It’s not good news for Hopkins’ supporters. The Welsh actor, best known for his part in The Silence of the Lambs, is rumoured to be retiring from acting at 85, effective immediately.

Acting is no longer enjoyable.

He may have said, “As we get older, there are phases of life that we enter, and being an actor just isn’t fun anymore,” claims an unnamed source. “.

According to other sources who did not provide further information, he might enter other creative industries where he excels and is more interested.

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On Twitter, the phrase “Thank You Anthony” briefly became popular. Some admirers might be intrigued as they reflect on their lovely times with him.

Forty-seven years have passed since Anthony Hopkins last used alcohol.

The two-time Oscar winner celebrated by sharing a positive message on Instagram about the value of loving yourself.

Hopkins, 84, said, “I just want to wish everyone a happy new year and say I’m celebrating 47 years of sobriety today.

“I hope this letter is helpful even though it’s not meant to be serious. I’m an alcoholic who is in recovery. This is for you because so many people are struggling. “.

In this day and age of bullying, hatred, and non-compromise, he continued, “Be kind to yourself.

Please show consideration. Avoid developing unhealthy relationships with people who have offended you. Enjoy yourself and your life. Be happy with the life you have. “.

The actor claimed, “I just had to admit one day that something was genuinely wrong with me.

“I didn’t know it was a disease brought on by addiction or alcoholism that affected the mind, body, and spirit. I’m also not an expert in the pharmaceutical industry. I don’t know much. However, I have discovered a life free from bullying. “.

Hopkins remarked, “I want to tell all you young people who are being bullied to take note ā€” you should be proud of yourself.

“Don’t pay them any attention. Never let anyone minimize you. Sometimes in human experience, anxiety and depression coexist. It’s hard to get by. “.

“However, talk to someone if you need assistance with addictions or other issues. Visit a 12-step program or speak with a counselor alongside someone you respect, he suggested.

There are 12-step programs available in every city and nation in the world to help you discover who you are. You’ll live a brand-new, liberated life.

Hopkins went on to say that despite being “an old sinner, like everyone,” and “not a do-gooder,” he has “the best life he could dream. “. “.