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Entertainment Elliott from ET arrested: Actor Henry Thomas held for drink driving

08:15  23 october  2019
08:15  23 october  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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Image: Henry Thomas (L) and as Elliott in ET the Extra Terrestrial (pic: Washington County Jail).

Actor and musician Henry Thomas , who shot to fame in 1982 when he starred in Steven Spielberg's sci-fi blockbuster ET , has been arrested for drink - driving in TMZ reports that Thomas was taken to Washington County Jail on suspicion of intoxication after he showed signs that he had been drinking .

Actor Henry Thomas, best known for his role as Elliott in ET the Extra-Terrestrial, has been arrested for drink driving.

Henry Thomas holding a pair of people posing for the camera: Henry Thomas (L) and as Elliott in ET the Extra Terrestrial (pic: Washington County Jail) © Getty Henry Thomas (L) and as Elliott in ET the Extra Terrestrial (pic: Washington County Jail)

The 48-year-old was held at around 8.30pm on Monday in Oregon after officers received a call from another driver.

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According to the Tualatin Police Department, Thomas's car had stopped in the middle of residential intersection.

US media reports claim officers found the actor passed out behind the wheel of his car and were forced to wake him up.

Thomas shot to fame in 1982 following the release of the Steven Spielberg sci-fi blockbuster.

He won the Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles at the 1983 British Academy Film Awards.

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