Actor Daniel Day-Lewis officially announced his retirement
Actor Daniel Day-Lewis officially announced his retirement. In a statement, press Secretary of the British star Leslie Dart first reported by Variety on Tuesday: "Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be in a movie".
The only person who has won 3 of the award "Oscar", recognized 60-year-old actor will appear for the last time on screen in "Phantom Thread", "Phantom thread", which will premiere this year.
"I am very grateful to all my colleagues and viewers who over many years was with me," - said in a statement. "It's a personal decision, and neither he nor his representatives did not give further comment on this issue." No additional reasons for his retirement was not.
Daniel day-Lewis was nominated for an Oscar 5 times and three times he received the award. In 1989, for the film "My left foot" (My Left Foot) in 2007 for the film "Oil" (There Will Be Blood). In 2012 year he also received the "Oscar" for best male role in the film "Lincoln" (Lincoln). He also won two Golden globe awards.
Career, day-Lewis touched the audience, which goes beyond one generation. The young actor began performing mainly in the plays of Shakespeare, before acting in his first film in 1982 in "Gandhi".
In 2014 he was knighted by Duke of Cambridge in the Queen's birthday. Day-Lewis now lives in Ireland with his wife, actress Rebecca Miller, who had worked with him in past movies.