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Nick Stahl appears in a still from the 2011 film, The Chameleon. - Provided courtesy of Lleju Productions

Nick Stahl, who was reported missing, reaches out to friends

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05/19/2012 by Olivia Allin

Actor Nick Stahl, who was reported missing earlier in the week, has reportedly reached out to friends on Friday evening to tell them he is okay.

Stahl's wife Rose, who reported the 32-year-old "Terminator 3" actor missing last week told People magazine that he sent an "unemotional and unapologetic email" to friends at 10 p.m. PT on Friday, May 18. The email said he was okay and was planning to enter a 30-day treatment program that evening.

Stahl's rep had no immediate comment.

Rose, 30, did not receive an email herself, but told the entertainment outlet that she was able to logon to the actor's email account and saw the email in his outgoing messages. She said the email did not reveal where Stahl has been since May 9, but she suspected that he was "on Skid Row using drugs."

Just hours before Stahl reached out to friends, Rose told People magazine, "He could have overdosed, that's one thought. And I'm wondering if there will be a body recovered."

The couple, who married in 2009, was dealing with domestic problems prior to the disappearance and Stahl had been living with a friend. In February, Rose filed paperwork requiring Stahl to pass a drug test before seeing their 2-year-old daughter.

A missing persons report was filed on May 14, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to OnTheRedCarpet.com. Officials said Stahl's wife last saw him on May 9.

Stahl's career has spanned more than 20 years, with roles in the films "The Man Without A Face," "The Thin Red Line," "Sin City," "The Chameleon" and "Sleepwalking." He also recently appeared in TV shows, such as "Body of Proof" and "House of Lies."

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