Jack Nicholson retires
Wednesday 4th September, 2013 on Citizen
Jack Nicholson signing autographs at a ceremony for Dennis Hopper to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Jack Nicholson has reportedly retired from acting. The 76-year-old icon is stepping away from movies after a career spanning five decades, which has seen him appear in many iconic films including ‘The Shining’, ‘Batman’, ‘Easy Rider’ and ‘Chinatown’.
A Hollywood insider told RadarOnline.com: ”Jack has – without fanfare retired. ”There is a simple reason behind his decision, it’s memory loss. Jack’s illustrious career has included three Oscar wins, two for Best Actor in ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ and ‘As Good as It Gets’ and a Best Supporting Actor statuette for his turn in the 1983 film ‘Terms of Endearment’.
Jack has previously singled out his role as ‘The Joker’ in Tim Burton’s 1989 version of ‘Batman’ with Michael Keaton in the lead role as a personal favourite. He said: ”I was particularly proud of my performance as The Joker.
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