Hollywood star Anthony Hopkins has said he has achieved “the most satisfying and peaceful state of his life”. “I thought I knew everything well,” the 83-year-old British actor told the German newspaper Oxburger Alzheimer’s. Now I feel like I know nothing. It gives me inner peace. “
Hopkins added, “I feel like I’m dying. One day everything will be over. But I hope I have many more years. My work keeps me alive. I love life and enjoy it every day,” he said, even during the lockout.
He continued, “I tried to take full advantage of it. I played, read and drew the piano.”
The Hopkins film “The Father” is scheduled to hit theaters in Germany from January 26. Hopkins won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film last April.
In 1992, Hopkins won his first Academy Award for his portrayal of serial killer Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lamps.
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