Terrence Howard of 'Empire' is done with acting

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

"Oh, I'm done with acting".

In an interview with Additional on the set of the Fox drama, Howard informed correspondent and present Miss USA Cheslie Kryst that he's "finished with appearing" after "Empire" wraps manufacturing.

Sitting with Extra, Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard detail how his void is impacting the series. "I'm done pretending", he said.

Nonetheless, the actor, whose credits include a number of hit films like The Best Man, The Butler, Hustle & Flow, says he'll miss his Empire costars when the show ends.

Terrence didn't elaborate on the "truth" he plans on focusing on next. She had asked the fiery and intense actor what projects he will pursue once "Empire" completes its upcoming sixth and final season.

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When requested whether or not he would as an alternative give attention to philanthropic efforts, he replied, "No, not philanthropy; I'm simply specializing in bringing reality to the world".

"I love the cast members", he told Kryst.

Jussie Smollett previously starred in the Fox drama.

He said that he'll miss the cast of "Empire" and the crew.

The news of his supposed retirement coincides with Howard's recent legal troubles, as his finances are reportedly being investigated by the federal government over unpaid taxes. I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes.

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