Macaulay Culkin was recently spotted in Paris' Orly Airport with a mystery girlfriend and looking substantially healthier than he had a year ago when his gaunt appearances prompted some in the media to suggest he had become a drug addict.
Though the identity of the apparent new love interest was not revealed, the mystery brunette seemed to bear a striking resemblance to actress Mila Kunis, whom the 33-year-old Culkin had ended a six-year relationship with in 2011.
Culkin is most known for his childhood roles in Christmas films such as "Home Alone" and its sequel.
"It was a simple gesture but very touching," an eyewitness told US Magazine
. "It suggests they must be very much in love."
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"Macaulay was looking great – nothing like the disheveled character we've seen in recent years," the onlooker added. "He's clearly got his act together."
Aside from voiceover work on the animated TV series "Robot Chicken" in 2010 and appearing in five episodes of NBC's TV show "Kings" in 2009, Culkin has not been very active in Hollywood in recent years, with his last feature film being the 2007 comedy "Sex and Breakfast."
Similarly, whereas many young celebrities grasp at the spotlight, the actor has largely removed himself from it in recent years, except for the occasional photo, the most damaging of which surfaced last August showing an emaciated, disheveled Culkin who the Daily Mail reported had become "hooked on heroin,"
according to sources.
In addition to his recent Orly Airport stroll with his apparent new flame, Culkin made an appearance at last month's Comic-Con
in New York City, which is an annual convention dedicated to comic, anime, and video game fans.
Culkin appeared on the stage with Seth Green, Breckin Meyer and Matthew Senreich of "Robot Chicken." Aside from his sporting pink, fuzzy animal ears, Culkin appeared considerably healthier than he had in photos from 2012.
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