Legendary comedian and actor Steve Martin is hinting at a possible retirement from TV and film roles.
“I’m really not interested in retiring. I’m not. But I would just work a little less. Maybe,” Martin said.
“When this television show is done, I’m not going to seek others,” Martin said of future acting gigs. “I’m not going to seek other movies. I don’t want to do cameos. This is, weirdly, it.”
Martin’s resume features decades of hit films, such as “The Jerk,” “L.A. Story,” “Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” “Cheaper by the Dozen” and “Father of the Bride.” He has professionally played the banjo, frequently hosted “Saturday Night Live,” written books and penned lyrics for Broadway productions.
Over the course of his lengthy career, Martin has also received five Grammy Awards, an Honorary Academy Award, an Emmy Award, Kennedy Center Honors and a Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.