Terrence Howard RETIRING From Acting

Terrence Howard says he’s retiring from acting.

Howard announced his decision during a red carpet event for The Best Man: The Final Chapters, which will air on Hulu.

“This is the end for me. I don’t know if it’s the end for the rest of them,” he said. “I mostly retired two years ago. I was ready. … I asked Sidney Poitier 10 years ago if he still wanted to work and he said, ‘Why should I spend my last 10 years spending myself?’ And that’s what I came for.”

Howards received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in 2006 for his role in Hustle & Flow. He first appeared as Jackie Jackson in 1992’s The Jacksons: An American Dream. The actor later starred in several major films including Mr. Holland’s Opus, Dead Presidents, Who’s the Man and Four Brothers.

“I’ve gotten to a point where I’ve done my best as an actor,” Howard added. “Now I enjoy watching other new talent come along and I don’t want to impersonate myself. … Yes, there are some better actors out there who can do things I’ve never been able to do. So I want to applaud them, I want to be excited about what they are doing.”

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