See how Edward Furlong, the star of “Terminator 2”, has changed. When he was 12 years old, Edward Furlong played a young John Connor opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger. The film turned out to be a huge hit in the 90s, and young Edward Furlong gained millions of fans around the world and big money. In the 90s, he shone. In the twenty-first century, its brilliance has faded. He was addicted to drugs and alcohol. He even went to jail. See what Edward Furlong looks like today.
Edward Furlong did not have a happy childhood. He has never met his father. His relationship with his mother was difficult, so he was taken into care by his aunt. He took his surname from his uncle.
Edward Furlong never dreamed of starring in a movie. Meanwhile, Mali Finn spotted him and invited him to take part in the casting for the sequel to the Terminator film. He captivated producers with his talent and beauty. Thanks to this, he starred in the hit movie of the 90s alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton. He did his part brilliantly. It was appreciated by critics (she was awarded the MTV Award for Best Actress for the first time), and the audience loved it. He began to appear on the covers of glossy magazines. Teenagers fell in love with him. He was even more mad about Japan, where he had a short but intense singing career.
- Pet Sematary II
- The heart of America
- our house
- Little Odessa
- Electronic roulette
- Grass lyre
- Yesterday and today
- prisoner of hate
- light problem
- Detroit Rock City
- “The Boys Are Back in Town” – Thin Lizzy
- “Livin’ on the Edge” – Aerosmith
- “Feeling Without a Name” – Metallica
He became involved with 26-year-old agent Jacqueline Louise Domac, whom he met on the set of “Terminator 2”. They remained together until the late 1990s, and Domac accused him of hitting him.
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