'E.T.' & 'Haunting of Hill House' Actor Henry Thomas Arrested for DUI

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KGW reports the Tualatin Police Department said they received a call about a auto that was not moving.

Thomas is best known for playing Drew Barrymore's big brother in the 1982 movie, and fans will remember Elliot becoming the best friend of the alien and hiding him in his house while E.T. tries to come back home.

The actor was passed out behind the wheel and had to be rousted awake up by the officers, TMZ reported.

After taking a sobriety test, he was arrested and booked in the Washington County Jail on a single count of DUII, according to police and jail records.

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Actor Henry Thomas, known for his role as 10-year-old Elliott in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, has been arrested in OR for drinking under the influence of alcohol. Police did say that his vehicle did not smell of alcohol.

He was released from custody Tuesday morning on his own recognisance, according to a Washington County Jail spokesperson.

Even though the child star blew up to fame after Steven Spielberg's sci-fi classic, Thomas went on to have a pretty successful career in TV and film. "I was a shy kid, and being approached by adults all the time just freaked me out". He played Father Tom Hogan in the horror film Ouija: Origin of Evil and played "Tom" in the Netflix movie "Gerald's Game". He has also appeared in Gangs of NY and Legends of the Fall, and more recently in The Mentalist and CSI.

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