In a November 2012 interview with the Seventh-day Adventist-sponsored Forerunner Chronicles religious testimonial, Angus drew controversy when he referred toTwo and a Half Menas "filth" and urged people to stop watching the hit sitcom. He has since apologized for his comments.
At $250,000 per Two and a Half Men episode, Angus has been named as the richest child actor on television by the New York Post.
Angus was honored as the Rising Star of 2009 at the Big Brothers Big Sisters Rising Star Gala in late October 2009. The award was presented to him by his Two and a Half Men co-star Jon Cryer.
Angus shares his birthday with such celebrities as Sigourney Weaver, Matt Damon, and Chevy Chase. He also shares his full birth date with Castle actress Molly C. Quinn.
Unlike his Two and a Half Men character, Angus is actually a straight-A student and very serious about his studies. His co-stars on the show have commented on how smart he is and how hard he works at his schooling in-between filming.
In July 2008, along with stars such as the Jonas Brothers and Miranda Cosgrove, Angus served as an ambassador for Target Presents Variety's Power of Youth event and has visited the children at St. Jude Children's Hospital.
In April 2008, People Magazine reported that Angus was earning roughly $1.2 million per season of Two and a Half Men.
Angus has been nominated for 4 Young Artist awards. Once each for See Spot Run and The Rookie and twice for his role in Two and a Half Men for which he won the award.
Angus lists Chris Farley and Jack Black as role models for his acting career.
Angus has appeared in commercials for Volkswagen, Kraft Macaroni & cheese and Home Depot
Angus was the first child that the casting crew saw for the role of Jake on Two and a Half Men, and they liked him so much, they cast him immediately. Angus found out he had the job just as he was leaving the audition. "It was great not having to have the anticipation of a phone call," he has said.
He became good friends with David Arquette while on the set of the movie See Spot Run.
He appeared at the Kids Night at the Dream Center L.A with the cast of Annie to help Hurricane Katrina Orphans.
He has appeared on an advertising campaign for City Cosmetics.
He is good friends with actor Ray Romano and has appeared with him on stage in many awards ceremonies such as The Annual Peoples Choice Awards.
He is a big fan of classic Ugg boots.
He announced the award for Best TV Show at The 8th Annual Family Television Awards in 2006.
He appeared in the French movie Simpatico, and the movie George of the Jungle II.
He appears on the opening titles of the American Big Brother since Season 2.
He appeared as himself on the Super Short Show in 2003.
He has a baby brother.
His cousin, Christopher Masterson, appeared in the hit comedy Malcolm in the Middle.
He has appeared on five CBS TV shows, far more than any other network.
He currently lives in Los Angeles.
He has a pet dog, cat and bird.
His cousin Daniel Masterson had a long role on the hit comedy That '70s Show.
He began his career at age 4 doing television commercials.
Angus was in the movie The Rookie in 2002.
He landed his first lead role at age 6 in a feature film in See Spot Run.
Angus T. Jones: (about "Two and a Half Men") I feel really lucky to be on the show every episode and get a lot of really funny lines. What's not to like? I'm learning a lot about comedy, and everyone is just hilarious. Sometimes the hardest thing for me is not to laugh.
Jon Cryer: (on Angus) He's a very instinctive actor - and I think he's enjoying just being a part of the learning. In the first season, he wasn't even sure he wanted to be an actor when he grew up, and I think he's sort of come around to feeling like that's what he wants to do. And I attribute that to his admiration of me!
Charlie Sheen: (on Angus) He's more like a younger brother. He's so smart, He's so well-adjusted and focused, and he reminds us that we need to enjoy this. He's a real special kid. There's nothing Hollywood or affected about him. He has a regular life away from here - regular friends, a regular school and regular interests - and I think he just sees this as a job - a very unique job. We have a lot of fun.
Angus T. Jones: (About Jake's relationship with Charlie in Two and a Half Men) He likes him a lot, he does stuff for him. He buys Jake a lot of foods that I want and wouldn't usually get.
Angus T. Jones: (About Jake's relationship with his dad in Two and a Half Men) Yeah I think his dads going to get a lot cooler, hes going to get a little bit more like Uncle Charlie and Jakes going to start liking him a lot.
Angus T. Jones: (About Charlie Sheen and his character Charlie in Two and a Half Men) Charlie is cooler than his dad and I think he likes him a little bit better than his dad and yeah, cause his dads a little bit paranoid and stuff.
Angus T. Jones: (About his character Jake in Two and a Half Men) He has moved into his Uncle Charlie's house and he is teaching him a lot of new stuff like different words and stuff and like getting him a lot of treats he wasn't allowed to have with his mum.