The family-drama actor Stephen Collins has been dropped by his Beverly Hills-based talent agency, after last week’s child molestation allegations.
A representative for Agency of the Performing Arts, who has represented Collins for the past five years, gave a statement which said: “We have cut ties with Mr. Collins.”
This news come less than a week after the actor, who is best known for his role as Reverend Eric Camden on “7th Heaven,” allegedly confessed to molesting young girls on multiple occasions.
The 67-year-old actor is heard recalling past incidents on an audio-tape, with a therapist and his ex, actress Faye Grant. Collins and Grant are in the middle of a divorce.
Since the allegations surfaced, Collins will no longer appear in the upcoming sequel to the hit 2012 comedy “Ted.”
Although Collins did not appear in the first flick, he had a small role in “Ted 2” but his part has since been cut.
He was also supposed to appear in the current season of “Scandal,” but his scenes will no longer air on the drama series. Additionally, all “7th Heaven” reruns have been pulled from some networks.
Collins also resigned from his position on the National Board of the Screen Actors Guild.
Collins’ work also includes roles in “Revolution,” “Devious Maids” and “Private Practice.”