Adam Barker handed himself over to authorities in West London this morning after first being arrested in 2003 and jumping bail in 2004 amid Operation Ore, the investigation into child abuse images.
1,200 indecent images of children were allegedly found on his home computer at the time.
The 44-year-old, of no fixed address, has been charged with five offences and will later appear at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court, according to the BBC.
Adam failed to attend the funerals of his famous father, who died of heart failure in 2005, or his mother Joy.
He stood to inherit £2 million following Joy's death last year.
Adam worked as an actor prior to going on the run, appearing in Shakespeare in Love and James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, as well as TV shows Casualty and Monarch of the Glen.