Macaulay Culkin's Gaunt Photo

ET10 February 2012





Macaulay Culkin stepped out in New York yesterday looking extremely thin and scruffy in exclusive photos obtained by ET that are likely to spark concern for the actor's health. Thankfully Culkin's rep tells ET, "Macaulay Culkin is in perfectly good health."

Culkin, 31, also posed for a photo with a fan on the street and can be seen holding a can of Red Bull.

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The star rose to fame playing the adorable eight-year-old child Kevin McCallister in the hugely successful 'Home Alone' films. But his career as a child star later became overshadowed by a highly-publicized dispute with his parents, whom he sued amid allegations that they had mishandled his fortune.
Culkin is rumoured to be starring in the British film Service Man -- described as an uplifting military action flick -- set for release in 2013.

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