor landed roles in movies such as American Heart, American History X and Detroit Rock City, and cemented his place as a Hollywood heartthrob.
His popularity waned after the 1990s and he has won less lucrative roles in recent years.
Edward also suffered a slew of personal problems including a well-documented battle with drink and drug addiction.
He has also served time in jail following numerous brushes with the law, and has been treated in rehab.
However, he has carried on working in Hollywood and his more recent movie credits include turns in The Green Hornet, Crave and Below Zero.
He also landed a part in sci-fi fan film Star Trek: Renegades which was funded through crowdsourcing.