HOME Improvement’s Jonathan Taylor Thomas, now 39, looked unrecognizable as he vaped and walked dogs in his first sighting in about eight years.
Jonathan was spotted on camera as he walked his two adorable pet dogs over in Hollywood.
The former child star appeared to be relaxed as he smoked a vape during his stroll.
The Home Improvement star covered his face with sunglasses, wore jeans, and had on a blue baseball cap
Jonathan also had his face mask under his chin.
The ’90s heartthrob starred in the hit ABC sitcom right when the show launched in September 1991.
Home Improvement followed the life of the popular Tool Time host Tim Taylor, played by Tim Allen, 68, and his everyday antics.
Jonathan played the middle child, Randy Taylor, of Tim’s three kids.
During the comedy series, which lasted for about 180 episodes, Jonathan left the popular role about two episodes into the eighth season
The comedy actor is also known for his voicework as Young Simba in The Lion King and as Tyler Tucker in The Wild Thornberrys.
The Home Improvement acter followed up his stint in sitcoms with 8 Simple Rules.
Outside of his Hollywood life and away from the cameras, Jonathan enrolled at Harvard University to study philosophy and history before transferring over to Scotland’s St Andrew’s University.
Jonathan had his own Home Improvement reunion on Tim’s latest Fox show, Last Man Standing.
On Last Man Standing, Tim played Mike Baxter, the marketing director of the Outdoor Man store.
Jonathan guest-starred as the ambitious John Baker, the owner of the restaurant where Mike’s daughter Kristin (Amanda Fuller) worked at.
Back in March, Tim expressed his right-wing views about politics and former President Donald Trump during an interview from WTF with Marc Maron podcast.
Tim said: “Once I realized that the last president pissed people off, I kind of liked that.
“So it was fun to just not say anything. Didn’t join in the lynching crowd.”
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The Santa Clause star had emphasized during the interview that he “literally” does not “preach anything.”
“What I’ve done is just not joined into, as I call it, the ‘we culture,'” he said.
Tim concluded: “I’m not telling anybody else how to live. I don’t like that, ‘We should do this’ or, ‘We should do that.’”