Terminator 3 Star Nick Stahl Reported Missing
Actor Nick Stahl, known for his starring role in Terminator 3, has been reported missing by his estranged wife. INSIDE EDITION reports on the search that includes the seedy Skid Row area of Los Angeles.
He starred in Terminator 3, part of one of the most iconic movie franchises ever. But now, there are fears he could actually be living on Skid Row, after his wife reported him missing.
Nick Stahl played the young man protected by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Claire Danes played his love interest.
Stahl's estranged wife, Roseann, who is fighting him for custody of their 2-year-old daughter, has now filed a missing person's report. She hasn't seen him since May 9. In court papers, Stahl's wife says his income last year was $500,000. She lists his address as: unknown.
She asked for him to take a drug test, and there are reports that 39-year-old Stahl had been spending his days on seedy Skid Row.
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret went to the seedy Los Angeles neighborhood to see if anyone recognized him.
One woman told Moret, "I've seen him. He's a movie star."
A man on the street told Moret, "Yeah, I seen him a couple of days ago...right in here. He looked like he was discombobulated."
In Terminator 3, Stahl delivers a now ironic line: "I live off the grid. No phone, no address. No one and nothing can find me."
His worried wife is hoping he is indeed merely living off the grid, and not something worse.
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