Peter O’Toole is retiring.
From a 1963 Gay Talese profile: “Oh, look at that ass. That ass is covered with tweed made in Connemara, where I was born. … Nicest asses in the world, Ireland. Irish women still are carrying water on their heads and carrying their husbands home from pubs, and such things are the greatest posture builders in the world.”
From a 1978 Henry Allen profile: “We heralded the ’60s. Me, Burton, Richard Harris; we did in public what everyone else did in private then, and does for show now. We drank in public, we knew about pot. The mores have changed since then. Oh, the mores have changed.”
From a 2007 interview with Jon Stewart: “It’s gotten a bit glum, hasn’t it? … I’m a very lucky man. I love my work. And I have to work for a living. And the longer I live, the more I have to work.”

Peter O’Toole is retiring.

From a 1963 Gay Talese profile: “Oh, look at that ass. That ass is covered with tweed made in Connemara, where I was born. … Nicest asses in the world, Ireland. Irish women still are carrying water on their heads and carrying their husbands home from pubs, and such things are the greatest posture builders in the world.”

From a 1978 Henry Allen profile: “We heralded the ’60s. Me, Burton, Richard Harris; we did in public what everyone else did in private then, and does for show now. We drank in public, we knew about pot. The mores have changed since then. Oh, the mores have changed.”

From a 2007 interview with Jon Stewart“It’s gotten a bit glum, hasn’t it? … I’m a very lucky man. I love my work. And I have to work for a living. And the longer I live, the more I have to work.”