Jim Carrey has an acting path with more than 45 years of experience from his appearances as an impersonator in establishments to his arrival in Hollywood productions.
The Canadian actor stood out in films like ‘The Mask’, ‘Ace Ventura’ and ‘The Truman Show’, among others, will have a new appearance in ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ as the villain, Dr. Robotnik.
The artist, at 60 years old, warned, in the midst of promoting his new film, that his character in this film saga, which plans to give a provisional end to his career.
Jim Carrey, who was ‘The Mask’: how he told retirement from acting in Hollywood
Carrey made that statement during an interview with the Access program, in which he stated his intention at this time: “Well, I’m retiring… probably. I’m serious, yes.” The actor explained his determination.
“I could continue on the road, but I’m taking a break. I really like my quiet life and I really love putting paint on canvas. I really love my spiritual life and I feel like…and this is something you may never hear another celebrity say as long as there is time: I have enough. I have done enough. I am enough,” she assured.
Carrey warned under what conditions he would resume his acting career, which began in Hollywood cinema in 1983 with films like ‘All in Good Taste’ and ‘Copper Mountain’.
“It depends on whether the angels bring some kind of script that’s written in gold ink that tells me it’s really going to be something important for people to see,” he said.
This was the conversation in which the 60-year-old Canadian, who as an actor won a Golden Globe for best actor for ‘The Truman Show’, in 1999, and another in the same category for ‘Man on the Moon’, in 2000 .