Megan Fox quickly rose to A-list stardom in the 2000s, but Two and a Half Men fans actually knew her before most — as "Prudence," the granddaughter of "Berta" (Conchata Ferrell) in season 1.

"Prudence" only appeared in one episode, but she did leave an impression. Fox, who was 17 when the episode aired in 2004, played 16-year-old "Prudence," whose attractiveness causes problems in the "Harper" household. By the end of the episode, she reveals plans to elope with her boyfriend, but her mother and "Berta" catch wind of the plot and prevent it.

Two and a Half Men: Actress Megan Fox played "Prudence"

Not too long after her Two and a Half Men appearance, Fox began to land blockbuster movie roles and become a household name. Among her breakthrough performances were in Transformers and the 2009 horror film Jennifer's Body.

More recently, the actress starred in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise and played a recurring role on the sitcom New Girl as "Reagan Lucas" in 2016-17. Let's take a look at what Megan Fox has on the go in 2021.

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Fox, who's now 35 years old, has plenty of movies in the works and appeared in several 2021 projects. Recently, she starred in family film Think Like a Dog, and she headlined the action film Rogue, which had a digital release in August 2020.

What's more, Fox is already signed on for upcoming titles including Big Gold Brick, Naya Legend of the Golden Dolphins, and Midnight in the Switchgrass.

Otherwise, the actress has been in the news in 2020 for separating from her husband of nearly a decade, Brian Austin Green. Shortly after, she and rapper Machine Gun Kelly confirmed their relationship. Fox also shares three children with Green.

For Megan Fox, "Prudence" on Two and a Half Men may now long be in the rearview mirror, but fans still remember some of her earliest roles to this day. Watch for Fox in Rogue, Machine Gun Kelly music videos such as "Bloody Valentine" and more moving forward.