Former child star and Terminator 3 actor Nick Stahl is MIA. The 32-year-old's wife Rose recently filed a missing person's report with the Los Angeles Police Department earlier this week.
According to People, Stahl was last seen on Wednesday, May 9. The LAPD has confirmed that the actor was reported missing Monday (May 14) morning around 10 a.m.
Officer Rosario Herrera told the magazine, "I can confirm... as of now, he is still missing."
Stahl's wife has insinuated that the actor may have a substance abuse problem. Last February she filed papers asking a judge to limit his contact with their 2-year-old daughter, Marlo.
Rose also requested Stahl be tested for drugs and alcohol 24 hours before any of his supervised visits.
Stahl began his career at an early age landing major roles in films such as 1993's The Man Without a Face opposite Mel Gibson. He worked throughout his youth, with supporting parts in Disturbing Behavior and The Thin Red Line.
But the actor got his big break when he was cast as John Connor in the long-awaited Terminator sequel, Rise of the Machines. He replaced Edward Furlong who originated the role in 1991's Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Stahl also had a leading role in HBO's critically-acclaimed but short-lived drama Carnivale. In 2005, he appeared in Robert Rodriguez's graphic novel adaptation, Sin City. And most recently, he guest-starred on ABC's Body of Proof as Marcel Trevino.
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