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Gerard Depardieu says he ending his film career

"I'm in the process of stopping filming," the Academy Award-nominated actor was quoted as saying in weekly Le Parisien Dimanche. "I'm a guy who's leaving! A guy who's not drunk. For once."

Depardieu, one of France's most prolific actors, was speaking on the set of an upcoming French film and is scheduled to appear in a new installment of the "Asterix" series next year.But he insisted his career will soon be over, the AP reports.

"I have nothing to lose," the 56-year-old star said. "I have done 170 films. I have nothing left to prove. I am not going to hang on like a jerk."

Depardieu was a leading French actor of the 1980s and 1990s with such hits as "Green Card," "Jean de Florette" and "Cyrano de Bergerac," for which he was nominated for an Oscar. A.M.

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