Terrence Howard is quitting acting after 'Empire'

Terrence Howard says he's 'done' with acting, wants to bring 'truth to the world'

Terrence Howard says he's 'done' with acting, wants to bring 'truth to the world'

Without hesitation, Howard responded, "Oh, I'm done with acting". Among them are: The Best Man, The Best Man Holiday, Hustle & Flow, The Butler, The Crash, Ray, The Players Club, Idlewild, Big Mamma's House, Dead Presidents, Iron Man and "The Jacksons: An American Dream", and many more.

Howard, 50, did not share why he chose to quit and did not elaborate on what career he plans to pursue instead.

"What do you think will happen with your career?" special correspondent Miss USA Cheslie Kryst asked him.

In a recent interview with Extra, the 50-year-old told the entertainment news source that he is quitting acting once "Empire" ends.

"I'm done with acting", he told "Extra".

However, he shared that his future plans are "not philanthropy", adding, "I'm just focusing on bringing the truth to the world".

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When asked if he would move into philanthropic work, Howard said, "No, not philanthropy".

Terrence didn't elaborate on the "truth" he plans on focusing on next. "I will miss them a great deal, and the crew", he said.

Jussie Smollett previously starred in the Fox drama.

Howard's announcement comes just a few months after he was reportedly being investigated for criminal tax evasion.

The federal government are reportedly looking into possible financial crimes committed by Terrence, Mira Pak - who he divorced in 2015 but got engaged to again in December 2018 - and her company Universal Bridges Inc. I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes.