Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis retiring from acting
Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis is retiring from acting ending a storied movie career that includes performances in Lincoln and Gangs of New York.
Day-Lewis, the only man to have won three lead actor Oscars, gave no reason for his decision, calling it private.
"Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working as an actor," his publicist, Leslee Dart, said in a statement on Tuesday. "He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years."
The statement said there would be no further comment.
Day-Lewis, who turned 60 in April, has one more movie in the works - Phantom Thread, which is set in London's 1950s fashion world and is due to be released in December.
Day-Lewis, who was born in Britain and holds dual Anglo-Irish citizenship, won his third lead actor Oscar in 2013 for playing US President Abraham Lincoln in Lincoln.
He previously won Academy Awards for My Left Foot (1989) and There Will Be Blood (2007), and was nominated for Gangs of New York (2002).