The Golden Globe Award winner actor Johnny Depp during an interview with the BBC to promote the U.K release of The Lone Ranger, has revealed that he may retire from his career of acting soon. Multi faceted Johnny Depp is one of the most celebrated American actors and he has been a nominee for many top awards including the Oscar Award.
Depp told in a BBC Breakfast interview that “I wouldn’t say that I’m dropping out any second, but I would say that’s probably not too far away.” Depp who played the role of Tonto in his recent movie ‘The Lone Ranger’ stated “At a certain point, you start thinking, and when you add up the amount of dialogues that you say per year, for example, you realize that you’ve said written the words more than you’ve actually had a chance to say your own words.”
Depp began his career with a television series 21 Jump street as a Teen Idol and has achieved box office success for many films such as Sleepy Hollow (1999), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), Alice in Wonderland (2010), Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) and many more. He is the recipient of the Golden Globe Award for the movie Sweeney Todd : The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and a Rembrandt Award for Alice in Wonderland.
This highest paid actor according to the 2012 Guinness World Book of Records has few future projects such as Transcend, Into the Woods, Pirates of the Caribbean 5 and has recently signed to play the title role in David Koepp’s Mortdecai, which is an adaptation of comedic Crime Novel – The Great Mortdecai Moustache Mystery.