JTT appeared in the 2001 cover of gay and lesbian magazine The Advocate where he was interviewed for an upcoming role in the gay-themed movie Common Ground.
He also continued to provide voices in The Wild Thornberrys (2000) as Tyler Tucker, The Tangerine Bear: Home in Time for Christmas!
It was also in 1990 where he auditioned for the role of Randy Taylor on Home Improvement.
He successfully landed the role thanks to his acting skills, along with looking a lot like his on-screen father-to-be Tim Allen which was a significant advantage over the other auditionees.
As for the future, Thomas has reportedly been shopping around a pilot with former costar Zachery Ty Bryan. Here's Thomas with another of our favorite '90s teen stars: Alright Mr.
and 2016 Jonathan Taylor Thomas is that his style has drastically improved — again, something that has happened to us all (thank goodness). In the latter, which stars his former TV father Tim Allen, Thomas took his cameo as an opportunity to make a few fun inside jokes about Home Improvement.
Jonathan also despised meat and other products that involved animal testing as he believed that hurting them is wrong.
It was also during his youth where his mother brought him along to her work in an organization for underprivileged adults so Jonathan would grow up with the initiative to help other people, and to be thankful for the things he had.
The previous decades saw the rise of younger stars that were blessed with both acting ability and incredible amounts of charm.
Among them was Jonathan Taylor Thomas, or better known as JTT (a nickname Jonathan himself didn’t like).
In a 2013 interview with PEOPLE magazine, JTT addressed his sudden disappearance from the limelight after 2005.
He said he wanted to take time off from acting to study, to relish the feel of being surrounded by books and students, to travel, and to take a break as he was working on his career since the age of eight.
The golden-haired heartthrob was the crush of hundreds of 90’s girls, with his gentle and sweet smile appearing on posters and magazines like BB, Bop, and Tiger Beat.