Former actor Alex D. Linz, best known for his role in “Home Alone 3,” has been spotted in a rare public outing since quitting Hollywood decades ago.
The former child star, now 34, opted for a casual look as he stepped out for lunch in Los Angeles Tuesday.
Linz, who appeared alongside Scarlett Johansson in 1997’s “Home Alone 3,” rocked a teal fleece pullover, jeans and a pair of stone-colored Crocs for his outing.
The Santa Barbara, California native sported a beard and curly locks and accessorized with a pair of aviator-style glasses.
He was seen grabbing a burger and soda during his solo outing.
Linz no longer acts and instead works as a legal analyst in California.
He first made his acting debut at age 6 in an episode of the sitcom “Cybill,” starring “Moonlighting” actress Cybill Shepherd and Christine Baranski of “The Gilded Age.”
Linz went on to secure roles in other TV shows, including the hit soap opera “The Young and the Restless” in 1995.
He was then cast as the son of Michelle Pfeiffer’s character in the 1996 film “One Fine Day” — his last acting role before his big break in the “Home Alone” franchise.
Linz replaced Macaulay Culkin’s character for the third installment of the franchise — a decision that was met with some backlash at the time.
In 2001, Linz landed the starring role in Disney’s original film “Max Keeble’s Big Move.”
But he soon decided to leave acting behind, and tried his hand at music by joining a local garage band named The Fez Armada.
Despite being the group’s lead singer, Linz soon left music behind and enrolled in the University of California, Berkeley.
Linz went on to work as a legal analyst — a role he still holds to this day.
Meanwhile, his “Home Alone” predecessor, Culkin, 43, recently received a star on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The actor, who is best known for his role as Kevin McCallister, was joined by Catherine O’Hara, 69, at the ceremony, who famously played his on-screen mom in the films.
“ ‘Home Alone’ was, is and always will be a beloved global sensation,” O’Hara said in her speech. “The reason families all over the world can’t let a year go by without watching and loving ‘Home Alone’ together is because of Macaulay Culkin.”