Jim Carrey hints at retirement, retiring from acting
After the American actor Bruce Willis, who for years embodied the role of the intrepid hero in action films, most notably the "Die Hard" series, shocked his fans by announcing his family's retirement and ending his artistic career due to "health problems", most notably his loss of ability to speak, another famous actor set off a surprise.
Canadian-American comedian Jim Carrey, 60, has announced that he is considering retiring from his decades-long career.
He said in statements to the "Access" program: "I will probably retire... Yes, I am somewhat serious, but this depends on the circumstances."
He also confirmed that he loves his quiet life, and feels that during his long career he has done enough, saying: “I have had enough,” according to what was reported on Friday by Page Six, which deals with celebrity news.
It is noteworthy that the actor’s latest movie, “Sonic the Hedgehog 2,” will be released in cinemas on April 8. And if Carrey is really serious, it could be his last movie.
Jim Carrey's stardom took off in the mid-nineties, after he starred in the movie "The Mask".
His career also featured several successful comedies, including “Dumb & Dumber”, “Ace Ventura”, “Lair Liar” and “The Truman Show”.