He was writing checks and then finally just arranged for a “masseuse” to come over every day

This permanent A+/A list mostly movie actor has a differing problem than the aging racist mentioned earlier today. This actor, who is also old, but not nearly as old as the actor earlier was going through staff at a record pace because he was always asking for sexual favors. They would quit and he was writing checks and then finally just arranged for a "masseuse" to come over every day.

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This permanent A+/A list mostly movie actor has a differing problem than the aging racist mentioned earlier today.

This actor, who is also old, but not nearly as old as the actor earlier was going through staff at a record pace because he was always asking for sexual favors.

They would quit and he was writing checks and then finally just arranged for a “masseuse” to come over every day.

Jack Nicholson

Memory Loss Could Be To Blame For Jack Nicholson’s Retirement

He’s one of the greatest actors ever to have walked the Earth, he’s appeared in some of the most celebrated films of all time and yet over the past eight years we’ve heard relatively little from Hollywood legend Jack Nicholson.

2017 brought news that the beloved icon would be coming out of his unofficial retirement to star in a Hollywood remake of German drama/comedy Toni Erdmann, but in the months since there has been precious little news on the project.

Sadly, there’s a reason Jack hasn’t been on our screens nearly enough over the past ten-or-so years which, according to sources close to the actor, is memory loss.

Boasting a staggering 66 films, a record 12 Oscar nominations and three wins (for best actor in 1976’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and 1998’s As Good As It Gets, and for best supporting actor in 1984’s Terms of Endearment), Nicholson’s career leaves most others in the dust. But at 80 years of age, Nicholson’s time in front of the cameras appears to have drawn to a close.

“There is a simple reason behind his decision – it’s memory loss,” a source told Radar in 2013. “Quite frankly, at 76, Jack has memory issues and can no longer remember the lines being asked of him.” – Source