Actor Nick Stahl has reportedly been found once again after having gone missing twice this year.
The Terminator 3 star has entered treatment for the second time this year, appearing to end a three-month long tale of addiction, disappearance and confusion, according to published reports.
The 32-year-old was first reported missing by his wife, Rose, in May. He reappeared later that month and then, after a brief stint in rehab, went missing again in June. Not long after his second disappearance, Rose called off her search for him.
Rose told People magazine in May that Stahl was going through the worst addiction cycle of his life. He had turned down acting roles for months and lived apart from his wife and 2-year-old daughter since February. Still, she wrote in an email, “I gotta lotta hope … How dark it is before the dawn.”
TMZ reported that Stahl is attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and is in contact with his family. The celebrity news website also reported on a new picture that Rose had posted on Twitter of a smiling Stahl and herself.
Stahl, who is mostly known for taking on independent films, received major mainstream attention for his role as John Connor in 2003’s Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Since then, Stahl has done a handful of film and TV projects.
He played the heavily made-up role of Roark Jr. / Yellow Bastard in 2005’s Sin City. Recently, Stahl has appeared in a handful of indie films and TV shows such as NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Showtime’s House of Lies and ABC’s Body of Proof.
Stahl’s breakthrough role came in 1993 in The Man Without a Face in which he starred alongside Mel Gibson, who hand-selected a Stahl for the role.