Nick Stahl worked steadily throughout the '90s and seemingly made the difficult transition from child star to adult actor. He established his indie cred with roles in "The Thin Red Line," "In the Bedroom" and "Bully" before headlining "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines," "Sin City" and HBO's "Carnivàle." In 2009, Nick married aspiring singer Rose Murphy, with whom he shares daughter Marlo. In May 2012, he mysteriously went missing -- and his struggles with addiction went public. He checked into rehab but went missing for a second time the following month. Then in December 2012, he was arrested for lewd conduct at an adult theater. In June 2013, he was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold and arrested for crystal meth possession in two separate incidents.