Actor Robert Redford announces plans to retire

He has starred in some of America's most iconic films during the last 60 years.
1:11 | 08/07/18

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Transcript for Actor Robert Redford announces plans to retire
Utley Robert Redford signaling he just like you ready to close one chapter Robert Redford has appeared in more than 45 fields and about the walk in and around my fourth. Ripper began his acting career nearly sixty years ago he once said his favorite movie role was as the Sundance kid. Acting alongside Paul Newman and at the Sundance kid there was the natural. Redford as Roy Hobbs attempt to get baseball come back. What it is most famous roles in All the President's Men. It for playing investigative journalist Bob Woodward but tonight Robert Redford telling Entertainment Weekly he is retiring from acting. Never say never but a pretty well concluded that this would be for me in terms of acting. A move towards retirement after this because have been doing it since I was 21. I thought well that's enough with a new movie coming out the old man and the gun Redford adding white out what was something it's very upbeat and positive. Is tell us behind the camera still would work. An actor who began a twenty won suggesting tonight. It just might be time to end this chapter. So many gifts after starting at 21 he's earned the right. To close at least one chapter I'm David north thanks for watching I have to see it right back here mark good.

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