I'm RETIRING from Acting, Bob Hoskins
Bob Hoskins is going to take retirement from the acting career. Today he stated that he is suffering from Parkinson and going to retire from Hollywood industry.
He is famous for his role in the movies The Long Good Friday (1980), and Mona Lisa (1986). He worked in several movies with several directors and producers. He was also a good director and directed two movies The Raggedy Rawney (1988) and Rainbow (1996).
His best role includes "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" and Smee in "Hook". He is regarded as the legendary English actor. His style of working is unique and he has a huge list of his fans.
He thanks to all of his fans about their support and love. He stated that I am very thankful to my fans for having a wonderful career.
He started his acting career from the year 1960. His first movie was Up the Front in which he played the role of Recruiting Sergeant. He got the big break in the TV series On the Move. He won best actor award for International Emmys.
He won various critics awards for his role in the The Long Good Friday (1980) and Mona Lisa (1986).
He is suffering from the Parkinson's disease beginning of the last year and finally he stated that he is going to retire from his acting career.