Legendary actor Anthony Hopkins on the last day of the year – December 31 will be 82, but he even thought to go into retirement.He was not just a movie, but also writes music.
The star of “Silence of the lambs” shared his secret of how he manages to maintain the activity of the brain. This writes hyser.
The legendary actor, who deservedly received his Oscar flatly refuses to send your brain into retirement. In a recent interview he confessed that he was still hard to sit still. It helps to keep the brain in the right tone.
Incredibly, the actor is still in demand and in films. In 2019, he played Pope Benedict XVI in the Netflix film “Two daddies”.
Hopkins admits that a workaholic – he plays, draws, writes music and reads a lot. This is the secret of youth it mozk – work till you drop. You need to work through, says the actor.
Also a film icon admits that his wife, which by the way was 63 years, Stella Arroyave not allow him to relax, not give him respite and tight. “keeps him in check.”
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If Anthony spends in the Studio drawing a very long time, only Stella can make him stop.
Note that Hopkins and Arroyave signed in 2003, and now his wife is making a documentary about her legendary husband.
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