‘Terminator 3’ actor Nick Stahl reported missing

'Terminator 3' actor Nick Stahl reported missing

07:26 AM ET

Actor Nick Stahl, who played John Connor in “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines,” has been reported missing by his wife, who told police she has not seen him since May 9, according to news reports from Los Angeles.

Los Angeles police spokesman Richard French told the Los Angeles Times that Rose Murphy reported her husband missing on Monday morning.

Police said Stahl had been frequenting LA’s skid row and officers on that beat had been told to be on the alert for Stahl, according to the LA Times report.

“We are tracking down a few leads and using internal sources with information we have to see if we can quickly locate him,” said Detective Carmine S. Sasso, according to a report from PEOPLE.

Police said foul play is not suspected, according to the Times report.

“Of the 14,000 missing persons cases I’ve handled over the past four years, there’s a very good percentage of those involving drug issues and a separation from families. The vast majority of them have been successfully solved. Hopefully this one will be too,” PEOPLE quotes Sasso as saying.

Stahl, 32, began acting as a child but got his first big break in the 1993 Mel Gibson film “Man Without a Face,” according to IMDB.com.

– I really enjoyed him in the HBO series Carnivale.

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