London: Even at the age of 87, legendary actor Christopher Plummer loves his profession and says he will “never retire”.
“I love my work. I love what I do. And I’m so sorry for a majority of people who do not like their jobs, and can’t wait to retire, which of course, is death. I’ll never retire,” the ‘Beginners’ star confessed as reported by pagesix.com.
The actor even hopes to “drop dead onstage”.
Plummer, who plays Ebenezer Scrooge in the film, recently toured a Charles Dickens exhibit at the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York. Plummer admits that Dickens, especially “A Christmas Carol,” was a big part of his upbringing.
On work front, Plummer has also begun shooting scenes for the upcoming Ridley Scott film ‘All the Money in the World,’ replacing Kevin Spacey as billionaire J. Paul Getty.
Spacey was ousted from the movie in the wake of a series of sexual misconduct allegations.
Crediting his wife for his sound health, the actor said he has a very good chef as a wife and she knows how to cook wonderfully balanced food. She is a real artist at it, and that’s one good reason.
He has five movies scheduled for release, including “A Christmas Carol” origin story called ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’ and he plans to work until the very end, literally. (ANI)